Making Water Everybody’s Business!

The Malta Water Association’s goal is to help protect Malta’s water resources for future generations from irreversible damage, and ensuring resilience for potential climate change threats.
We aim to achieve this by engaging with stakeholders and the public at large towards a courageous water policy that enforces water as a public good (rather than a privatised commodity); and establishes water pricing that reflects its true value – while suggesting alternatives.
Since 2011, MWA has contributed to the water cause by making a case for an integrated policy framework as a basis for a National Water plan, engaging with politicians & stakeholders, providing concrete viewpoints and expectations, supporting educational visits or talks, enabling knowledge transfer, while incessantly raising public awareness.


Sewage – A Discarded Resource

Sewage - A Discarded Resource

Article about sewage treatment and reuse published on Times of Malta. Greta Muscat Azzopardi writes: When we think…

Will Malta’s Water Plan See The Light Of Day?

Will Malta's Water Plan see the light of day?

Article published on Times of Malta on December 11, 2014. Vincent Gauci writes: Never have Malta’s groundwater resources…

Flood Relief Project – Will It Cope With Reality?

Flood relief project - will it cope with reality?

By Philip Grech The National Flood Relief Project (NFRP) nearing completion and reported on in The Times of…

#SaveEarth #SaveTheOceans Ocean Acidification Explained: Excellent Video >
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Italian marine biologist, graphic designer, and communicator, Tullio Rossi, explains the science of ocean acidification, its effect on baby fish, and what we can do to prevent it.

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Fil-programm Leħen il-Bidwi u s-Sajjied li se jixxandar il-lejla fit-8 pm fuq Radio 101, se niddikutu l-ilma ttrattat (New Water) għat-tisqija.

Il-mistieden tagħna l-lejla se jkun il Kap Eżekuttiv tal-Korporazzjoni tas-Servizzi tal–Ilma, is-Sur Richard Bilocca.

Kull min irid jagħmel xi kumment jista iċemplilna fuq 21230101
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How is water transferred from Malta to Gozo? Is it through pipeline between Cirkewwa possibly leading to Hondoq? Or perhaps other means?
Thank you for your help
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The Malta Independent pg 4.
"One of the projects, the minister said, was related to the protection and sustainable management of the water table."
Of course, tra il dire e il fare c'è di mezzo il mare.
P.S. On a PR level, the fact that groundwater has been mentioned specifically in the Press Conference, a few days after the PR battle with WSC, shows that MWA and Uni students managed to make an impact.
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Today Mr. Brian Restall visited the Msida Sea Scouts and provided our members with valuable information about the importance of water. Thanks for your visit! It was very interesting and our members really enjoyed it! ... See MoreSee Less

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