National Water Works Company (NWWC) as a closed joint company always believes in its responsibility toward Saudi Arabia and its economic & social role obtained from its first name as National, to participate in achieve Saudi Vision 2030 and sets its strategic plan accordingly. Saudi Vision 2030 is built around three themes: a vibrant society, a thriving economy and an ambitious nation.
NWWC Believes that these themes are integrated and consistent with each other in order to achieve the company’s objectives and maximize its share of this vision achievement. So far NWWC started its transforming program by recruiting the young Saudi talents to give them a chance to get experience in professional environment, to meet experts in the pumping field, and to prepare them to be leaders this field by working with pioneer companies in the water pump industry, and to establish new relationships with Saudi universities and participate in the recruitment exhibitions all over the Kingdom, to reflect the National Side of NWWC in front of its customers and vendors as well.
The company wants also to plant a seed for new generation of national talents in the water sector. NWWC has also been working to roll up its leadership in water pumping field to the industrial sector by strength our relationship with major entities in industrial sector such as Aramco, Sabic, SWCC, etc. During the year 2018, NWWC got approvals as vendor & contractor from giant organizations in the industrial sector and its sales team achieved regular visits to these firms, to present the company and introduce its products to customer by arranging seminars for its partners. working on these above points can’t convert NWWC from their social responsibility to maintain clean environment for the future generations to live healthy in healthy environment and conserve the resources by bring new technologies which can depend on renewable energy sources such as solar, wind, etc,.
According to Market Research Report, the Middle East & Africa is also witnessing significant growth over the forecast period. The shift in trend towards reducing dependency on importing fossil fuels in the form of diesel and butane for their primary need for energy to generate electricity for agriculture and drinking water. NWWC established a Water System Division in 2017, as a specialized division to treat wastewater and RO.
This water systems can assist in providing reliable wastewater treatment systems which can be offered as much public health and environmental protection as centralized treatment systems. Like centralized treatment, decentralized treatment systems are properly designed and constructed and well maintained. More than ever, these systems typically include good monitoring and backup that help prevent adverse discharges.
The modern decentralized treatment system is as reliable as other wastewater treatment alternatives, and it is also a cost-effective and sustainable method of treatment for communities. This Water System Division is strengthened by achieving a partnership with SEEPEX Germany, which considered as a worldwide specialist in pump technology. With progressive cavity pumps, macerators and control systems can be used wherever low to highly viscous, aggressive or abrasive media must be conveyed at low pulsation rates – Simply SEEPEX keep everything flowing. Customers choose it because it offers excellent, reliable and cost-efficient solutions