The Guyana Water Incorporated (GWI) officially launched the Ituni household bio-sand filters project to provide the individual householder with the tools that will ensure safe water for domestic use.
The formal launch took place yesterday at the Ituni Primary School, Region Ten which included a simple ceremony to provide information about the project and stimulate interest in household water treatment throughout the country.
GWI’s Chief Executive Officer Karan Singh, during his feature address, said the agency has a mandate to procure and provide potable water for all Guyanese.
He said over the last ten years the government has invested huge sums of money into the water sector, adding that more than US$6M has been spent on the development of water supply to the hinterland region. The bio-sand filters, the Chief Executive Officer said, is a means of processing unclean surface water and making it safer for domestic consumption.
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