Male' Water and Sewerage Company (MWSC) has said that 25 percent of the building that would become the Noonu Atoll Maalhendhoo water plant building has been completed.
The company said that the project is part of their efforts to install water plants in various islands.
MWSC said that the pipes and other tools required to established a sewerage system in Meelhendhoo has been transported to the island and the pipe installation would begin this week.
The project on the island includes a main water network of 11.7 kilometers, RO facility building development, two RO plants, three tanks of 250 tons for water storage along with water meter installations at the houses and connect them to the network for safe drinking water.
The project’s sewerage system phase include a sewage network of 7.9 kilometers along with a one kilometer pumping line, admin building, two pumping stations and a sea outflow. The generator set to run the water and sewerage system along with the vehicles and the tools for water tests will be provided as part of the project according to the MWSC.
MWSC was contracted by the Ministry of National Planning, Housing and Infrastructure for MVR 42,975,950 to be completed in 22 months.