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shutterstock_190882616Leveraging its relations with global financial institutions and credit agencies, TAHAL helps clients arrange financial packages with third parties.

This fills a need that has arisen due to the declining role
played by international lending agencies in funding projects for developing countries. TAHAL tailors these financial packages to suit the needs of both the client and project.

TAHAL assumes responsibility for arranging all loan-related matters. This includes identification of financing sources, procurement of guarantees, and contacts and negotiations with banks and export credit agencies (ECAs). TAHAL also liaises between banks and ECAs to develop appropriate and attractive packages.

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Quiminha Integrated Agricultural and Regional Development Project

TAHAL was hired by Angola’s Ministry of Agriculture to design and implement an integrated rural development project covering 5,000 hectares in the Quiminha region, some 40km from the capital Luanda.
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Kwahu-Tafo, Konongo & Kumawu (3K) Water Supply Systems

TAHAL was hired by the Ghana Water Company to design, develop and construct a new water supply system in Kumawu, and to rehabilitate water supply systems in Konongo and Kwahu. The project was part of Ghana’s plan to improve access to potable water for over 500,000 residents in more than 50 residential areas.
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Turnkey Water Supply System Rehabilitation and Expansion and Water Treatment Plant Construction – Accra-Tema Metropolitan Area (ATMA), Ghana

The Ghana Water Company chose TAHAL to carry out a turnkey project for the rehabilitation and expansion of water supply systems and the construction of a water treatment plant (WTP).
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Water Supply Systems in Rural Areas – Romania

The Romanian Ministry of Regional Development and Housing selected TAHAL to design and implement over 500 centralized water supply schemes in rural areas of 26 counties throughout Romania. The main goal of the project was to provide drinking water meeting World Health Organization (WHO) standards to some one million rural inhabitants of Romania.
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Industrial & Domestic WWTP and Collector Pipelines, Kocaeli Province

BOT project for design, supply and construction of WWTP to treat wastewater from the industrial zone and domestic wastewater from two municipalities. Process includes physical, chemical & biological treatment, plus sludge dehydration. Initial 14,500 m3/day capacity will grow to 21,000 m3/day. Works include collector pipelines (35 km), 10 pumping stations and SCADA system.
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Xuanhua Wastewater Treatment & Water Reuse – Transfer-Operate-Transfer (TOT) Project

Serving local population of 320,000 and all nearby industries, with current capacity of 120,000 m3/day (WWTP) and 120,000 m3/day recycled water, meeting Class IA effluent standards.
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Dazhou Water Treatment & Wastewater Treatment Project (BOO)

Dazhou Water Treatment Plant (WTP) – current capacity of 100,000 m3/day, expected to increase by an additional 50,000 m3/day in Phase II (2014), and an additional 100,000 m3/day around 2020.
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Palmachim Seawater Desalination Facility, Kibbutz Palmachim

Financing, design, construction, supply, installation and O&M of reverse osmosis seawater desalination plant for the production and supply of 45 MCM/yr under a build-own-operate (BOO) contract.
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HAGAL (Talia) Sanitary Landfill, Jordan Valley

BOT project for design, construction, operation and closure of a 34 ha 1,000 ton/day modern landfill site according to international methods and standards that ensure full environmental protection, including prevention of unpleasant odours and preservation of groundwater resources. Includes an energy centre that uses biogas produced at the site for the generation of
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Yaylak Plain Irrigation Project (GAP)

Turnkey project for design, construction and management of modern irrigation system for over 18,000 ha, serving 46 villages. Includes earthworks (3.75 MCM); 11 pumping stations (total capacity: 21 m3/s); main canal (83 km); HDPE & GRP pipelines (640 km); 10 regulating and 3 balancing reservoirs; and SCADA system.  
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