German Engineers Complete Another Optimization Mission of the Bamenda III Council Water Scheme

In a bid to enhance water quality, accessibility and reliability, German engineers Karli Heinisch and Gerd Muller undertook another mission to optimize the water scheme serving the Bamenda III Council Municipality. 

Over the span of ten days, their tireless efforts have transformed the water system, bringing forth significant improvements for the local community.
The endeavor began with meticulous planning and execution, as highlighted by updates shared on their Facebook page, Verein zur Förderung der Trinkwasserversorgung in Kamerun e.V. From rebuilding pre-filters to tuning and disinfecting reservoirs, the engineers left no stone unturned in their quest to elevate the water infrastructure.
One major achievement during this mission was the successful installation and testing of a sand pump at the dam, which is a crucial component in ensuring water quality and efficiency. 

Despite facing challenges such as extreme heat and the need for stolen cable replacements, Heinisch and Muller remained undeterred, demonstrating their commitment to the project started since 2016.
Perhaps the most significant achievement of their endeavor this time around was the completion of a new reservoir, boasting a remarkable increase in storage capacity of over 130%. This not only signifies a substantial advancement in supply security but also heralds a new era of improved water access for the residents of Bamenda III Council.