Water lot of work at Glencorse

Alex Neil MSP, the cabinet secretary for infrastructure and capital investment, toasts the opening of Glencorse Water Treatment Works.
Alex Neil MSP, the cabinet secretary for infrastructure and capital investment, toasts the opening of Glencorse Water Treatment Works.

A NEW Penicuik plant has come on stream to supply Edinburgh’s drinking water.

Scottish Government cabinet secretary Alex Neil raised a glass to toast last week’s opening of the Glencorse Water Treatment Works (WTW).

Scottish Water’s £130 million facility serves up to 450,000 customers across the city and parts of Midlothian.

Chairman Ronnie Mercer said: “Drinking water quality is at an all-time high in Scotland. The new Glencorse Water Treatment Works will ensure that our customers across Scotland’s capital and beyond receive the highest quality drinking water for many years to come.”

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