Reconstruction of the drinking water supply and sewerage systems in Badamdar settlement is carried out within the framework of the project on "Reconstruction and Expansion of the Water Supply and Sewerage Systems in Baku", co-financed by the Government of Azerbaijan and the Saudi Fund for Development.The project has been estimated to improve 118,000 people’s drinking water supply and sanitation services in Badamdar settlement and surrounding territories, taking into account prospective development until 2035.
The project is implemented in stages. The first phase of the project covers the reconstruction of water supply and sewerage systems in the central part of Badamdar, 1st and 2nd residential areas and the work on this stage had already been completed within 2015- 2018.
Restoration and reconstruction works at “+152 Alatava”, “+220 Badamdar” and “+190 Badamdar” reservoirs of the capital were carried out to provide stable drinking water to Badamdar. The existing water reservoir with a capacity of 10,000 cubic meters and the pumping station of the complex were reconstructed at the +152 Alatava reservoir complex. Transportation of the potable water via the newly installed 2 high- productivity pumps with a capacity of 48000 m3/day was provided here. At the same time, "+220 Badamdar" reservoir with a capacity of 20,000 cubic meters was built in Badamdar settlement and "190 Badamdar” reservoir with a capacity of 4,500 cubic meters was reconstructed. Hydrophore pumps were also installed at the “220 Badamdar” reservoir to provide drinking water the subscribers who live in high- relief areas of Badamdar settlement.
A 10 km long (1,000 mm diameter) transmission main of steel pipes was built to link the “+152 Alatava” reservoir with the “+220 Badamdar” and “+190 Badamdar” reservoirs.
According to the project 43.2 km of drinking water network was established in the settlement, 9100 subscribers connected to new network. 1,800 them are provided by the centralized water supply. A 27.7 km long sewage system was built under the project. Transportation of wastewater generated in the territory covered by the project, to sewage pumping station was achieved. In total, 9100 subscribers or about 33,000 people benefited from the newly created infrastructure.