The Establishment of the Water of Beirut and Mount Lebanon (E.B.M.L.) has recently launched its new website and mobile application in a statement explaining the importance and aim behind this new service.
E.B.M.L explained that its aim through this is to “enhance communication with subscribers and all citizens and encourage them to complete their transactions from homes, especially in these circumstances that Lebanon is going through with the Coronavirus (COVID-19) epidemic.”
According to the statement, the new website and mobile application provide a large number of services, most notably the following:
Monitor and pay the bills directly from the participant’s account.
Register a water subscription or request a new subscription.
Fill out the form to request any of the institution’s services.
Submit a complaint and track its processing.
Review the institution’s projects and tenders.
See the institution’s announcements and activities.
Identify the five-pointed water system
Many other specifications and new features are also available, according to the E.B.M.L, all designed to serve the citizens and make it easy on them electronically.
It is worth noting that the launching of this new online service coincides with the revival of the UN “World Water Day 2020” under the slogan “Water and Climate Change.”
E.B.M.L. invites citizens to not hesitate to browse its website site and use the facilities it offers. Residents of Beirut and Mount-Lebanon can also download the new EBML App on their smartphones and stay updated with all new.
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