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WASCO Launches Water Tank Promotion

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The Water and Sewerage Company Inc (WASCO) has launched a water tank promotion to help its customers store and conserve water during the dry spell.

The promotion began on Tuesday, will last until July 31, 2024, and offers storage tanks in sizes from 132 US gallons to 1,000 US gallons.

WASCO’s Corporate Communications Officer, Tovah Gibson, invited customers to visit the company’s customer service department to apply.

Gibson explained that the department would manage the application through the customer’s account.

She clarified that a convenient payment plan is available for applicants who are property owners and have a good standing with WASCO, making it easier for them to participate in the promotion.

However, tenants must access the water tank promotion through their landlords.

Gibson said WASCO has partnered with Brice and Company, the only water tank manufacturer in Saint Lucia.

Payment for the tanks could extend over eight months.

Saint Lucia is experiencing a severe dry spell with reduced rainfall and increased evaporation, significantly impacting WASCO’s ability to provide water to its customers.

“Most of our systems are beginning to dry up,” Chief Executive Officer Zilta George-Leslie told a news conference on Wednesday.

 

 

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4 COMMENTS

  1. There is no absolute way that the designer of the tanks meant for them to be squeezed I that way! But wait…that’s a Brice truck ina
    wasco promo…..based on the defects observed,….splendid marketing to BriceCo!!

  2. Such a great initiative here especially during the dry season. I own a Brice tank and itโ€™s the best quality. The fold of the tank is normal it returns to itโ€™s original form does not affect the quality! Hope people get to benefit from this promotion.

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