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WASCO Announces Temporary Water Supply Shutdown

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The Water and Sewerage Company Inc. (WASCO) wishes to confirm that the planned temporary shutdown of the northern water supply to conduct critical repairs is scheduled for Friday 1st March 2024 with an anticipated 48hours completion time frame.

This maintenance work seeks to improve the water service reliability to customers.

During this period, consumers from Millet to Cap Estate will experience an interruption in their water supply.

The repair work involves addressing damages on the raw water line between the John Compton Dam and the Theobalds Treatment Plant in Ciceron.

While this may cause temporary inconvenience, these repairs are necessary to enhance the overall efficiency of the water supply system.

To prepare for the planned shutdown, WASCO advises consumers to increase their potable water storage capacity.

We appreciate the understanding of our consumers during this short-term disruption and assure you that we are committed to completing the repairs promptly. If you experience any supply interruptions or localized faults, please contact WASCO’s control room at the following numbers: 457-3958, 457-3960, or  451-9812.

Faults can also be reported via WhatsApp number: 482-0052.

WASCO thanks you for your continued cooperation and patience as we work to improve and maintain the reliability of water supply system.

SOURCE: Water and Sewerage Company Inc. Photo: Stock image

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8 COMMENTS

  1. Another shutdown while places like Norbett have not had water for ONE MONTH. NO TRUCKING to the area either. But water is life they say. WASCO eh care! Just like this government.

  2. Hey! let’s face it. WASCO’s management team should be selling fishcakes on the waterfront. They have earned their spurs. They’re useless.

  3. And imagine these people have the guts to disconnect you when u don’t pay them for a service u never have , I never have water for two months straight . Bunch of jokers

  4. And imagine these people have the guts to disconnect you when u don’t pay them for a service u never have , I never have water for two weeks straight . Bunch of jokers

  5. 4 days of water in 2 months cap estate. Wasco has everyone in jail, Fire them all! Smph inconceivable!,,,,, where’s our independence for water? Smfh the roads up to sandals cap and after are pure donkey shit!,,,,,,,,,, smph u gonna post this STLT bc u haven’t posted my last 4 comments on cabutttttt watering there lawns in the middle of the night in the midst of this lack of water for 2 months and my comments on WASCO! Not posted!,,,,,, smph

  6. To have a shut down there must first be water in the lines. We haven’t had water in our WASCO line, that is Reduit, Mount Primad for over 4 weeks. All our storage tanks are bone dry empty!
    SMDH!! Shut down is a joke.

  7. To have a shut down there must first be water in the lines. We haven’t had water in our WASCO line for over 4 weeks, that is Mount Primad, Reduit. Our storage tanks are bone dry empty!! SMDH!!! Shut down of what exactly!

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