Six hundred and sixty-two kilometres of pipelines were laid all the way through the nation to offer water to cities and villages.
In addition, 15km of distribution community development paintings has been finished at $6.5 million.
The Managing Director of the Ghana Water Company Limited (GWCL), Dr Clifford Abdallai Braimah, disclosed this on Thursday at a press briefing in Accra.
He additional famous that 14 Automatic Voltage Regulators (AVRs) have been put in at a price of GH₵12.3 million at the worst affected methods to mitigate the affect of risky energy which these days accounts for 40% of general plant downtime national.
“Barekese, Odaso, Konongo, Aframso, Achiase, Kwanyako, Bafikrom, Essakyir, Sekyere Hemang, Keseve and Nsawam Treatment Plants have AVRs. Kwahu -Tafo and Sowutuom Booster stations also had AVRs installed,” he stressed out.
Dr Braimah additionally disclosed that GWCL invested GH₵40.0 million in remedy capability development, which integrated pump substitute, set up of AVRs and submersible pumps, and dredging of intakes at Sekyere Hemang, Owabi, Winneba and Nsawam.
He indicated that the digital billing and fee methods offered in 2015 to scale back billing mistakes and make bills more straightforward, had higher income from GH₵1.7 million in 2017 to GH₵13.2 million in 2018 and in addition higher astronomically to GH₵64.3 million in 2021, an build up of 387.5%.
“Currently, monthly average revenues realized from electronic payment stands at GH₵9.3 million and are expected to rise to GH₵11.1 million by the end of 2022,” he added.
He additional disclosed that GWCL had commenced a drone metering machine for meter readings which might simplify the meter studying and billing processes to the good thing about each the buyer and GWCL.
“The drone deployment would ensure the safety of meter readers while enhancing speed in the overall meter reading exercise,” he emphasised.
Dr Braimah discussed unlawful mining and sand-profitable actions, widespread energy outages, vandalization of transmission pipelines and unlawful connections as a few of the demanding situations the corporate confronted.
Author: GhanaThese days