1- Water Production Plants:

The Bahrain Water System provides 187 MGD (Max. Capacity) potable water to the population in accordance with the standards of quality laid down by WHO through five water production plants using three methods either Multi-Stage Flashing (MSF), Multi-Effect Distillation (MED) or Reverse Osmosis (RO).

2- Pumping Main:

The Water transferred from the production plants to / between transmission stations through pumping main with length 569.7 km of ductile iron pipes.

3- Ground Storage Tanks:

The water is stored in 124 ground storage tanks distributed in different locations with total capacity 623.32 MG. 

4- Aquifer:

Any geological formation containing or conducting ground water especially one that supplies the water for wells.

5- Boreholes:

55 wells with ability to pump up to 30 MGD of Ground Water in emergency cases.

6- Elevated Tanks:​

Sterilized water by chlorine is provided to distribution network by gravity through 39 elevated tanks (tower) distributed in different areas in Bahrain with total capacity 35.91 MGD.

7- Tower Outlet:

A valve installed in each tower outlet to control and maintain the required pressure and flow of distribution network automatically and remotely.

8- Distribution Network:

The water is supplied to the consumer through distribution network via Ductile Iron (DI), Asbestos cement (AC), and various densities of Polyethylene (PE) pipes.

9- ​Customers:

Customers are divided into three categories, Domestic, Commercial and Industrial with an average consumption of 200 "Million m3" in the year 2020.​​​