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Water Supplies Department

Water Supplies Department
水務署
Industry Water supply
Headquarters Wan Chai, Hong Kong, China
Area served
Hong Kong
Key people
Enoch Lam Tin Sing (Director)
Ng Mang Tung (Deputy Director)[1]
Website www.wsd.gov.hk

The Water Supplies Department (WSD; Chinese: 水務署) is the department under Development Bureau of the Government of Hong Kong of the People's Republic of China providing a reliable and adequate supply of wholesome portable water and sea water to customers in Hong Kong. The headquarter office is located at the Immigration Tower on Gloucester Road.[2]

Contents

  • Organisational structure 1
  • Transportation 2
  • See also 3
  • References 4

Organisational structure

  • Customer service branch
  • Development branch
  • Finance and information technology branch
  • Mechanical and electrical branch
  • New works branch
  • Operations branch
  • Contract advisory unit
  • Public relations unit
  • Departmental administration division
  • General administration section

Transportation

The WSD headquarter office is accessible within walking distance North of Wan Chai Station of the MTR.

See also

References

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