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Work begins on major reservoir for north and east of Island

Work has today begun on a new service reservoir above Glen Auldyn, which will serve around 5000 properties in the north and east of the Island.

The Island’s Water and Sewerage Authority are today marking two major operations that will eventually serve thousands of properties around the Island.

Work has today begun on a new service reservoir above Glen Auldyn, which will serve around 5000 properties in the north and east of the Island.

Another reservoir at Ballagawne has just been commissioned, that one will serve the south of the Island and replace the old one that had served the area since 1945.

 Both reservoirs consist of twin underground tanks that can hold 1.5 million gallons of water.

The old reservoir at Ballagawne has been decommissioned, and demolishing work will start soon.

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