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Great importance is given by the Board on the daily and systematic monitoring of water quality to protect the public health. According to the results of chemical and bacteriological analysis, carried out by the State General Laboratory on water samples taken by the Health Services of Larnaka from the Board’s sources, the water reservoirs and various points of consumption, water is healthy and suitable in all respects for human consumption.

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Part of the amount of water distributed through the water supply network is not recorded by the water meters of the consumers due to inaccuracies, false indications of water meters and other related causes, or even due to water losses. These losses are mainly due to leaks that cannot be detected in time or damages to the network caused by third parties.

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Larnaka Water Board (LWB) has received 7 million euro from the EU’s Recovery and Resilience Facility which it will invest to improve customer service and enhance the efficiency of the utility’s operations. LWB’s investment comes under the Cyprus Recovery and Resilience Plan Policy Axis 2 and specifically Component 2.3 – ‘Smart and sustainable water management’, which comprises of national objectives relating to Water Supply and Sewerage Services. The proposed investment will be implemented through two distinct projects: the “Construction of a 10,000 m3 reservoir at Klavdia” to increase LWB’s supply capacity, as well as the “Adoption of smart technologies to improve the efficiency of LWB” with the installation of smart meters, water quality and water pressure sensors and the use of Digital Twin Decision support tools and online customer platforms. To find out more information on LWB’s investment click here: Read more