Saidia And Its Tourist Resort Liquid Waste: A New Royal Impetus To Sustainable Human Development
By inaugurating, Monday in the rural commune of Laâtamna (Province of Berkane), the liquid waste project for the city of Saidia and its tourist resort, HM King Mohammed VI gives fresh impetus to sustainable human development.
The project, which has a strong environmental impact, will contribute to protecting the health of citizens, preserving the environment and promoting socio-economic development of the city.
The 410 million dirham project consisted of building a sewage treatment plant -inaugurated by the Sovereign- with a capacity of 20,400 m3 per day, meeting the needs of the population of the city of Saidia and its Tourist Station.
It also consisted of installing 96 kilometres of pipes for sewage collection and seven kilometres for rainwater collection, transferring wastewater from the city of Saidia and its resort to the treatment plant, and building five pumping stations and 4,500 individual connections.
Works to upgrade the liquid waste network of the Saidia resort were also undertaken by the Société de Développement de la Station Touristique de Saidia which renewed 13 kilometres of pipelines.