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Minister of Housing: The start of handing over Beit Al Watan plots of land, “Phase Eight,” to workers abroad in Obour City


Dr. Assem Al-Gazzar, Minister of Housing, Utilities and Urban Communities, confirmed that the Obour City Development Authority will begin today, Sunday, 10/22/2023, to hand over Beit Al-Watan plots of land in Area A in the Eighth District and Area 5 in the Fifth District, which are allocated to workers abroad in the eighth phase of the Beit Al-Watan project in the city. On specific dates.

In the same context, Dr. Assem Al-Jazzar followed up on the proactive measures taken by the Obour City Authority to prepare for the winter, with regard to the readiness of the city’s sewage system, the technical condition of the treatment plant, sewage risers and their components, and the rainwater drainage network in preparation for dealing with excess amounts of water, and other measures. This is within the framework of the state’s directives and interest in preserving real estate wealth and public and private facilities.

Engineer Ahmed Rashad, head of the Obour City Development Authority, explained that 18 plots of land will be delivered in District 5 in the Fifth District, today, Sunday, 10/22/2023, and plots 76: 88, in Area No. A in the Eighth District, on Monday, 10/23/2023. Wednesday and Thursday, 10/25 and 26/2023, were allocated for those who failed to receive the documents on the previous dates, noting that all documents are being brought to those who failed to receive them.

Engineer Ahmed Rashad explained that he and Engineer Alaa Hammad, deputy head of the agency and directors of drainage, operation and maintenance stations, inspected the city’s sewage cranes, to ensure preparations to confront possible weather fluctuations during the winter, as well as the rapid deployment of personnel and equipment, regular maintenance of sewage cranes and the provision of power sources. Electrical equipment is necessary to ensure regular operation in the event of heavy rains, to reduce the resulting damage to the main axes, tunnels and city neighbourhoods.

The head of the agency’s tour included the city’s sanitation system, which includes 5 levers: (Sewage Lifter 1 in the Al-Shabab District – Sanitation Lifter 4 in Industrial City A – Sanitation Lifter 6 in the Sixth District – Sanitation Lifter 7 in the First Industrial Area, Northern Extension – Sanitation Lifter next to Dar Misr Phase The second is in the Ninth District, with a capacity of (25 thousand m3/day).

Engineer Ahmed Rashad stressed the necessity of performing the necessary periodic maintenance for the cranes and pumps for the cranes, as well as emphasizing the readiness of the city’s sewerage cranes, and always ensuring that the entry level is maintained to the lowest level to accommodate the amounts of rain expected to fall, as well as the readiness of backup generators, preserving the strategic stock of diesel, and performing periodic maintenance. Emergency services are provided immediately for all pumps, motors, and the rest of the components of the stations and cranes. It has also been confirmed that the three tunnel pumps in the city are ready and operating during rainfall (the main tunnel – the Sixth District tunnel – the Seventh District tunnel) to protect the tunnels in the city from drowning in the event of a power outage, as Each tunnel has two pumps and a generator, and to protect all roads, axes, and neighborhoods in the city, the drainage line networks are periodically cleansed, in addition to the construction and introduction of auxiliary rain drains during the ongoing development operations in the city.

The head of the Obour City Authority also confirmed that there is in the city all the necessary equipment to confront rainfall, and periodic maintenance is carried out on it, and periodic queuing is carried out to ensure its efficiency, indicating that this comes within the framework of the agency’s endeavor to raise the efficiency of the city’s system for confronting rainwater and drainage, as it includes The system includes the following equipment: (fountain hood – integrated hood – rams – sweeping vehicles – torrential equipment – emergency vehicles – loaders – excavators – kabota machines).

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