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Sewer Lining Projects to Commence

Guernsey Water will be carrying out a series of sewer lining projects over the next few weeks as part of its ongoing sewer renovation programme. Working with contractors Environmental Techniques, sewers which have been identified through CCTV surveying as being in need of repair will be either lined or patched using the latest ‘no-dig’ techniques.

St Andrews Wastewater Project Starts on Monday 24th June - Drop In Session Tonight

Guernsey Water would like to remind islanders that the next phase of its wastewater network extension programme will be commencing in the Les Naftiaux area of St Andrews from Monday 24th June 2013.

While the project to extend the main sewer will take approximately 10 months to complete, contractors will be working in one road at a time, and every effort will be made to minimise inconvenience to residents and businesses where possible.

The programme of road closures is as follows:

Two-Way Traffic Re-introduced Along Les Banques

Guernsey Water is pleased to announce that the temporary traffic lights along Les Banques have been removed this morning and replaced with two-way traffic.

The removal of the temporary traffic lights will significantly improve the flow of traffic and reduce the disruption that has been caused over the past two weeks. The traffic lights were planned to be in place until Sunday 26th May, so their removal is nearly a week ahead of schedule.

Temporary Traffic Lights at Les Banques for Guernsey Water Project

Guernsey Water will be laying a raw water main under Les Banques, St Sampsons from Barker’s Quarry to the grassy area on the coastline. This work will necessitate the use of temporary traffic lights on the coast road from 7th – 26th May.

The main-laying is part of the project to replace the Marais Stream clean water pumping station, which collects raw water from more than 25% of the Island’s total catchment area and is then pumped into the Longue Hougue reservoir for treatment.

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