The al-Abbas's (p) Holy Shrine concludes its work in one of the largest drinking water projects in the province of Karbala.

The technical staff of the Department of Engineering Maintenance of the al-Abbas's (p) Holy Shrine have worked day and night during more than nine months, to complete one of the greatest and vital projects of drinking water in the province of Karbala "Station of Miyah al-Khayrat". And today, the department has announced the completion of this project in cooperation with the Holy Shrine of Imam al-Hussayn (peace be upon him) and the Water Directorate in Karbala, with a production capacity of 1400 m3/h after it was only 200 m3/h, to cover up the water needs of the remote villages and the Hussayni processions scattered on the road of "Ya Hussayn".

According to the head of the engineering maintenance department at the al-Abbas's (p) holy shrine; Engineer Abbas Musa Ahmad: "The project of "station of Miyah al-Khayrat", which is currently called "Al-Kafeel water project", and held on an area of 1150 m2, falls within the series of projects of the holy shrine that are adopted and financed by the al-Abbas's (p) holy shrine to serve the people of Karbala."

Indicating: The project includes the development and dismantling of four stations that contributed to raising the production to 1400 m3/h, in addition to the extension of water pipeline for 21 km from the project till the Sijla and Fiyada areas in the south up to the area of Zbeyliya, in addition to the extension of another pipeline of 13 km to provide water to the Hussayni processions on the road of "Ya Hussayn", as well as the service and industrial facilities of the two holy shrines."

Adding: "These works were preceded by the infrastructure constructions of the project as well as removing the debris, taking into account the technical and engineering specifications used in the establishment of such projects."

It is to note that this project will contribute in alleviating the burdens of the residents in these areas by providing them with potable water."
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