The Water Services Corporation would like to inform the general public that on Wednesday, 4 March, the Reverse Osmosis plant in Pembroke will shut down for about eight hours due to a planned power cut.

The Corporation will be taking the necessary measures to ensure that no inconvenience is caused. While the supply of water will not be affected by these works, however, areas in San Gwann may experience low water pressure.


Should there be any complications, the Corporation will be informing the general public accordingly.

Il-Korporazzjoni għas-Servizzi tal-Ilma tixtieq tinforma lil pubbliku li nhar l-Erbgħa 4 ta’ Marzu ser jintefa l-impjant tar-Reverse Osmosis ta’ Pembroke għall-madwar tmien siegħat u dan minħabba qtugħ pjanat fil-provvista tad-dawl.


Il-korporazzzjoni qed tieħu l-miżuri neċessarji sabiex ma jkun hemm l-ebda inkonvejent għall-pubbliku. Filwaqt li l-provista tal-ilma mhix se tkun affetwata minn dawn ix-xogħolijiet, madanakollu tista tiġi nnutata presssa baxxa fl-inħawi ta’ San Ġwann.


F’kaz illi jkun hemm kumplikazzjonijiet, il-Korporazzjoni ser tkun qed tinforma lill-pubbliku b’dan.

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