Dubai is home to the world's tallest skyscraper, the Burj Khalifa, a symbol of luxury living and wealth in the UAE. A Russian tourist visited this ultra-modern building and shared his surprise in his Zen channel due to the lack of sewerage in it.
In the Burj Khalifa skyscraper, there is an observation deck on the 123rd floor with a fantastic view, the highest restaurant in the world, an expensive hotel, apartments worth more than a million euros and offices of many companies. However, employees are asked once again not to visit the toilets in the building, but if possible, use the restrooms on the ground floor or in the neighboring Dubai Mall shopping center. This is due to the lack of a sewage system in the Burj Khalifa.
The Russian reports that toilets with a vacuum system are installed in the rooms and apartments inside the building, and at night the waste is taken out by sewer trucks. The reason for this is the high rate of construction of the city. They simply outstripped the installation of the sewer system. The Dubai authorities plan to solve the problem and carry out the necessary communications by 2025. In the meantime, the glamorous city lives without a full-fledged sewer.
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