Current Projects

The Water Services Corporation is going through an unprecedented phase of carrying out EU-funded projects. Upon completion they will have a profound effect on the management of water as a primary resource in the Maltese Islands. Below is a brief explanation of the projects and what they have achieved.

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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Use of highly polished reclaimed water in the maltese islands

Use of highly polished reclaimed water in the maltese islands

Project Reference: ERDF 304. Priority Axis 4 – Climate Change and Resources Efficiency This project is already providing an alternative water resource […]

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Carbon footprint reduction project

This project consists of measures aimed to reduce the carbon footprint of the Water Services Corporation. Pumping huge volumes of water all […]

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Water quality and supply improvement project

Water quality and supply improvement project

Through this project the Corporation’s water quality and monitoring capabilities were enhanced. Reverse Osmosis membranes were upgraded and Ultra Filtration equipment installed […]

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Sewage system extension and upgrading project

Sewage system extension and upgrading project

Project Reference: CF 356. Priority Axis 5 – Safeguarding the Environment This project comprised the extension of the wastewater collection network to […]

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Management of groundwater and treated sewage effluent

Management of groundwater and treated sewage effluent

As a result of this project treated sewage effluent is being further treated and used as an additional water resource for agricultural […]

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