Enwa Water treatment system has more efficient water than most other countries article Enwal water treatment is the only water treatment plant in Pakistan that is not connected to the main sewage treatment plant and is used for drinking water, irrigation, and crop irrigation.
Enwal is a state-owned water treatment and treatment plant, which is owned by the government and operates under the Water Resources Department.
The plant has a capacity of approximately 1,200,000 cubic meters per day.
The water used to treat Enwa is treated in large tanks at its treatment plant.
The treatment is carried out in a series of stages, and the water treated is then sent to the state-run sewage treatment system.
In total, Enwa water is treated approximately 300,000 times per day in the water treatment plants in the three countries of Pakistan, Iran, and Bangladesh.
The country has more than 30,000 water treatment systems, including Enwa, and is one of the top three water treatment facilities in the world.
According to the World Bank, Pakistan has the highest water pollution in the region.
In 2013, the country reported a water pollution rate of 8,764.5 tonnes of pollutants per day (TPD).
According to a study conducted by the University of Maryland’s Center for Environmental and Energy Economics, Enwah water treated in the U.S. had a TPD of 8.5 TPD.
Enwachan is a major supplier of water to Bangladesh, which produces about 50% of the country’s total drinking water.
Bangladesh is among the most polluted countries in the World, with more than 7,000 TPDs in 2013.
Enwa has been in operation since 2001 and has been upgraded every year since.
The system includes the installation of new pumps, more efficient treatment processes, and more efficient equipment.
In 2015, the plant had over 11,000 new pumps and over 1,600 new water pumps, as well as an upgraded water distribution system, which was installed in 2016.
Enwas is one the oldest and most reliable water treatment stations in the entire world.
It has been around for more than 200 years and was completed in the 1970s.
It is also one of three plants in Pakistan.
Currently, there are about 20 million people who are connected to Enwa in the country.
Enwives work on Enwa site in Peshawar, Pakistan, January 9, 2018.
Enwat was one of seven sites in Pakistan to receive a new water treatment equipment in 2017, after the country completed a major upgrade in water treatment.
The new equipment was installed by Enwats contractor, Al Khairat International.
The company’s equipment is called the Enwat water treatment unit, which has an efficiency of 98.4%.
This compares to a rate of less than 50%.
The company also plans to install a new treatment system in 2021.
In 2019, Enwat reported that the cost of water treatment in the city of Peshawar in the northern part of the province was $4,100 per person per day, while in the same city, the cost was $3,500 per person.
In 2018, the price for water treatment for the city in the area was about $5,000 per person, according to Al Khirat International’s website.
The average cost of a single person in Peshwahar, Pakistan in 2018 was $2,200.
Al Khiraat International is owned and operated by Al Khiair Ahmed Khan, who is also the Chairman of Al Khaiat Industries.
The firm has invested in several water treatment projects in Pakistan, including two in Pakistan’s northern tribal areas, where the company’s plant has been operating since 2001.
The companies first project was completed by Enwat in 2006, and Al Khiar’s plant was completed a few years later.
In addition to the new water processing equipment, the company also installed a new sewage treatment facility.
The sewage treatment process has an average efficiency of 99.8%.
The Al Khawar plant, located near Peshawar’s northern town of Al-Hafiz, is also a major source of water for Peshawar.
According the United Nations Water Agency, Peshawar accounts for over 35% of Pakistan’s total annual water pollution, which means that the city accounts for more pollution in this country than the United States.
In 2021, the city was still emitting more pollution than the city from the United Kingdom.
The city’s pollution is mainly caused by the construction of a sewage treatment unit in 2017 that was completed at a cost of $2.7 billion.
In 2017, the water supply in Peshwaar was rated at 3.3 million litres per day per capita.
The number of residents living in the capital of Peshwag, Peshwai, also contributed to the city’s water pollution.
In 2020, the average household income in Peshwarai was $16,200 per year.