Ghana Water Company Limited was established on 1st July 1999, following the conversion of Ghana Water and Sewerage Corporation into a state-owned limited liability company under the Statutory Corporations (Conversion to Companies) Act 461 of 1993 as amended by LI 1648.
The first public water supply system in Ghana, then Gold Coast, was established in Accra just before World War I. Other systems were built exclusively for other urban areas among them the colonial capital of Cape Coast, Winneba and Kumasi in the1920s.
During this period, the water supply systems were managed by the Hydraulic Division of Public Works Department. With time the responsibilities of the Hydraulic Division were widened to include the planning and development of water supply systems in other parts of the country.
In 1948, the Department of Rural Water Development was established to engage in the development and management of rural water supply through the drilling of bore holes and construction of wells for rural communities..... Read More
The scope of works of the project involves construction of intake weir and pumping station, construction of a 500m3 per hour Treatment Plant as well as the construction of office...
The Project, estimated to cost 23.112 million dollars, involves the rehabilitation and expansion of water source, rehabilitation of existing 2,500m3 a day treatment plant...