Bamako’s drinking water needs covered, Mali

To combat the insufficient supply of drinking water on Bamako’s right bank, SUEZ is building a drinking water plant in Kabala on behalf of SOMAPEP (Malian company of heritage of the drinking water).
The mission
SUEZ won the construction contract for the Kabala drinking water treatment plant.

With a capacity of 300,000 m3/d, this new plant will supply the capital Bamako. Ultimately, this station will be the largest in the city. SUEZ will also provide technical assistance to the operation to support the SOMAGEP (Malian company of management of the drinking water).

This contract allows SUEZ to strengthen its presence in Mali, where it has already completed, in 2013, the Kalabancoro drinking water station which also supplies Bamako.
The results
Final capacity of the Kabala station
of technical assistance