Guernsey Water project aims to improve water quality

St Saviour's Reservoir
Image caption During the work a car park and part of the reservoir walkway will be closed

Guernsey Water is installing a pipe on the bed of the St Saviour's reservoir to stop stream water getting into the island's water supply.

The project includes work by a diving team and is due to start 12 October and will run until next February.

Director of water services Andrew Redhead said: "Improving the quality of the raw water will ultimately lead to better quality treated water."

During the work, the east car park and part of the walkway will be closed.

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