Planned maintenance works to affect residents in the north

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Press Release: The Water and Sewerage Company Inc. WASCO wishes to inform the public of scheduled maintenance works on the raw water line at the John Compton Dam.  As a result customers receiving water from JCD  in the north of the island from South Castries to Cap Estate,  will experience an interruption in the water supply on Wednesday December 15th 2021 from 6 a.m.

Upon completion of the works, the supply of water will be restored, however customers at higher elevations and at the further end of the system will experience delays.

Consumers are advised to store water ahead of the outage period. WASCO regrets the inconvenience caused to our valued customers and we thank you for your patience.

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4 COMMENTS

  1. Again this company proves time after time that it is worthless with communication. A major outage like this has only a same day notification to customers…talking about over 60% of saint lucians. Where is NURC to penalise utltity companies like Wasco. Wth is SCHEDULED maintenance when you interrupt the service given no prior notice ?

  2. No thanks for the late update! Why are we being told after the fact? And it’s not good enough for WASCO to mere tell us “upon completion of the works, the supply of water will be restored”! Give us a dam time frame — even an estimated one! Can we expect water in 6-8 hours? Or, within 12-24 hours? Or 48-72 hours? People need better information in order to plan properly! Where is your Public Relations skills, WASCO? Or maybe you don’t give a dam!

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