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Established in 1990 by Dr Adil Bushnak and subsequently acquired by Moya in 2009, Moya Bushnak is a leading water desalination, waste water treatment, water reuse engineering and consulting services company focusing on delivering cradle to cradle water supply solutions, including construction, project management, operation and O&M services in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA), the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region.

 

Moya Bushnak is led by Dr Adil Bushnak, a leading authority in the field of water treatment, who was the first Arabic president of the International Desalination Association (IDA) and still serves on its board of directors representing the Middle East region. Dr Bushnak was one of the early pioneers that called for the use of reverse osmosis (RO) technologies in the GCC more than twenty five years ago. He founded Al-Kawthar Industries in the late 1970s which was then GCCs first RO system manufacturer. He is also the founder and chairman of the Saudi Water & Power Forum (www.ksawpf.com).

 

Moya Bushnak pioneered the use of BOO and BOT schemes for water desalination projects in KSA, and has since developed many such projects in KSA. The companys flagship project and Saudi Arabias first privately owned sea water reverse osmosis desalination project (Kindasa) supplies desalinated water to the Industrial zones south of Jeddah area.

 

Over the years, Moya Bushnak has worked in partnership with many global water industry players in various roles on projects totaling over 481,000 million m3/day.

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Moya Bushnak Commissioned another 20 years contract, SWRO BOT Project in Jeddah
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Bushnak Moved to New office in Sari Street
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Kindasa Water services board has approved an expansion plan of its project into a 3rd stage of 8500 m3/day – 10,000 m3/day.
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For the Second time IGNOU Saudi graduates its students in an official ceremony.
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WESCO/Moya Bushnak is a leading water and Environmental company that combines engineering expertise with project development activities.
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