Project to address water shortage
SEE ALSO :The hitches in decongesting Kisii town“The current water scheme serving Kisii town was established in 1974 with a capacity to supply 6 million liters per day and was designed to serve a population of around 70,000 people,” Obaigwa said. He said that the two year project which commenced in 2017 is aimed at increasing the volume of water supply, coverage area, expansion of sewerage services and improving the Suneka wastewater treatment plant. Acting resident project engineer Silas Cheruiyot noted that the expansion of Suneka sewage plant will increase processing capacity from 2,000 cubic meters per day to 4,000 cubic meters per day.
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