MWA governor inspects the potential and efficiency of water production

MWA governor inspects the potential and efficiency of water production

MWA governor inspects the potential and efficiency of water production at Bang Len Pump Station and Mahasawat Water Treatment Plant relative to expected droughts and floods

Mr. Prinya Yamasamit, Governor of Metropolitan Waterworks Authority (MWA), led MWA executives on 11 July 2020, to visit and encourage operational staff at Bang Len Pump Station and Mahasawat Water Treatment Plant. The visit was to follow up the water situation, raw water level, water flow condition, potential of waterways, availability of raw water transmission, and potential and efficiency of water production in light of expected drought and flood situations arising. It was found that the MWA is well prepared to provide service to the public around the clock.


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