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Rambally: Don’t Take Water Away from Population

  WATER is an essential part of life and should not be withheld from the population especially at this time when there is an emphasis on health and sanitisation.  On Thursday, Members of Parliament  for Chaguanas West and East Dinesh Rambally and Vandana Mohit both issued press releases calling for debt recovery action being undertaken by […]Read More

Plenty Rain, No Water in Mayaro

    By Sue-Ann Wayow DESPITE the heavy rainfalls, several communities in Mayaro still have a shortage of pipe-borne water. Member of Parliament for Mayaro Rushton Paray in a press release on Thursday said that he has made several attempts to have the problem rectified. But all have proved futile. Paray said he tried on […]Read More

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

WASA Investigating Illegal Water Discharge at Caroni Plant

    THE Water and Sewerage Authority (WASA) is investigating an illegal discharge of water affecting the Caroni Water Treatment Plant and the Caroni River. In a press release issued on Tuesday, WASA stated the illegal discharge was reason for a disruption in water services for customers in north, central and south Trinidad. WASA stated […]Read More

Parts of St James Without Water

PARTS of St James will be without water until Sunday night. The Water and Sewerage Authority (WASA) said some residents of St James could see an interruption in their water supply as the Rosslands Booster Station was experiencing a mechanical issue. WASA said repair works were currently underway and expected to be completed by 10 pm on Sunday. Areas affected […]Read More

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