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Ghana to invest €133 million in new water supply infrastructure

  • Ghana to invest €133 million in new water supply infrastructure

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State-owned Ghana Water Company Limited (GWCL) has announced a new project to meet the demand for water in the city of Sunyani and parts of the Bono Region, in the mid-south western part of Ghana, reports Afrik 21.

GWCL will invest €133 million in the construction of the new water supply infrastructure. Authorities of the Bono Region are working hand in hand with the Ghana Water Company Limited to increase the supply of drinking water in the area.

The new plan aims to improve the supply of clean water to the population living in the area with the construction of a water intake that will feed a drinking water plant with a capacity of 55,000 m3 per day. The facility will also include two booster stations, 93 km of transmission pipelines, the provision of 10,000 household meters, the construction of laboratories and chemical storage buildings, and the construction of a power line to supply the whole. It will also count with ground-level and elevated tanks with a total capacity of approximately 16,500 m3.  

The future facility is expected to be completed by 2025 with financing provided by the central government of Ghana. 

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