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Welcome to Moya

Moya is a leading water desalination and water re-use services company focusing on delivering water supply solutions, project development & investment, construction, project management, and O&M services in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) and Middle East. Moya and its operating companies are currently the largest private desalinators in Jeddah and second largest in KSA.

Moya pioneered the use of BOO and BOT schemes for water desalination projects in KSA, and has since developed many such projects in KSA and elsewhere. Along with Industry associates, Moya Bushnak's founders created the flagship project in Saudi Arabia, which is the first privately owned seawater desalination plant (Kindasa) which supplies desalinated water to the Industrial zones south of Jeddah area.

Kindasa

Kindasa created by Moya founders along with reputed Industry associates, and is the first private Seawater Reverse Osmosis (SWRO) desalination plant in KSA, with the capacity of 65,000 M3/Day. It is also the largest private desalination plant inside Jeddah. The project is located inside the Jeddah Islamic Port and is taking care of the port’s entire water requirement, in addition to being the main water supplier to the Jeddah Industrial City. Kindasa is supplying over 70% of the water being consumed daily by the Jeddah Industrial City.

Kindasa Expansioin

Moya executed another desalination plant of capacity 17,500 m3/day inside Jeddah Islamic Seaport to augment the current potable water supply to the Industries being carried out by Kindasa. 

The project was completed and started supplying water from March 2014.

The project is built with minimum foot print area and utilizes state-of-the art RO membranes.

Kindasa Expansioin - pretreatment

The 17,500 m3/day new desalination plant inside Jeddah Islamic Seaport comprises of double stage media filtration system, which consistantly generates good quality of seawater with SDI values < 3.0.

Kindasa Expansioin - MCC

The 17,500 m3/day new desalination plant inside Jeddah Islamic Seaport comprises of state-of-the-art variable frequency drives for all its major process pumps, which adds to the energy efficiency and reliable design of the plant.

Kindasa Expansioin - RO hall

The 17,500 m3/day new desalination plant inside Jeddah Islamic Seaport comprises of multiple SWRO trains to increase the availability of the plant.

Saudia City

Moya signed a long term water supply agreement with Saudi Airlines to manage and supply all their water requirements which includes water supply to all of Saudia City located in Khalidiya District in Jeddah. The project is executed and being maintained by Water Services Saudia Co., a JV between WESCO & Kindasa.

This full project has been developed, designed and completely managed by the Moya team. The plant’s design capacity is 13,000 M3/Day with most of the potable water going to Saudi Airlines facilities. The remaining water is being sold by tankers and pipeline to external clients.

Moya utilizes this site to test new international technologies that benefit the KSA water industry.

Bohairat City BOOT Project

Bohairat City Build Own Operate Transfer, BOT, is a 20 year project inside the Bohairat City located in Abhor, North of Jeddah. The project was commissioned in the first quarter of 2012 with a starting capacity of 5,000 M3/Day and later Expanded to 7,500 m3/day. Bohairat City receives around 1,250 M3/day of potable water and the rest is being sold to external clients through trucks.

Bohairat City is fully owned, designed, managed, built, constructed, commissioned and operated by Moya.   

Bohairat desalination plant also supplies potable water to Al-Fareedah City which is being developed by Ewaan Global in addition to many other industrial and commercial clients.

 
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Moya executed another desalination plant of capacity 17,500 m3/day inside Jeddah Islamic Seaport to augment the current potable water supply to the Industries being carried out by Kindasa. 

The project was completed and started supplying water from March 2014.

The project is built with minimum foot print area and utilizes state-of-the art RO membranes.

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