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Welsh Water is to invest £4.5m in improvements to its water treatment works at Llyn Padarn in Snowdonia by next summer.
Welsh Water is to invest £184m in improvements to its water supply and infrastructure business over the next six months, including a £24m energy park in Wrexham.
Dwr Cymru Welsh Water has unveiled outline plans for a £4m Great Welsh Water Park at the 350-acre Llys y Fran Country Park near Haverfordwest, including a sports activity centre.
Welsh Water is to relocate 400 staff to a 35,000 sq ft office at the 28 West building at Celtic Springs in Newport next year.
Welsh Water has submitted plans to set up an operations depot and office at the former Hotpoint site in Bodelwyddan, with the creation of 200 jobs.
Dwr Cymru Welsh Water is planning to build a £28m water treatment works at Dolbenmaen by 2015.
Welsh Water is to invest £1bn in water infrastructure projects in Wales, Deeside and Herefordshire over the next three years, with the creation of 1,500 construction jobs.
Welsh Water is to create 40 jobs at a new water quality laboratory in Newport by the end of the year, as part of a £8.6m investment.
Welsh Water is to invest £8.6m in improvements to the Eithin Fynydd water treatment plant in Gwynedd by March 2011.
Welsh Water has announced plans to invest an additional £41m in reducing the risk of flooding, improving the environmental performance of waste water treatment works and increasing water resources in certain areas.
Welsh Water is to be acquired by a consortium of companies and local authorities operating under the name of Glas Cymru Cyfyngedig in a £2.4bn deal.