Water team cracks the Roslin code

Scottish Water asset planner Steven Greenhill, regional community manager Bill Elliot and head of support services Ewan Robertson at Rosslyn Chapel.
Scottish Water asset planner Steven Greenhill, regional community manager Bill Elliot and head of support services Ewan Robertson at Rosslyn Chapel.

Scottish Water has cracked the code for Roslin.

Not only has the utility company helped to improve the natural environment of the village but it has also released additional capacity within the local network.

Recently completed improvements at the Roslin waste water treatment works will directly benefit the natural environment of the River Esk.

The £400,000 project is also helping to support the economic growth and development of the area, accommodating additional capacity, helping to support the construction of Rosslyn Chapel’s new visitor centre.

Chapel trust director Colin Glynne-Percy said: “We are grateful that Scottish Water has been able to provide additional capacity, permitting us to connect into the public system and allow for the construction of this important visitor centre, enhancing facilities at Rosslyn Chapel, which attracts 140,000 visitors to Midlothian from all over the world.”

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