When Czechs start tap water again, it won’t be a new project
In Czech Republic, the Czech Republic Water Agency (KIW) has started working on a new water supply project, but its still a work in progress.
In an interview with Czech news website TVpravo, the head of the agency, Janos Czap, said that the project would not be an “artificial” water supply, but instead, “a new water source for Czechs”.
He added that the water was already being prepared by the local authorities, and would not require any additional funding.
The project was first mentioned in the Czech press back in May, when the head office of the Czech Government told journalists that the government was in discussions with water authorities around the country to find a new source of water.
It is hoped that the Czech government will eventually invest in the project, as well as in the water grid, and the new water will not be completely dependent on foreign sources.
The government is not the only one to be working on the project; Czech Prime Minister Bohuslav Sobotka has also promised to bring back the water supply in 2019.
This is a good sign, and one that will hopefully give Czechs a fresh water supply for years to come.
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