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6 Apr 2021 VALLETTA
A $10.7 Million USD project at Malta's Sant'Antnin plant will allow farmers to dispose of farm waste in a more sustainable way, which will in turn lead to an increase in the production of New Water.
19 May 2019 VALLETTA
Farmers with fields in the south of the island have complained about a sudden reduction in water for irrigation, which they say is the result of concurrent work on two reservoirs. Over 200 full-time and many other part-time farmers have invested thousands of euros in new crops but are now risking losing the investment due to serious drop in water supply leaving many fields bone dry, right before the hot summer season.
30 Apr 2018 VALLETTA
The share of groundwater in Maltese tap water is set to decline further as a result of a proposed 9km underground tunnel that will channel water from the Pembroke Reverse Osmosis plant to a reservoir in Ta’ Qali. The proposed water tunnel aims at reducing the amount of groundwater abstracted – the process to take out the water – to reduce the impact on the water table, and increase the amount of reverse osmosis mixed into the blend.
29 Jan 2018 VALLETTA
Malta is a small, arid island, with a ballooning economy that is calling for more imported labour. It is not easy to see how the infrastructure will cope long term, especially in relation to our natural fresh water resource – ground water.
20 Sep 2016 VALLETTA, Malta, MONTREAL, Canada
Young Water Diplomacy Voices: World's Youth Calls for Multi-generational Engagement in Water Challenges
Claire Pace and Sarah Dousse call for the world's youth to have a greater role in multi-generational engagement in water challenges.Claire Pace is the President of the European Youth Parliament for Water (EYPW) and a delegate of the World Youth Parliament for Water. As the President of the EYPW, she assists youth with implementing projects related to water conservation, accessibility, sanitation, biodiversity...