Egypt received on Monday three Guinness World Records’certificate on Water treatment Plant ‘Bahr Al Baqar’ in the Sinai peninsula, for being the massive water plant in the world at an area of nearly 5.6 million km.
Regional Director for the Guinness World Records in the Middle East and North Africa region Ahmed Bakr Meklad handed over the three certificates to The Arab contractors firm, and Orascom Constructions.
Also in this regard, the national scheme awarded three Guinness World Records in a row, and they are the World’s Largest Water Treatment Plant; World’s Largest Sludge Plant; and, World’s Largest Ozone Generator.
The cost of this massive project is LE20 billion, and its daily capacity is 5.6 million cubic meters to be used in the reclamation of 400 acres in Sinai.
It’s worth mentioning that many domestic and international media cited Bahr Al Baqar Wastewater Treatment Plant as the world’s largest.