The Naqa’a desalination, Seawater Reverse Osmosis (SWRO) technology produces up to 150 MIGD potable water, equivalent to 681,900 m3/day. The principal project components include a 600m seawater open channel intake, a 3.6 km piped outfall, RO plant and potable water storage tanks.
The facility has a seawater intake and pumping system which has a screening and filtration system. In order to ensure the seawater is of a suitably high quality for use in the RO Plant, the pre-treatment is composed of coagulation, dosing and flocculation, high-rate Dissolved Air Flotation (DAF) and Dual Media Filters (DMF).
Founded in 2005, NOMAC, the First National Operation & Maintenance Company, provides high quality Operation & Maintenance (O&M) services for production of electricity and desalinated water worldwide.
NOMAC is a wholly owned subsidiary of ACWA Power.
We have sites in more than 10 countries, operating all across the Middle East & North Africa: Republic of South Africa, Eastern Europe and Vietnam. Our prime areas of Operation are in Production of power, Water Desalination projects, regionally & globally. We are in the vanguard, leading the world in pioneering Operations & Maintenance in water and power sector.