To meet the needs of the Amman region, the Jordanian Ministry of Water and Irrigation decided to commission a new wastewater treatment plant.
As part of a 25-year public-private partnership, SUEZ designed and built a high-capacity plant at As Samra, which can produce its own energy using biogas from sludge digestion and electricity from hydroelectric turbines.
4,000 farms in the region use water recycled by the As Samra plant
300,000 tonnes of CO saved each year through the production of renewable energies
13.7 MWh of renewable energy from biogas and hydroelectric turbines supply 80% of the plant s energy needs every year through the production of renewable energies
Amman, Jordan delivering high-quality treated water for agriculture and renewal energy solutions
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