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New projects in the pipeline to cover 100% of drinking water needs

A new desalination plant in Moni, Limassol with a cost of €80 million is in the pipeline through the National Investment Plan for Water Projects for water sufficiency and the use of reclaimed water.

The National Investment Plan for Water Projects lists in order of priority the water projects of the Water Development Department and other water agencies, with a total budget of €1.17 billion. Some 93 water projects are included in the Plan. The priority projects are under construction and include 33 water infrastructure projects for water supply, projects for wastewater (to comply with our commitments under the European Wastewater Directive), projects for reclaimed water, and irrigation, with an estimated value of €721.8 million and a completion horizon of 2024-2029.

Another 60 projects are under evaluation with an estimated value of €445.5 million with a start and completion horizon of 2025 and 2030 respectively. These include projects to enhance water security in urban areas and communities throughout Cyprus.

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