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Environmental investment project in Hillhead and Kelvingrove Park areas of Glasgow starts

Scottish Water is about to start a major project on its waste water infrastructure in the West End of Glasgow to improve the environment and water quality in the River Kelvin.

In the first stage of the project, the utility company is to invest around £2.5m in improvements to its key waste water infrastructure.

The project forms part of Scottish Water’s £250m, five-year programme of work to improve river water quality and the natural environment across the Greater Glasgow area, helping the city to grow and flourish.

Scottish Water is about to start a major project on its waste water infrastructure in the West End of Glasgow to improve the environment and water quality in the River Kelvin.