A global leader of intelligent water management and alternative energy solutions with over 60 years’ experience.
Metito is a global leader and provider of choice for total intelligent water management solutions with operations covering three business areas: design and build, utilities, and specialty chemicals. With over 60 years of experience, the group provides customized, comprehensive and advanced solutions across the full spectrum of its industry; from clean to dirty water; desalination and re-use; industrial solutions (up to hyper pure water); investing into water and wastewater assets; and structuring both Greenfield and Brownfield schemes under project finance structures. The Group also provides custom renewable energy development and management solutions for utilities and corporations looking to uphold sustainable operations through generating clean, emissions-free energy.
Metito was the first company to introduce the reverse osmosis technology outside the USA in 1972 and the first to pioneer concession contracts with private entities, under a BOOT scheme, in the GCC region and bulk water PPP concessions in Sub Saharan Africa, outside SA, in Kigali, Rwanda. In 2018, Metito also pioneered the trend for mega seawater desalination plants in Egypt launching Al Yosr SWRO with a capacity of 80,000m3/d followed by the largest desalination plant in Egypt to date; Al Galala with a capacity of 150,000m3/d.
Metito is at the forefront of the water and wastewater industry with an impressive project portfolio that includes more than 3000 projects in in more than 46 countries worldwide through its strategically located operational offices and over 3000 experienced and talented employees.
Design and Build, Utilities and Speciality Chemicals, Desalination, Water Recycling and Reuse, Intelligent Water Management Solutions, Asset Development and Asset Management (BOT/BOO and Full Concessions)rvices), Speciality Chemicals, Water Treatment, Water Technology, Intelligent Water Treatment Solutions, PPP, sewage treatment, sewage networks, renewables, utilities, management contracts, operations and maintenance, EPC, Engineering, and containerized plants