Qatar gas completes waste water treatment plant

At one of its Liquefied Natural Gas plants, Qatargas has recently completed the works of a Waste Water Treatment Plant using Membrane Bio-Reactor (MBR) Technology. The facility is set up at the Qatargas 1 (QG 1) plant with a capacity to treat nearly 1300 cubic meters of waste water per day.
The project was designed as a response to an internally identified gap in the QG1 process wastewater treatment facility in order to treat waste water and get irrigation grade water that could be reused in line with the State of Qatar’s Ministry of Municipality And Environment (MoME) regulations.Sheikh Khalid Bin Abdulla Al-Thani, Qatargas Chief Operating Officer – Engineering & Ventures, said:“This is a very important accomplishment for Qatargas as we have set a precedent in the LNG industry in the region to reuse waste water at the Qatargas 1 plant. This project is a clear manifestation of our commitment to environmental conservation and is part of the huge investments we have made in the recent past to minimize our environmental footprint, in line with the values spelled out in the Qatargas Direction Statement. I congratulate all those who worked on the planning, design and construction phases of this project and those who contributed to its successful operation.”

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