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States to consider water changes

Water shortages in Alderney could soon be a thing of the past if the States vote to improve the quality and quantity of water in the island.

The General Services Committee is asking the States to approve a four phase plan which could eventually replace the existing system.

Other proposals include installing a new storage unit at the Trigale site.

The Alderney Water Board is responsible for the supply of water to some 1,300 households and commercial users.

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