WASA

Service disruption for WASA north-central Trinidad customers

WASA customers served by the Caura Water Treatment Plant currently are experiencing a disruption in water supply… as WASA carries out emergency valve replacement works, to a defective 12 inch valve, at the corner of Karamath Street and Caura Royal Road, El Dorado.

The disruption began at eight this morning, and repair works should be complete by four this afternoon.

WASA says this has become necessary in order to facilitate the replacement of a defective 12-inch valve, at the corner of Karamath Street and Caura Royal Road, El Dorado.

No water tomorrow for WASA customers between El Dorado Road and Dinsley Gardens

WASA customers served by the Caura Water Treatment Plant are being advised that there will be an interruption in their water supply tomorrow, Friday 25 October, 2019.

The disruption will take place between 8 am and 4 pm.

WASA says this has become necessary in order to facilitate the replacement of a defective 12-inch valve, at the corner of Karamath Street and Caura Royal Road, El Dorado.

WASA Working on Valsayn A Booster Station

Parts of North-West Trinidad currently are experiencing a disruption in water supply… as WASA carries out emergency mechanical repairs at the Valsayn A Booster Station.

The disruption began at eight this morning, and repair works should be complete by four this afternoon.

Parts of Northwest Trinidad affected by the disruption include: areas along the Eastern Main Road from St Joseph to Upper Santa Cruz, namely…

Along the Eastern Main Road from St. Joseph to Aranguez Main Road, San Juan including: Champs Fleurs, Mt. Hope, Mt. Lambert And Petit Bourg;

Water supply disruption on Thursday in North-West Trinidad

Parts of north-west Trinidad will experience a disruption in water supply tomorrow, Thursday 24 October, 2019.

WASA says this is as a result of emergency mechanical repairs that will be carried out at the Valsayn A Booster Station.

The disruption will take place between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m.

Affected areas include: areas along the Eastern Main Road from St Joseph to Upper Santa Cruz, namely:

No new increase to WASA rates

WASA has issued an official statement concerning rumours circulating in social media, that water rates will be increased soon. The statement reads as follows:

“The Water and Sewerage Authority (the Authority) has taken note of certain publications being circulated on social media. In this regard the Authority wishes to advise customers and the public that there has been no new increase to its rates and it applies rates as approved by the Regulated Industries Commission under the Public Utilities Commission (PUC) Order #83 of 1993. 

DESALCOTT completes maintenance works ahead of schedule

 

Works at the Point Lisas Desalination Plant have been completed ahead of time.

According to a statement from the Water and Sewerage Authority (WASA), maintenance works wrapped up on Thursday, five days ahead of schedule.

The water supply is now expected to be restored to affected areas over the next 48 hours.

During the period of the shutdown, DESALCOTT conducted necessary repairs and upgrades to critical equipment and systems, to ensure the reliability of operations at the plant for the upcoming 2020 Dry Season.

WASA urges citizens to 'fill up', two week water shutdown coming

More than 500,000 house­holds in South and Cen­tral Trinidad will be im­pact­ed by a short­age of pipe-borne wa­ter when the De­sali­na­tion plant goes down for 16 days in a planned shut­down next month.

Among the ar­eas af­fect­ed will be Ca­roni, St He­le­na, Char­lieville, Ch­agua­nas, Cunu­pia, Cara­pichaima, Cou­va, Clax­ton Bay, Mara­bel­la, Gas­par­il­lo, San Fer­nan­do, Co­coyea, Union Hall, La Ro­maine, Wood­land, Palmiste, Phillip­ine, Ram­bert Vil­lage, South Oropouche, Fyz­abad, Av­o­cat, Siparia, Pe­nal, San Fran­cique, Rousil­lac, Aripero and La Brea.

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