The Water Services Corporation has started a number of important upgrade projects that will increase tap water quality and encourage more people to use it for drinking purposes rather than resorting to bottled water. Moreover, and more importantly, this process will lead to much better efficiency, both in terms of production and distribution and also in relation to the sustainable management of the aquifer.

 

These wide-ranging and complimentary EU-funded projects amounting to over €130 million will revolutionise the way water is produced and distributed across Malta and Gozo.

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