The 40-year-old drinking water lines renewed
Denizli Metropolitan Municipality DESKİ is completely renewing the drinking water lines of MESKA houses, which frequently caused malfunctions due to being built in the 1980s. Mayor Zolan met with the citizens and said, ''We promised, we do. ''
Denizli Metropolitan Municipality Water and Sewerage Administration (DESKİ) General Directorate started the work to completely renew the drinking water lines of MESKA houses in Mehmet Akif Ersoy Neighbourhood, which frequently caused malfunctions and explosions due to their construction in the 1980s. Denizli Metropolitan Municipality Mayor Osman Zolan examined the works initiated to renew the 7-kilometre drinking water line of MESKA houses in Mehmet Akif Ersoy Neighbourhood. The Metropolitan Municipality DESKİ General Manager Niyazi Türlü, Metropolitan Municipality Deputy Secretary General Ali Aydın, Seval Gebeş, Serhat Akbulut and Ömer Faruk Özer joyned Mayor Zolan during the visit. After the inspection, Mayor Zolan met with the residents of the neighbourhood, where he announced the beginning of the completely renewing work of the 7-kilometre drinking water line in the region, as they promised.
The world's best quality pipes are used
Stating that the MESKA houses were built as social housing many years ago, Mayor Zolan said that due to their age, there are frequent breakdowns and explosions of drinking water pipes in the region. Expressing that citizens have great complaints about this issue, Mayor Zolan talked about the dangerous effects of these malfunction on drinking water. Mayor Zolan stated that they included the project for the renewal of the drinking water lines of the region in their investment plan. In this conext, they did the tender and started the work on the project. Mayor Zolan said, ''We will renew our approximately 7-kilometre drinking water line using the best quality pipes in the world. Hopefully, these new lines will serve the region for many years, and our citizens will be satisfied. We made a promise to our citizens, and we keep it. I wish to be beneficial to our city. ''