Current Affairs
Work to start on underground tunnel which will improve water quality

Two contracts have been signed for commencement of work on a 9.5 km underground tunnel from the Pembroke reverse osmosis plant to the Ta’ Qali reservoir.

The contracts are for a total investment of 27.5 million euro from European Union funds.

This is a Water Services Corporation project to improve water quality in Malta, as well as efficiency and environmental sustainability.

The Corporation’s Chief Executive, Richard Bilocca, stated that this project is part of a wider one which will change the way tap water is brought to the consumer, with the final result being better quality of water.

More details to follow.

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