KEO International Consultants' history in the treatment of sewage in the GCC, is long and successful. Examples include the provision of treatment facilities for future tourist areas as well as addressing the population growth across the region.
KEO's vision is to deliver cost effective and sustainable infrastructure solutions to meet its clients' ever changing needs and expectations. With respect to sewage, safe treatment is critical and viewed as a priority for the continued health of our communities.
KEO is committed to implementing the most innovative technology in the most cost effective and appropriate way, to ensure this goal is realized. Expansion of the Ardiya Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP) in Kuwait, increased its capacity from 200,000 m3, to 250,000 m3 per day in order to meet the growing demands of the area.
The redesign of Jahra WWTP in Kuwait also successfully increased the plant's capacity from 60,000 m3 to 140,000 m3 per day. In Qatar, design of the plant and associated works at Mesaieed, provided 3 raw sewage pumping stations, trunk sewers, and rising mains to service the entire Mesaieed Industrial City.
On the Palm Jumeirah in Dubai, KEO was involved in the design of a plant to polish the TSE from an existing STP and provide 15,000 m3/day district cooling make up water for the Palm Jumeirah Trunk's cooling units.
KEO's pursuit for excellence in sewage treatment continues, and the firm's environmental and wastewater specialists are looking forward to establishing partnerships with new and past clients for many years to come.