We strive to maintain excellence and sustainability in the provision of potable water and the safe disposal of wastewater to the satisfaction of our customers whilst safeguarding health and the environment.
We will seek to strengthen our workforce by introducing innovative products and services, complimentary to our core operations, in existent and potential markets.
The Water Services Corporation was set up in 1992 to produce and distribute potable water in the Maltese Islands. Some thirty-one million cubic meters of good quality water are produced annualy to cater for the needs of Malta's 400,000 inhabitants as well as the over 1 million tourists who visit every year.
Approximately fifty-seven percent of this water is produced at the Corporation's three reverse osmosis plants namely, Pembroke, Cirkewwa and Ghar Lapsi. The remaining water is groundwater i.e. produced from boreholes and pumping stations.
In October 2003, the former Drainage Section, now known as the Wastewater Section, was incorporated within the WSC. This means that the Corporation is wholly responsible for the complete water cycle from production to its safe disposal.
The Water Services Corporation employs just under 900 employees and is headquartered in Triq Ħal Qormi, Ħal Luqa. There are three main WSC regions in Malta - North, Central and South plus the Gozo Region, all of which have their own engineers and technical staff.