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Public Utilities Minister: Water Sector Used to Pursue Profit Agendas

  CITIZENS of Trinidad and Tobago have been wronged by people who have used the water sector to pursue agendas for profiteering. This according to Minister of Public Utilities Marvin Gonzales in a release on Sunday in response to the weekly press conference of the United National Congress. He said, “The citizens of this country […]Read More

Commentary: How My Husband Fixed a WASA Booster Station

  THE Water and Sewerage Authority is a mess. “What a surprise!” said absolutely no one. Except for President of the Public Services Association Watson Duke, whose modus operandi is to be completely contrary despite the obvious. In fact, Mr Duke claims WASA is the best it has ever been. He has even gone so […]Read More

WASA to be Transformed

  THE Cabinet of Trinidad and Tobago is not going to dissolve the Water and Sewerage Authority (WASA). This despite a Cabinet sub-committee recommending the incremental dissolution of the debit-riddled state enterprise to be replace with a water management company. Minister of Public Utilities Marvin Gonzales make this revelation at press conference on Tuesday. He […]Read More

Alexander: Audit All of WASA

  The head of the Citizens Union of Trinidad and Tobago Phillip Alexander is calling for an audit on the Water and Sewerage Authority (WASA). His call comes following Public Utilities Minister Marvin Gonzales ordering an audit into WASA’s water shortage facilities after a ten million gallon storage tank at Picton Road, Laventille and another […]Read More

Minister: Energy Audit, Retrofit of Tower C Near Completion

    By Sue-Ann Wayow AS an oil and gas producing country, the sustainable use of energy resources is the first step towards a sustainable and resilient energy future. This is according to Minister of Public Utilities Marvin Gonzales who spoke at the opening ceremony of a Health, Safety, Security and Environment (HSSE) conference and […]Read More