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Stromness project completion

A £10 million Scottish Water project which will maintain and improve the environment of Stromness Harbour has been completed. The project has seen a major upgrade to the local waste water network, modernising the historic infrastructure serving the town and ensuring all Scottish Water sewers within Stromness are connected to the town’s waste water treatment works at Bu Point. The work involved the creation of an interlinked system of rising mains and gravity sewers, together with pumping stations, around the town’s harbour-front. The project has been delivered by Scottish Water’s alliance partner, amey-Black & Veatch (aBV).

A £10 million Scottish Water project which will maintain and improve the environment of Stromness Harbour has been completed.