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WASCO Provides Northern Water Supply Shutdown Update

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The Water and Sewerage Company Inc. (WASCO) wishes to inform the public that repairs to the raw water line from the John Compton Dam to the Theobalds Treatment Plant are on schedule.

As of Sunday 17 December, 2023 all systems are still in operation. However, due to low pressure, customers at the extreme ends of the service line and at higher elevations may experience an interruption in their supply.

The planned repairs are necessary to fix existing defects on the line.

We remain committed to ensuring the supply of water is restored as soon as possible following completion of these repairs.

WASCO apologizes for the inconvenience caused to its valued customers.

SOURCE: Water and Sewerage Company Inc. 

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3 COMMENTS

  1. They take the water in Beausejour Phase 2 already. That utility is in need of some serious regulation. Hopefully the regulator, NURC, can step up to the challenge in 2024. Choops tun.

  2. Wasco…..yol again! Is only in Castries and Gros Islet yol have customers to give notice. The rest of the island are kabwits as they never get notices!

  3. WASCO, we are in the 21st century and you all still can’t get it right. Always no water at Beausejour Phase 2.

    People in Caye Manje and surrounding don’t seem to have this issue.

    Get your act together please.

    Thank you.

    Frustrated consumer

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