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Longfrie main sewer network completed

The completed Longfrie area wastewater extension project now offers 103 properties the opportunity to connect to the new sewer.

The project was completed by Guernsey Water and contractor Geotrant at the end of July, with all testing and commissioning successfully carried out.

Properties who can take advantage of the new sewer include the Longfrie Hotel, St Peter’s Food Hall, and States Housing’s Forest School flats.

Sewer lining projects to continue in May

Guernsey Water is carrying out another series of sewer lining projects over the May period as part of its ongoing sewer renovation programme.

Guernsey Water applies for new chamber build at Belle Greve

Guernsey Water has submitted a planning application as part of the final phase in the Belle Greve wastewater programme.

Guernsey Water to Carry out Sewer Flow Survey Work around Island

Guernsey Water will be carrying out flow surveys on a number of key sewers throughout the Island from 29th September.

The work, which will be carried out in conjunction with contractors RPS/Clear, will involve installing specialist monitoring equipment at 37 locations throughout the Island sewer network, specifically on those sewers that have strategic significance in terms of their position within the network and their level of through-flow.

The project will also include verification of other key assets around the Island.

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