Almar Water Solutions, a world leader in the development of non-conventional water solutions, this week sponsored the international water reuse and recycling conference, organized by the International Desalination Association (IDA) in Rome, Italy. The event was held under the slogan “make every drop count” and was attended by public and private entities, technologists, engineering and construction professionals, together with non-governmental organizations and experts from the water industry.
As part of our Showcase Series of interviews with the people involved in the US$ 600 million Shuqaiq 3 Independent Water Project (IWP), we return to the Saudi Arabian construction site to talk to Luis Morales, Technical Director at the plant.
With construction well underway, the latest video offers an exclusive insight into how one of the largest desalination plants in the world is being realized, and the sheer scale of operations across the 111,000 square meter site – the equivalent of more than 15 soccer fields – which is currently employing more than 2,200 workers.
Almar Water Solutions, a leading company in the development of water infrastructure and part of Abdul Latif Jameel Energy, has acquired a 50% stake in the Chilean company Aguas y Riles S.A. The goal of this acquisition is to enable both companies to grow hand-in-hand by sharing expertise, equipment, experience, and technology in the water sector.
On 10 and 11 May, Almar Water Solutions played the leading role in the international water seminars of the international business hub between Europe and Latin America, organized by Madrid Platform. The CEO and several of the company’s directors moderated the sessions and participated in the debates, providing experience and knowledge of the water markets in both regions.
Almar Water Solutions marked the second anniversary of the acquisition of the Muharraq waterwater treatment plant, located in Muharraq, Bahrain. This acquisition was a significant milestone for Almar in its portfolio of wastewater treatment and reuse assets and marked its entry into the Kingdom.
Almar Water Solutions sponsored Investagua, an event that was held from 12th to 23rd April in online format due to the restrictions of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Few companies today, particularly family businesses, can boast three quarters of a century of positively contributing to a sustainable future, combining both commercial and altruistic activities.
However, this is the case for Abdul Latif Jameel, which, following the spirit of its’ late founder, has spent the last seven and a half decades innovating and investing in multiple industries with extensive growth initially throughout Arabia and then beyond, across the rest of the world, working with local, national and international communities.