Qatar General Electricity and Water Corporation (Kahramaa) relaunched the seasonal Sealine Water Tanker Filling Station (TFS) for the fourth season in a row, to provide safe drinking water for the area's visitors during the camping season.
This comes within the framework of Kahramaa's efforts to provide its quality services to its subscribers, respond to their needs, and provide continuous improvements of services to meet their satisfaction.
The station is an initiative by Kahramaa to provide the area's visitors with its services, including a water-drinking-source near the camping site, and the station is distinguished by its proximity to the location where Hamad Medical Corporation's ambulances are.
The station also provides all the necessary equipment for water tanker filling, in addition to communication systems and electronic devices, while it is worth mentioning that the station operates all week for eight hours each day, to provide the visitors with water, ensuring the availability of the service as well as other needs for the longest period of the day.
It is also worth mentioning that the drinking-water provided by Kahramaa has the highest quality standards, as Kahramaa conducts a general and integrated monitoring system for its drinking-water, following the best international performance indicators where the water quality matches the specifications of the World Health Organization (WHO).
Qatar General Electricity and Water Corporation (Kahramaa) is also committed to providing water of the highest quality, in accordance with the framework of its integrated plans, starting from production stations, transmission and distribution networks, and pumping stations, to its subscribers, to achieve its goal of providing sustainable and high-quality electricity and water.Last updated: October 18 2020 07:01 PM
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