Green light to the water requalification project in the Municipality of Carbonia, an intervention worth 700 thousand euros.

The ok to the plan, drawn up by the technicians of Abbanoa SpA, manager of the integrated water service in the center of Sulcis, comes from Egas, the Government Body of the Sardinia area.

«According to the scheme licensed by the Authority - explains a note - the "Cannes" reservoir located in the locality of Beghe Forru" which feeds the eastern side of the town, the "Lurdagu" reservoir in the locality of Monte Leone which instead affects the northern part of the built-up area, while the pipelines in Via Ostro will be completed to allow the water supply to the "Le Serre" subdivision. Finally, new pipes and related connections are planned in the SS 126 in front of the Great Mine and in Via Maria Pia Giua Sulas, both in the western part of the city».

The works are made possible thanks to a loan from Egas from the FSC 2014-2020 "Fund for Development and Cohesion", which is part of a broader 68 million euro project intended to reduce the dispersion phenomenon in the most affected by the phenomenon on the island.

The intervention adds to the works of Lot B, approved by the Authority last November, which provided for the reconstruction of the connections from the main pipes to the various users, and in detail in the Via Gallura, Via Romagna, Via Lucania, Via Domenico Millelire, Via Risorgimento, via Cannas, Via Marche and Via Veneto for a total cost of 630 thousand euros.

The municipal urban water network of Carbonia serves about 30,000 inhabitants and has a total length of over 100 km. The efficiency measures, over the years, have been carried out with nodular cast iron pipes, but there is still a percentage, albeit minimal, to be replaced as it is made with obsolete material.

« Carbonia – says the president of Egas Fabio Albieri – is a symbolic Municipality where planning, design and investments have, step by step, led to the almost complete rehabilitation of the water networks of the inhabited center, today a small part still in materials in a precarious state of conservation, with a significant reduction in the levels of water dispersion and a substantial improvement in the service to users".


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