Press Release

MWSC to give consultancy and design for storm water management in Hdh. Kulhuduffushi and Gdh. Thinadhoo

MWSC gets awarded the Contract for designing and building water supply network at Maamigili, Dhiggaru and Mulah islands

MWSC and Island Beverages Maldives (IBM) launches PET bottle recycling programme

MWSC obtains the certificate on OHSAS18001:2007

MWSC inaugurates its newest operation center in Raa Dhuvaafaru

MWSC agrees to supply, install and commission an RO plant system at K. Guraidhoo

MWSC celebrates World Water Day 2013

MWSC conducts training of operators for operational and maintenance of water supply and sewerage systems in the Maldives

MWSC signs an agreement with Ministry of Environment & Energy for the designing and building of Sewerage System in L.Gan

MWSC installs Solar Panels at HDh. Kulhudhufushi Operation Center

MWSC participates Walk to commemorate "World Cancer Day"

MWSC Launches New Brand 'Fen'

MWSC Outsources The Water Kiosk At Hulhumale' To Tug Service Marine Pvt Ltd

MWSC Signs Water Bill Collection Agreement With Five P Investments Pvt. Ltd To Provide An Ease To Pay The Water Bills In Male'

MWSC Officially Inaugurates Angle-Butt Welding Facility

Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry of Japan and Hitachi Plant Technologies Ltd, in conjunction with MWSC, hold a symposium on Bilateral offset credit mechanism for Maldives

MWSC conducts a training on Desalination Unit Operation & Maintenance and Water Management For Tuvalu Island.

MWSC develops capacity to produce its own range of pipe fittings

MWSC inaugurates water services to K. Gulhifalhu

MWSC signs Agreement with the Ministry of Gender, Family and Human Rights to extend sewer system at the Home for People with Special Needs in K. Guraidhoo

MWSC lays the foundation for Raa. Dhuvaafaru water project

MWSC is working towards attaining the certificate on OHSAS18001:2007

MWSC signs a service and land agreement with Dhuvaafaru Council to provide water services to the island

A step towards sustaining energy cost

MWSC conducts training on sustainable operation, maintenance and management of water supply systems in small islands

MWSC signs Water Bill Collection Agreement with Bulk Company Pvt. Ltd to provide an ease to pay the Water Bills in Villimale'

MWSC staff plant trees at K.Villingili in celebration of World Environment Day

MWSC holds information session regarding water services provision at R. Dhuvaafaru

MWSC celebrates World Water Day 2012

MWSC to start providing water services at R. Dhuvaafaru

MWSC gives sewerage services briefing at K. Maafushi

MWSC enters into a contract with K. Maafushi council to operate and maintain sewerage systems of K. Maafushi

MWSC conducts a nation-wide training programme on sewer system operation and maintenance

MWSC signs MOU with Hitachi Technologies for implementing an Intelligent Water System

MWSC Staff plants trees at K. Gulhifalhu in collaboration with GPD to celebrate World Environment Day

MWSC's winning achievements at the 1st Inter-Office Carrom Tournament 2011

MWSC water distribution system temporary power failure

MWSC celebrates 16th Anniversary

President Nasheed inaugurates the MWSC water kiosk at Kulhuduffushi Port

MWSC donates to the Maldivian Red Crescent Japan Fund for the victims of the Japanese earthquake and tsunami disaster

MWSC inaugurates Automatic Meter Reading and e-Services

MWSC participates in CHSE Environs Fair

MWSC signs Agreement with Maldives Post Limited for facilitating bill payments via Post-Pay

Inauguration of new distribution pumping system at Hulhumale’

MWSC staff participate in National Unity Day minute of silence

Water and Sewerage Service Briefing for Kulhudhuffushi Residences

MWSC Signs contract with GPD for providing Exclusive services of Water & Sewerage Facilities in Gulhi Falhu

Delegation from Tokyo Metropolitan Government meets with MWSC Management Team

MWSC signs contract with MHE for the Operation and Maintenance of HDh. Kulhudhuffushi Sewerage System

Inauguration of Water Services at HDh. Kulhudhufushi

Inauguration of Water Services at G.Dh Thinadhoo

Kudakudhinge Hiyaa

World Environment Day - MWSC participates in the rally held by the Ministry of Housing, Transport and Environment

Official Inauguration of K. Maafushi Water Services

HITACHI Plant Technologies Ltd participate in the operation with MWSC

15th Aniversary

World Water Day 2010 (22nd March 2010)

New Website

2011-12-28

MWSC has conducted a training programme on the Operation & Maintenance of Sewerage Systems targeted to all Utility Companies in the Maldives. The 14-day programme which was conducted from 11th – 28th December 2011 was facilitated by Ministry of Housing & Environment and funded by UNICEF.

The main objective of the training programme was to educate the participants of the course with the expertise required to operate and maintain sewerage systems. A total of nine candidates from all Utility Companies participated in this programme.

Speaking at the closing ceremony held today to give away certificates to participants of the programme, the Chief Guest, Minister of State for Housing and Environment, Mr. Akram Kamaaluddeen commended MWSC for the comprehensive training carried out during this short period of time. He thanked MWSC’s senior management and coordinators of the programme. He also expressed his gratitude to UNICEF for their generosity in funding the programme.

In the welcome remarks, Mr. Mohamed Rasheed, the Engineering Manager of MWSC said that it was an honor for MWSC to have conducted such a training programme for the country’s youth. He expressed his hope that the participants of the training programme would find it as an opportunity to develop their own careers in this valued field with dignity and devoted interest.

Speaking on behalf of the participants of the training, Mr. Hassan Ali Didi from Upper South Utilities Ltd, expressed the participants’ appreciation to MWSC for the knowledge and experience that was delivered to them and praised the company for a comprehensive and well-done job to educate the participants about the operation and maintenance of various types of sewerage systems. He also expressed his gratitude to the contribution of the instructors’ valuable time and effort that was provided during the field experiences in both Malé & Hulhumalé.

The training programme covered a vast range of topics related to different types of sewerage systems on how they are operated and maintained. Furthermore, the training programme also covered areas related to identifying sewer blockages, network maintenance, safety precautions and importance of creating awareness to the end-users of the sewerage systems.