Posted: Wednesday 7th April 2010

Biwater (BVI) Limited won a BOOT contract with the Government of the British Virgin Islands for a sea-water desalination plant. The plant will produce 2.3 million imperial gallons of potable water per day, has a construction value of US$43 million and a subsequent 16 year operation and maintenance period.

In addition, the contract includes the design and build of two sewage treatment plants, pumping stations, extensive pipelines and reservoirs.

The contract also includes the provision and installation of a water distribution leakage reduction programme complete with a tariff billing system.

The cost of water in Tortola will be substantially reduced by the new contract and full sewage treatment for the island will also be provided.

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