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2nd phase of water, sewer pipes for starts
An invitation has been extended to eligible bidders for the procurement of goods and services for the commencement of the second phase of Chitungwiza’s Urgent Water Supply and Sanitation Rehabilitation Project (UWSSRP11).
The project, which is being funded by the Zimbabwe Multi-Donor Fund and is administered by the African Development Bank, will ensure the replacement of corroded pipes in the city’s water distribution system. It will also improve the water network, as well as rehabilitate sewer reticulation and concrete manholes.
Finalisation of the works is expected to see a reduction in the spillage of sewage in the residential areas.
Respectively, a total of 6km, 10km and 5km is expected to have been covered in the water distribution system in Zengeza and St Mary’s, improvement of water network in Seke Nrth and Sth and rehabilitation of water reticulation. The funding will also go towards the installation of 70 concrete manholes to ease waste congestion.
Crowne Agents Limited have been appointed by the Ministry of Finance and Economic Development as the procurement agents in the massive project.
“Our pipelines for both water and sewerage are many decades old and through the UWSSRP11, we will replace the galvanized and asbestos pipes with the new ones that have a capacity to supply enlarged quantities to the city’s residential areas.
“The project will ensure that we have a fully-functional sewer and water system that meets the SAZ expectations and, hopefully, there will limited or no worries for our residents who have borne the brand of unending bursts. Generally, there will be a marked enhancement of our sewerage capacity,” an official in the Engineering department said.
Chitungwiza is a beneficiary of the multi-million dollar project similar in nature to another, the STWSP, which is bankrolled by The Australian Aid in partnership with Unicef and various arms of government.
Towns benefitting from the latter programme are Bindura, Chipinge, Chiredzi, Chivhu, Gokwe, Gwanda, Hwange, Karoi, Mvurwi, Plumtree, Rusape, Shurugwi, Zvishavane and Mutoko.