Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Message
Access to clean and sustainable water is essential for both the world's population and the growth of its economy.
The world's growing demand for clean water supply is at odds with our planet's limited global water supply.
Industrialization and conservation are often perceived as conflicting goals, yet they both have a shared interest when it comes to sustainable water supply. This is, growth based on minimum consumption of natural resources.
Kindasa Water Services (KWS) is the first potable water supply limited lability company incorporated in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia in the year 2000, and later became a closed joint stock company in the year 2015.
We built our company to be one of the most trusted and dependable companies in the Kingdom. Our sustainable growth is due to our commitment to the development of human capital, innovation, and the application of the latest technologies in the field of water treatment. We strive to lead the industry in taking the initiative of preserving and sustaining clean and safe water supply. We continuously work towards improving our standards, enhancing operational effectiveness, managing Non-Revenue Water (NRW), and ultimately provide value-added customer services.
KWS has invested in latest state of art technology - Seawater Reverse Osmosis Process for the production and supply of bulk quality potable water to industries and public sectors at competitive and sustainable prices
KWS has built and is presently operating a 65,000 m3/d SWRO desalination plant including potable water transfer pipelines to Jeddah Industrial City, South Khumrah District and water tankers loading stations on BOO & BOOT basis. To fulfill the growing demand of potable water & ensure it is made available to industrial/public sectors, KWS has recently built a 6000 m3/d (expandable to 12000 m3/d) SWRO desalination plant with water tankers loading stations in Rabigh on a BOO basis.
To be in line with the vision of Kingdom of Saudi Arabia 2030 for water sector development, KWS started participating and investing in the privatization of the water industries within Saudi Arabia and abroad through BOO, BOT, EPC, O&M.
Engr. Saud A. Tabbakh
Chief Executive Officer