Police officers, families affected by sewage

Police officers and their families are now calling on relevant authorities to look into this issue, which has been left unresolved for over two years.

Since moving in to the Red Sea Barracks on April 2017, from the condemned Gordon’s Police Barracks, electricity, plumbing and many more issues have been affecting residents.

Moresby’s new sewage system to be funded by Japan

The sewerage system is a result of a contract agreement signed for the Port Moresby Sewerage System Upgrade Project (POMSSUP) with Dai-Nippon – Hitachi (Joint Venture) of Japan on October 14th at the cost of K369 million.

Kumul Consolidated Holdings is the implementing agency for POMSSUP which involves the upgrading of the existing coastal sewerage system currently operated by Eda Ranu.

There are two main sewerage systems in Port Moresby, one for the inland area and one for the coastal area. The upgrade is for the coastal area.