MWSC’s water project at Muraidhoo officially inaugurated

A capture from the inauguration ceremony of Male’ Water and Sewerage Company’s (MWSC) project to establish water services at HA. Muraidhoo held on December 2, 2021. (Photo/MWSC)

Male’ Water and Sewerage Company’s (MWSC) project to establish water services at HA. Muraidhoo, has been officially inaugurated.

The project was inaugurated by MWSC’s Managing Director Hassan Shah, Ihavandhoo MP Mohamed Shifaau, Kelaa MP Ibrahim Shareef, HA. Atoll Council President Moosa Shafeeg and Muraidhoo Council President Ali Sinaan during a special ceremony held at the island on Thursday.

MWSC noted that the equipment and material needed for the project have been transported to the island. They further detailed that the company is currently engaged in the construction of facility needed to house the water plant, of which 44 percent of the work is complete.

According to MWSC, the water project at Muraidhoo involves 9.1-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 the installation of water meters in households, providing water connections, and supplying clean and safe drinking water.

Moreover, they will also be supplying the generator set, vehicles and equipment to test the water which is required to oversee the operations of the water network.

Muraidhoo water project was awarded to MWSC by the Ministry of Planning, Housing and Infrastructure. The project is valued at MVR 46.85 million.