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CEO Richard Bilocca interviewed by Simone Cini

Learn more about WSC’s upcoming projects and how you will benefit as ONE TV presenter Simone Cini hosts WSC CEO Richard Bilocca […]

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Use of highly polished reclaimed water in the maltese islands

The Water Management Framework in Malta

  Further to yesterday’s press conference by the Water Services Corporation in relation to a project that will lead of a considerable […]

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Water mains changes to provide better quality water – Siġġiewi, Żebbug and Qrendi

The Water Corporation has issued a call for tenders for this ambitious project costing €100 million, a project that will be implemented […]

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Replacement of Ras il-Hobz Submarine Outfall

The WSC has today published a tender aimed at addressing the damaged Xatt l-Aħmar pipeline. The existing submarine outfall at Ras il-Ħobż, l/o […]

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WSC issues tender to lay 45km of pipework

Another tender forming part of the Water Services Corporation ‘Net Zero Impact Utility’ project has been published. The tender covers the trenching […]

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Towards a Net Zero-Impact Utility – New €100 Million EU-Funded project set to improve water quality to all-new highs

Although drinking water produced by the WSC is safe and meets all the relative WHO, EU and Maltese standards, its taste has […]

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New reverse osmosis plant to be built in Gozo

Water and Energy Minister Joe Mizzi and Gozo Minister Justyne Caruana together with WSC CEO Richard Bilocca visit the Ħondoq site in Gozo where a […]

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Revolutionary ‘New Water’ to become more accessible

Tenders for the trenching and pipelaying Works for the Second Class Water (New Water) Distribution Network in Mellieha and Mgarr. Tenders have […]

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The Water Services Corporation launches new brand identity during an open day

On Sunday March 25th, the Water Services Corporation has opened its Head Office in Luqa to the general public where it held […]

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Safi Sewage Leak: Case Closed

On Tuesday 13th February local newspapers reported that ‘Safi wells could be unsafe due to sewage’. The problem, which was a localised one and not related to the Water Services Corporation’s infrastructure, has now been resolved.

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WSC announces over €100 million worth of Infrastructural Projects

The WSC’s first of three “New Water” polishing plants was inaugurated by Prime Minister Dr. Joseph Muscat. These will provide very high quality water for…

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WSC laboratory at the MCAST exhibition

The WSC Laboratory set up a stand at the national MCAST exhibition held during the last week of June. The Lab’s various […]

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