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Several major projects to benefit from significant shipment of new pipes.

The NWC is set to begin another phase of a massive upgrade of its infrastructure by carrying out several capital projects.

There will be a significant improvement in the company's pipeline network with the installation of the iron ductile pipes that were recently handed over at a ceremony at Kingston Wharves.

The Honourable Matthew Samuda highlighted the significance of the shipment valued at 1.3 billion dollars, which was previously delayed due to global logistical challenges associated with the Covid-19 pandemic.

NWC Vice President for Operations Mr Kevin Kerr who represented President Mr Mark Barnett at the handing ceremony highlighted that through the projects there will be improvement in the reliability of water supply in several parishes. These projects include the Hounslow Project which will benefit customers in St. Elizabeth; the Whitehall Water Supply Project in St. Thomas; the improvement of the Molynes/Washington Boulevard to Dunrobin Avenue/Constant Spring Road pipeline system; upgrading of the Jericho Water Supply System in St. Catherine and the Minard Well to Minard Relift in Brown’s Town, St. Ann. Nine critical projects will benefit from the shipment.

The NWC…Improving infrastructure today, so that you can be better served tomorrow…because you are at the centre of all that we do.

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