On Tuesday 13th February local newspapers reported that ‘Safi wells could be unsafe due to sewage’. The problem, which was a localised one and not related to the Water Services Corporation’s infrastructure, has now been resolved.

The Water Services Corporation had conducted a number of tests prior to the publication of the said article all of which indicated that the problem was not a result of faults in its sewer. Still further tests were conducted and these yielded the same results.

The Corporation assisted the Safi local council and facilitated the identification of the leak which originated from a private house connection, which was repaired and the issue resolved.

Safi mayor Johan Mula expressed his personal gratitude to the employees of the Corporation for their long and hard work to solve this problem.

The Corporation invites the general public to direct any queries related to the supply of water and sewage services to its freephone on 80076400. Information on the services offered by the Corporation may be found on www.wsc.com.mt and on the Corporation’s social media. An open day celebrating World Water Day and offering a unique opportunity for persons to explore the massive infrastructural setup operated by the Corporation is being held on Sunday 25 March 2018 at the Corporation’s head office in Luqa.

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