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Mauritius: Vast construction to change pipes with 43% of the water treated coming to taps




The Central Water Authority (CWA), the public body responsible for the distribution of water in Mauritius, will launch an important project in 2016 of 2.4 billion rupees * and will be spread over one year .

Defective pipes of the network will thus be replaced by new ductile iron canalization, iron alliance, carbon and silicon, including more robust than their predecessors. Because with pipes of which some dating back nearly 100 years, only 43% of the water treated to consumers' taps arrived last year.
 
The main regions concerned are Roches Bois, Plaine-Verte, the center of Port Louis, Beau-Bassin / Rose-Hill, Pierrefonds, Rivière du Rempart, Lallmatie, Rose-Belle Plaine-Magnien and.
 
* One euro roughly equivalent to 39 rupees



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