‘Access to safe and clean water is a basic human right that remains jeopardized…it’s entirely up to us as individuals, and as leaders in our industry how we intend to act and react in a time of testing economical, environmental and climate changes’, Mutaz Ghandour, Metito Chairman and CEO
WATER IS THE
DRIVING FORCE OF
ALL NATURE
- LEONARDO DA VINCI
Women and children spend 140 million hours a day collecting water
1 in 9 people lack access to safe water
2.5 billion people lack access to improved sanitation
Metito signs multi-million dollar PPP deal with the government of Rwanda
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METITO AT A GLIMPSE

Metito is the leading provider of choice for total intelligent water management solutions in the emerging markets with operations covering three business areas: design and build, chemicals, and utilities. Having acquired a wealth of experience since its founding back in 1958, the Group provides world-class quality customised, comprehensive and advanced solutions across the full spectrum of its industry, from clean to dirty water, for the municipal, industrial, and oil and gas sectors.

WHAT WE DO

DESIGN AND BUILD

The Design and Build arm of the Group specializes in custom design and manufacturing of water treatment, wastewater treatment and desalination plants/systems.

UTILITIES

Metito Utilities is a global investor into water and wastewater assets with a clear market-oriented approach, formidable financial foundation, and a sound and experienced management which uniquely defines its industry proposition.

CHEMICALS

Municipalities and industries around the globe have come to rely on our innovative chemical solutions and services designed for operational efficiency and cost-effectiveness.

CASE STUDIES

Water & Wastewater Treatment Plants for Asam-Asam Steam Power Plant, Kalimantan-Indonesia

The Indonesian government awarded an international consortium, comprising Sumitomo Corporation and Toshiba Plant Kensetsu, a contract for a 2×65 MW coal-fired power plant for the city of Banjarmasin, located on the island of Kalimantan. This USD $300 million project was financed by the World Bank. This project was truly unique and undeniable challenging due to many reasons, including; The salinity of the water source/the Asam River during the dry season, with the location being very close to the sea. This proximity causes a wide range of hourly changes in the quality of the raw water with the total dissolved solids varying from 30 to 27,000 mg/l, and the suspended solids varying from 5 to 690 mg/l.

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