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Private treatment Scotland's first PFI water scheme has had a long gestation but should have a speedy construction.

Two inconspicuous sewage plants being built amid stunning Highland scenery around Inverness and Fort William represent the vanguard of Scotland's long awaited privately financed water industry. The pounds 600M plus package of European Union- demanded clean- up schemes is seen by many as Scottish construction's future lifeblood.

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