Thirteen new water treatment plants are set to be constructed across the country, accompanied by upgrades to 12 existing plants, according to the Chief Executive Officer of Guyana Water Incorporated, Sheik Baskh. This announcement highlights the commitment to improving water infrastructure and accessibility nationwide. Anthonio Dey reoprts.
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