Sunday 26 May, 2019

New sewage plant in the works on South Coast

Minister Wilfred Abrams (second left) speaking at a press briefing.

Minister Wilfred Abrams (second left) speaking at a press briefing.

As government moves to address the persistent issues affecting the South Coast Sewage Treatment Plant, Minister of Energy and Water Resources, Wilfred Abrams has announced plans to construct a new tertiary plant. 

Abrams spoke to the media at a press conference to provide updates on the operations at the plant where he said finding a resolution to the problems plaguing the plant is a top priority for government.

 

 

 

Minister Abrams also spoke to the construction of a temporary eight-inch diameter outfall 1,000 metres offshore from Worthing.

 

 

 

Construction of the outfall is set to commence within the next week. In addition, repair work on the gravity main will continue and should be completed by the end of the year.

 

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