Water Reclamation Division (formally called as “Sewerage Division”) started its journey as a separate division in 2007 to augment the sanitation infrastructures and services in the country. Today we are diversified to provide Consultancy, O&M services, and Sanitation solutions for both public and private sector. We are passionate about innovation and learning. We value, share and grow our expertise. We push our thinking. When we can’t change a situation, we change ourselves
What we do
We provide sanitation engineering consultancy services which include, value engineering, structural & process assessments of fecal sludge management systems, design reviews and structural advice for renovations and building remedial works etc.
Kandy City Wastewater Management Project (KCWMP) has a total coverage of 733 ha. within Kandy Municipal Council area for cater the demand of 55,000 Residents plus 150,000 Migrant population. Design horizon is year 2030.
The Project consists of 14,000m3/day capacity Treatment Plant, Effluent Disposal System, Sludge Drying Beds, Main Pump Station, Wastewater Collection System of 235 Km, 09 Manhole Pump Stations, Property Connections and Developing Sanitary Facilities for High Densely Low-Income areas.
This Project is planned to expand the existing sewer collection network to increase the present coverage in Ratmalana/Moratuwa area. The project consist of Expansion of sewer collection network (127Km with riders) and Construction of new (06 nos) pump stations and modification of Existing (04 nos) pump stations and wastewater treatment plant
Connection Enhancement project will be addressing the requirement of enhancing the sewerage collection networks (8,000 connections ) in Five major areas ; Dehiwala / Mt.Lavinia , Kolonnawa, Kurunegala , Kataragama and Hikkaduwa.
Project consist of:
- Expanding the existing sewer network
- Construction of new Pump stations (12 Nos)
- Improvement of existing pumping capacities in pumping mains
- Augmentation of Kataragama and Hikkaduwa Waste water treatment plants.
- Providing of gully suckers and jetting machines to Hikkaduwa and Kataragama schemes.
The SHIFT Project aims to provide wastewater disposal infrastructure facilities to 200,000 people living in South and West coastal areas namely Negambo, Galle/Unawatuna and Kelaniya/ Peliyagoda. First phase of SHIFT includes provision of wastewater infrastructure for Negambo city, Feasibility Studies, detailed design and tender documentation for Galle/Unawatuna and Kelaniya/Peliyagoda areas, pro-poor fund to provide sanitation facilities for the low income people in the project area. In addition, it will provide a Technical Assistance (TA) program to provide recommendation to enhance the water and sanitation sector institutional framework, ensure its sustainable financing and to implement a sewerage management skills development plan.
Water Reclamation Section
National Water Supply & Drainage Board
Thelawala Road, Ratmalana
Additional General Manager
Deputy General Manager
Assistant General Manager