The Water services Corporation wishes to announce that as part of its improved customer support it has, with immediate effect, launched its new Freephone number 80076400 for technical issues ONLY. These include lack of water, water leaks both inside and outside buildings, as well as sewage overflows and odours.
published on The Times of Malta dated 26th January 2012
On its 20th anniversary the Water Services Corporation launched a customer contract outlining the government company’s obligations towards consumers.Thursday, January 26, 2012 - 10:57
Published on maltarightnow.com on the 24th of January 2012
Wara l-istudji li għamlet u li bdew fl-2008, il-Korporazzjoni għas-Servizzi tal-Ilma tefgħet l-applikazzjoni quddiem il-MEPA biex tibni impjanti, biswit dawk li jittrattaw l-ilma qabel jintrema l-baħar, biex minflok jibqa' jintrema fil-baħar, l-ilma trattat jerġa' jintuża.Wednesday, January 25, 2012 - 10:35
Published on the Malta Independent of the 25th January 2012
The Water Services Corporation has celebrated its 20th anniversary by launching a new customer contract, outlining its obligations towards customers as well as customers’ own responsibilities.Wednesday, January 25, 2012 - 10:23
The Chief Executive informs the General Public that as from Thursday 18 August 2011, Tender documents may be purchased only through the website of the Water Services Corporation.Wednesday, January 18, 2012 - 10:33
Malta last year had the cleanest bathing waters in the EU after Cyprus and has been dubbed a “star” by the European Commission for its improvement in trying to keep its seas in a pristine state.
The island is reaping the fruits of a multi-million euro investment, supported by EU funds, to construct three sewage treatment plants, which has helped it improve its coastal waters by leaps and bounds.Wednesday, January 18, 2012 - 10:31
A €60 million plant which treats 80 per cent of sewage produced in Malta was inaugurated today by the Prime Minister.
The commissioning of the plant, at Ta' Barkat, near Xgħajra, means that Malta has become the first Mediterranean country which treats all of its sewage before dumping it into the sea.
Two smaller plants were commissioned last year and two years ago at Iċ-Ċumnija, near Anchor Bay, and in Gozo. The total bill, of €108 million, was partly met by the European Union. EU co-funding on the Barkat plant alone was 85%.Wednesday, January 18, 2012 - 10:21