The Water Services Corporation notes with great regret that irresponsible individuals have been dumping farm waste in the Gozo sewer.

This happened despite all farmers in Gozo now have access to a state of the art facility developed by the Corporation’s specialists, scientists and engineers through which slurry is processed in an environmentally sound manner.

 

Wastewater in sewer with visible sludge
View of yard
Mahole in Triq il-Hamsin
Illegal gulley in the yard

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This revolutionary setup, together with other investments to the tune of hundreds of thousands of euro, has resulted in much cleaner seas to the benefit of the general population and especially the diving industry.

A police report with the gathered evidence has been filed.

The Corporation will take the strongest possible action at law to safeguard its infrastructure and the well being of its workers and the environment.

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