SEAAL Ensures Sustainable Water Supply in Algiers and Tipaza During Ramadan 2024

SEAAL successfully ensured sustainable water supply for Algiers and Tipaza during Ramadan 2024, meeting increased demand through efficient management and infrastructure maintenance.

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SEAAL Ensures Sustainable Water Supply in Algiers and Tipaza During Ramadan 2024

SEAAL Ensures Sustainable Water Supply in Algiers and Tipaza During Ramadan 2024

The Algiers and Tipaza Water and Sanitation Company (SEAAL) has successfully ensured a sustainable water supply during the holy month of Ramadan in 2024 for the wilayas of Algiers and Tipasa. Despite the increased water demand during this period, SEAAL managed to produce nearly 31 million cubic meters of drinking water, with an average production rate of 865,000 cubic meters per day for Algiers and 176,000 cubic meters per day for Tipasa.

SEAAL maintained its distribution program throughout Ramadan, supplying water to 60% of Algiers municipalities daily and increasing to 80% in the days leading up to and during Eid al-Fitr. The company's operational teams conducted continuous monitoring of water supply schedules, pressure, and flow tests, and carried out various operational activities, such as developing artesian wells, repairing major water transfer systems, and fixing water leaks.

Why this matters: The successful management of water supply during Ramadan is essential for the well-being of the population in Algiers and Tipaza, especially considering the increased demand during this period. SEAAL's efforts demonstrate the importance of efficient water management and infrastructure maintenance in ensuring a sustainable and reliable water supply for the community.

To ensure water quality and compliance with standards, SEAAL conducted over 19,000 physicochemical and 4,400 bacteriological analyses. The company also emphasized its commitment to customer responsiveness and addressed acts of vandalism affecting artesian wells during the previous Ramadan.

SEAAL's Director General, Brice Cabibel, stated, "SEAAL has mobilized all its resources to ensure the distribution of water in sufficient quantity and quality during this month of Ramadan." The company's efforts have been vital in meeting the increased water demand and maintaining a sustainable supply for the residents of Algiers and Tipaza during this important religious period.

Key Takeaways

  • SEAAL ensured sustainable water supply for Algiers and Tipaza during Ramadan 2024.
  • SEAAL produced 31 million cubic meters of drinking water, meeting increased demand.
  • SEAAL conducted continuous monitoring and operational activities to maintain water supply.
  • SEAAL conducted over 19,000 analyses to ensure water quality and compliance.
  • SEAAL's efforts were vital in meeting increased water demand during Ramadan.