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WASA gets New Board

  THE Water and Sewerage Authority (WASA) has a new board. The board was approved by cabinet on Thursday and will be chaired by Dr Lennox Sealy – consultant specialising in organizational transformation and development who has worked on major transformation exercises for governments across the region. The other commissioners are: Ravindra Nanga, attorney; Ramnarine […]Read More

WASA Reservoir Levels Remain Low

  WATER levels at reservoirs in Trinidad and Tobago remain low. In a tweet, the Water and Sewerage Authority (WASA) noted that as of Monday, all reservoirs remain below their long term averages. WASA has noted that at the Caroni/Arena dam the level was at 44% capacity with the long term average of 69.42%. Hollis […]Read More

No Water in South East Trinidad on Friday (March 6)

  THERE will be no water in parts of South East Trinidad on Friday (March 6) between 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. because of electrical works. In a statement on Thursday, the Water and Sewerage Authority (WASA) noted that customers in parts of South East Trinidad served by the Maloney Water Treatment Plant would experience an […]Read More

No Water in Parts of Central Trinidad on Thursday

  SOME residents of Central Trinidad will be without water on Thursday (December 12). The Water and Sewerage Authority (WASA) has stated that maintenance works at the Carlsen Field Water Treatment Plant will leave residents in parts of Central Trinidad without water It stated that the interruption is scheduled for December 12 from 9 a.m. […]Read More

Rowley: WASA Bankrupt

  A US$72 million contract with DESALCOTT in 1999 has permanently bankrupted the Water and Sewerage Authority (WASA). This according to Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley during a Standing Finance Committee Meeting in Parliament as the debate on the 2020 Budget continued on Monday. Rowley said the contract ends in 2036. ——————- Member of Parliament […]Read More