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Murphy Opens £160 Million Belfast Sewers Project

20 May 2010 15:37

Regional Development Minister, Conor Murphy with Laurence MacKenzie, NI Water Chief Executive
Regional Development Minister Conor Murphy today officially opened a major stormwater pumping station at Duncrue Street in Belfast. This marks the completion of NI Water's £160million Belfast Sewers Project.

Launched in 2006, the important project is one of the biggest infrastructure schemes to be completed in the north and will bring major benefits to Belfast including a cleaner environment and reduction in flooding. Picture: Michael Cooper

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