MWSC begins work on Maarandhoo water and sanitation project

MWSC workers construct an RO facility in HA. Maarandhoo. (Photo/MWSC)

 Male’ Water and Sewerage Company (MWSC) states that work on the water and sanitation project in HA. Maarandhoo is going ahead at a swift pace 

MWSC said on Thursday that the company is currently engaged in constructing the facility needed to house the water plant, and that equipment and material needed for the water and sanitation project have been transported to Maarandhoo. 

The water project in Maarandhoo involves establishing an 8.21-kilometer main water pipeline network, construction of an RO facility, installation of two RO plants, and three water tanks to store water.  

Additional work includes installation of water meters in households, providing water connections, and supplying clean and safe drinking water.  

The sanitation project, meanwhile, involves establishing a 6.03-kilometer main sanitation network, an 800-meter pump line, construction of an administrative building, three pump stations and one sea outflow.  

Additional work includes establishing junctions in households, providing sanitation connections, and providing sanitation services to households.  

MWSC is also scheduled to provide generator set and vehicle needed to manage the water and sanitation system, and equipment to test the water quality.  

Maarandhoo water and sanitation project was contracted to MWSC by Planning, Housing and Infrastructure Ministry for MVR 72.8 million.  

The company is required to complete the project within 540 days.