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Off-site discovery session I

Mühlau hydroelectric power station supplies the highest quality drinking water to a large part of Innsbruck. The first of its kind of this size in Europe, it was built in 1946 and finally opened seven years later. The capacity of the two storage tanks for potable water is 26,400 m3. The water is distributed to the households in Innsbruck via a circular pipeline. During the tour, you’ll find out even more interesting facts and figures about Innsbruck’s municipal water services. Practical shoes recommended. Walkway towards storage tank partially narrow or with reduced height.

Maximum number of participants: 25