IN a few days time Leung Ngan-yuk will get fully-treated water piped into her home for the first time. The 68-year-old, who lives in a stone hut in Tsing Lung Sun Tsuen, near Sham Tseng, is one of hundreds of villagers in Sham Tseng, Tsing Lung Tau, and Ma Wan, who will receive purer water from Thursday. They now have chlorinated water. Ms Leung said yesterday: 'Sometimes the water is yellowish. Although it tastes all right, we still cannot help thinking the water may have problems.' She had lived in Tsing Lung Tau village for almost 40 years. Stage I of the Sham Tseng water treatment works project, now complete, cost $97 million and is able to provide 23,000 cubic metres of treated water per day. Stage II, now being designed, will increase the capacity to 36,500 cubic metres to meet future demand.