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Ruptured Main Causes Water Woes in Princes Town

  A ruptured transmission pipeline has been blamed for the recent disruption of water supplies in Princes Town and environs. In a release, the Water and Sewerage Authority (WASA) stated that the 2019 and 2020 Dry Seasons have led to low water levels at the country’s main reservoirs, including Navet that supplies the Princes Town […]Read More

FFOS: Half TT Population Doesn’t Have Daily Water Supply

    HALF the population of Trinidad and Tobago does not have a daily supply of fresh water. This according to Corporate Secretary of environmental group Fishermen and Friends of the Sea, Gary Aboud in a release on Tuesday. He raised several issues with the Water and Sewerage Authority (WASA) claiming that it continued to […]Read More

High Water Levels at TT Reservoirs

AFTER a harsh dry season in 2019, Trinidad and Tobago’s reservoirs are on the rise with recent rains. On its Twitter account, the Water and Sewage Authority (WASA) posted the current levels of the reservoirs. As of the January 13, the levels of the nation’s dams are as follows: The Hollis Dam is currently at […]Read More

A Water Miracle

It was a miracle! At approximately 5.30 a.m. on Tuesday almost 300 gallons of pipe borne water filled my water tanks! Can I get an AMEN! I refer to this as a miracle, since before Tuesday water had not been pumped to my house in close to eight months. I would love to say before […]Read More

FFOS: DESALCOTT Deal did not Bankrupt WASA

  FISHERMEN and Friends of the Sea (FFOS) is saying that the bankruptcy of the Water and Sewerage Authority (WASA) is due to “a wide range of reasons.” It issued a response after it was revealed that the Government was currently negotiating another loan of $500 million annually for the purchase of potable water from […]Read More

WASA: No Water on Thursday for Some Areas in North

  WATER and Sewerage Authority (WASA) customers served by the Valsayn A Booster Station will have an interruption in their water supply on Thursday 24 October 2019, between of 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. WASA said this has become necessary in order to undertake emergency mechanical repairs at the facility. The affected areas include: Along […]Read More

Facebook Blogger Hits Back at PM

  A Facebook blogger has gone on the offensive against Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley after he accused her of spreading fake news. Suzette Louwe, in an open letter to the prime minister said, “I am not afraid of you.” On October 17 she posted on the Facebook page that she was told that water […]Read More

Water Woes for Moka, Haleland Park

  MOKA – MECHANICAL problems at the Moka Well #4 is causing a disruption in service to the Water and Sewerage Authority (WASA) customers served by this facility. WASA said emergency repair works presently underway were scheduled to be completed by 10 p.m. Saturday September 28, 2019. Affected areas include: Moka Samaan Gardens Perseverance Haleland […]Read More

Water Woes for Half-a-Million as Desal Plant Shuts Down

  MORE than 500,000 people in South and Cen­tral Trinidad will be im­pact­ed by a short­age of pipe-borne from September 30 when the De­sali­na­tion plant goes down for maintenance. The plant will come back up on October 16. Dur­ing a press con­fer­ence held at De­sal­cott in Point Lisas on Thurs­day, its gen­er­al man­ag­er John Thomp­son […]Read More

Hollis Reservoir Still Low

  CHIEF Executive Officer of WASA Alan Poon King says the water level at the Hollis Reservoir is still low. He made a visit to the reservoir on Wednesday and said the water level was unusual for this time to year. The reservoir has a capacity of one billion gallons but now stands at 300 […]Read More