King Abdullah Project To Resume Zamzam Distribution in Makkah

King Abdullah Project To Resume Zamzam Distribution in Makkah
The Zamzam water bottles distribution will resume from King Abdullah Project for Zamzam Water in Kudai in Makkah from Tuesday, March 23. Sheikh Abdul Rahman Al-Sudais, head of the Presidency for the Affairs of Two Holy Mosques and Chairman of the Project’s Supervisory Committee announced this statement.

He said the official project operator National Water Company would start receiving visitors and those who want to buy the blessed water from the Project, as part of the elaborate preparations to meet the growing demand for the holy water on the advent of the fasting month of Ramadan.

The distribution will be held for a few hours starting from 1:00 p.m. till 9 p.m. all days except Friday. All precautionary measures and protocols are ensured for the safety of the visitors from coronavirus. The cost of a five-liter bottle is SAR5.5, inclusive of the VAT. The quota of the holy water for each person will be four bottles after every 15 days.

The maximum number of customers allowed to enter the customer care center of the Project will be 60 at a time during working hours. The Zamzam water bottles can be collected from the Project headquarters, as well as from hypermarkets and superstores. More than 5 million bottles are being supplied to the hypermarkets and stores for distribution.

There are 42 distribution points at the headquarters in Kudai. The holy water will be pumped from the well then sent for purification and sterilization. The holy water will be sent to tanks in Kudai where it will be packed, stored, and distributed. The tanks at the projects are of 10,000 cubic meters of capacity. The pipelines are of one kilometer from the well to the project. The well is located 21 meters east of the holy Kaaba and its opening is 1.56 meter below mataf (circumambulation area around the Holy Kaaba) surface.

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