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Felindre is one of the largest water treatment works in Wales, producing water for up to 400,000 customers in Swansea, Bridgend and Cardiff.
Mahlobo noted that the Rooiwal Waste Water Treatment Works was over-capacitated and poorly operated and maintained.
Lochmaddy is the largest water treatment works that has been built in this way anywhere in the UK to date.
The first underground pipes have been laid as the construction of Northumbrian Water's new water treatment works at Murton, Berwick, gets under way.
"Bolton Waste Water Treatment Works is one of our most advanced sites.
Kirklees Council has approved the plans to create 75,000sq ft of new mixed employment space - creating about 200 jobs - at the former Yorkshire Water treatment works at Colne Bridge and Bradley.
Work began earlier this year on a new pipeline from Lickhill, near Stourport-on-Severn, 25km into the existing water treatment works in Birmingham.
Prior to the opening of the Liverpool waste water treatment works in 1991, the city's raw and partially treated sewage was being discharged directly into the Mersey and its tributaries.
Projects will include water treatment works, wastewater treatment works, sewage pumping stations and water pipelines.
And 400 homes served by the Lough Bradan Water Treatment Works and Allyhill Service Reservoir were added to the list last night.
NORTHUMBRIAN Water has won a multi-million pound contract to design, build and operate a new waste water treatment works in Gibraltar.