ISLAMABAD: The administration of the Capital Development Authority is working on multiple projects to provide the residents of Islamabad with clean drinking water. An estimated PKR 495 million have been set aside for other projects including repair & maintenance of rusting tube wells, water pipelines, water tankers, and replacement & installation of new pipelines.
The water supply department of CDA is working actively to provide clean drinking water to the people of the city, said a CDA official. In this regard, not only damaged and rusting water lines are being repaired but also tube wells and water reservoirs. Minor faults and broken motors are also being fixed and replaced.
Tube wells in sectors F-11, G-10, G-11, I-9 & I-10 have been repaired and renovated. The water tanks are also being repaired. Water supply has been restored in F-6, F-7, F-8, F-10, G-6, G-7, G-8, G-9, G-10, G-11, H-9, H-10, I-9, I-10, Rawal Dam, Poona Faqiran, Humak Town, and other areas.
The water supply department of CDA has also repaired 12 damaged water filtration plants after which 35 water filtration plants have now become operational. Furthermore, repair work of rotten water pipelines in F-10, F-11, G-11, I-9 and I-10 is underway.