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8/8//17-The Water and Sewerage Corporation advises customers in North, Central and South Andros and Mangrove Cay that the Corporation will be carrying out disconnection exercises on all outstanding accounts beginning Monday, August 14, 2017.  Customers with outstanding accounts or who have not honored their financial agreements are requested to bring their accounts up-to-date immediately in order to avoid disconnection of their water supply.  The Corporation appreciates your cooperation in this regard.

 

20/7/17-The Water and Sewerage Corporation advises its customers in Bimini that the Corporation will begin disconnection of water supply on all overdue accounts on Monday, July 24, 2017.  Customer with outstanding accounts or Financial Agreements are advised to promptly make their accounts current in order to avoid suspension of their supply.  The Corporation appreciates your immediate cooperation in this regard.

 

17/7/17-The Water and Sewerage Corporation advises the residence of San Salvador that their water bills are ready and can be collected from the local office.

12/7/17-The Water and Sewerage Corporation advises customers in North, Central and South Andros and Mangrove Cay that the Corporation will be carrying out disconnection exercises on all outstanding accounts beginning Thursday, July 13, 2017.  Customers with outstanding accounts or who have not honored their financial agreements are requested to bring their accounts up-to-date immediately in order to avoid disconnection of their water supply.  The Corporation appreciates your cooperation in this regard.


12/6/17-The Water and Sewerage Corporation advises its customers in Central  Eleuthera that due to a recent supply pump failure at its Reverse Osmosis Plant, that water supplies were disrupted over the weekend.  The necessary repairs have subsequently been made and production re-commenced.  Some customers in Central Eleuthera will continue to experience reduced levels of service over the next 24 to 48 hours while the Corporation makes every effort to ensure that supplies are fully restored.  The Corporation  apologizes for any inconvenience caused.
 

12/6/17-The Water and Sewerage Corporation in North, Central and South Andros and Mangrove Cay advises its customers that the Corporation will commence disconnection of water supply on all outstanding accounts.  To avoid suspension of service, customers are advised to bring their accounts current, and ensure that all outstanding financial agreements are honored.

9-6/17-The Water and Sewerage Corporation advises its customers in South Eleuthera that due to a major leak within its distribution system supplies will be interrupted or at reduced pressures. The Corporation is making every effort to return services to normal in the shortest time possible and apologizes for any inconvenience caused."
 


WSC Touts Service Improvements on Morning Boil Radio Show

 

 

and relaunches their 50% off Sign Up Campaign for non-customers

 

 

 

 

9/6//17-Nassau, New ProvidenceDuring a recent visit to Island FM’s ‘Morning Boil’ talk show, the Water & Sewerage Corporation (WSC) Promotions department took time out to discuss their ongoing work to improve their product and services. WSC has undertaken several steps to improve not only the quality and strength of the water it provides but have also begun the work to improve the corporation’s customer service as well.

The WSC Corporation now offers real time response to client issues, allows easier payment for services through online payments and email billing, as well as launching its own WSC Moblie App late last year.  Using a revamped social media strategy and improved client communications using traditional media outlets, the PR team communicates daily with clients via the world-wide web and took the opportunity last week to take that message to the airwaves as guests on Island FM’s popular morning show – Morning Boil – with hosts Eddie and Sannie.

“We are a very media savvy society and so one of the things the corporation has really tried to take advantage of in terms of getting our message out to the public has been radio” said WSC Public Affairs Manager, Visna Armbrister. “We have also stepped up our game in the social media world to speak to our clients daily with any news or updates,” she added. “The Water & Sewerage Corporation was one few utilities that were able to maintain our service during the passage of Hurricane Matthew and we are extremely proud of that fact and the responses we had on our Facebook page.”

In addition to providing greater value for money through its numerous savings promotions, the corporation has reinstated its community outreach initiatives.  “One of the things we’re especially proud of is our annual Essay and Video competition which engages young people in our communities” said Devin Griffin, WSC PR assistant. “The concept is to ensure that everyone, especially our young people understand how their use of water can have a wider impact on the world.” Recently the corporation awarded the top three students from both the essay and video categories with prizes and college scholarships at a special ceremony held at the Water & Sewerage Corporation last month.

 

The team also announced that customers of WSC can expect to see several initiatives roll out in the coming weeks; some of which will result in direct savings for new customers and others which have a broader community impact. “Following the tremendous success of the corporation’s ‘Make the Switch’ and ‘Ditch the Well’ campaigns which saw thousands of customers resume service and start new services with the corporation,” said Armbrister. “WSC has resumed its 50% discount for returning and new customers until November 2017.” 

 
6/6/17-The Water and Sewerage Corporation advises customers in Central Eleuthera that a mechanical fault at its desalination plant resulted in the disruption of water supply this past weekend.  Customers should further note that the Corporation continues to work to make the necessary repairs so that water supply will be completely restored.  The Corporation regrets the inconvenienced caused as a result of the failure.

 

 

6/6/17-The Corporation advises its customers on Inagua that due to a mechanical fault at its desalination plant, water supply will be interrupted or over the next 48 hours.  The Corporation is working to restore water supply in the shortest time possible and apologizes for any inconvenience caused.

24/7/17-The Water and Sewerage Corporation advises residents of Pinewood Gardens, Coral Lakes and Boatswain Hill that the deadline to submit applications to connect to the new water supply system in the respective subdivisions is June 2, 2017.  Residents who have not applied are advised to call the Corporation at 302-5599 to find out how you can apply.

23/5/17-The Water and Sewerage Corporation advises its customers in North, Central and South Andros and Mangrove Cay that the Corporation will begin disconnection exercises on Monday May 22, 2017.  Customers who have outstanding accounts are advised to make their accounts current and those with outstanding Financial Agreements are required to see about outstanding payments in order to avoid the disconnection of their supply.  The Corporation appreciates your immediate attention to these matters. 

The Water & Sewerage Corporation wishes to advise the residents of San Salvador that a Town Meeting will be held on Wednesday, May 24th, 2017 at 7:00 p.m. in The Idell Jone’s Community Centre, Cockburn Town.  The purpose of the meeting is to discuss the new distribution system and the new connections process. Residents are encouraged to attend. Refreshments will be served.

 

17/5/17-The Water and Sewerage Corporation advises residents of South Andros that May is National Water Month and as is customary  the National Water Month Church Service will be held in South Andros on Sunday, May 21, 2017 at the Friendship Native Baptist Church.   On Monday, May 22, 2017 join the Water and Sewerage local office as they celebrate customer appreciation day and receive give-aways when you sign up for water supply.

 

17/5/16-The Water and Sewerage Corporation in Central Andros  advises its customers that  bills for the period ending May 2017 are ready and can be collected from the  Corporation's  local office in Fresh Creek.
 

15/5/17-The Water and Sewerage Corporation advises its customers  from Gray's to Turtle Cove Island that their water supply will be disruption in their  water supply beginning Tuesday, May 16, 2017 from 9am to 9pm for maintenance. The Corporation apologizes for the inconveniences caused.


The Water and Sewerage Corporation advises its customers in Long Island that bills are now available for customers from Turtle Cove to Gray’s & from Alligator Bay to Simms’s.  Water bills can be collected at the local Post Offices in Deadman’s Cay and Simms’s, Long Island, Monday to Friday, from 9:00 a.m.  to 4: 30 p.m.  Customers can contact the Water & Sewerage Corporation’s Office at telephone number 242-337-0972 for further information.   Bills can be paid at the Local Office in Deadman’s Cay and at any Royal Bank of Canada Branch in Long Island.  Bills must be paid on or before
JUNE 12th, 2017 to avoid disconnection of supplies.

 

 

 

 

 

25/4/17-The Water and Sewerage Corporation in Bimini advises its customers that the Corporation will commence the suspension of water supply beginning Monday, May 1, 2017.  To avoid disconnection of your supply, customers with outstanding accounts should visit the local office and make payments immediately or risk their water supply being disconnected without further notice.
 

 

25/4/17-The Water and Sewerage Corporation advises its customers in Bimini that as a result of pumping challenges and issues in the distribution system, all areas are experiencing periods of low to no pressures. The Corporation is working to resolve these issues in the shortest time possible and apologizes for any inconvenience caused.


 

24/4/17-The Water and Sewerage Corporation advises its customers in North, Central and South Andros and Mangrove Cay that the Corporation will begin disconnection exercises on Tuesday, April 25, 2017.  Customers who have outstanding accounts are advised to make their accounts current and those with outstanding Financial Agreements are required to see about outstanding payments in order to avoid the disconnection of their supply.  The Corporation appreciates your immediate attention to these matters. 

 

4/3/17-The Water and Sewerage Corporation  advises the public and its customers of Coral Harbour,  Bacardi Road,  Gladstone Road,  Dignity Gardens, Rolling Heights Subdivision that  improvement works will take place on April 6, 2017  which may affect water supply to the aforementioned area.  Works are scheduled to begin at 10:30 PM and is anticipated to be completed by 4:00 AM. The Corporation apologies for any inconvenience this may cause and appreciates your support as we work to improve our level of service.
 

31/3/17-The Water and Sewerage Corporation  advises the public and its customers of Collins Avenue, Fort Fincastle, Blue Hill Road, from Bay Street to CR Walker, West Hill Street, West Bay St from Arawak Cay  to Goodmans Bay  that  improvement works will take place on Friday  March 31, 2017  which may affect water supply to the aforementioned area.  Works are scheduled to begin at 10:30 PM and is anticipated to be completed by 5:00 AM. The Corporation apologies for any inconvenience this may cause and appreciates your support as we work to improve our level of service.

 

29/3/17-The Water and Sewerage Corporation advises its customers and residents in Northern, Southern and Eastern New Providence that a system upgrade will be performed on its Blue Hills Pumping Station. These works are scheduled for Saturday April 1, 2017 starting at 11:00 PM and should be completed by 3:00 AM. During this period, customers in the aforementioned areas may experience low pressure and/or no water supply. The Corporation apologies for any inconvenience that may be caused and appreciates your support as we work to improve our level of service.

 

3/27/17-The Water and Sewerage Corporation  advises the public and its customers of Collins Avenue, Fort Fincastle, Blue Hill Road, from Bay Street to CR Walker, West Hill Street, West Bay St from Arawak Cay  to Goodmans Bay  that  improvement works will take place on Thursday  March 30, 2017  which may affect water supply to the aforementioned area.  Works are scheduled to begin at 10:30 PM and is anticipated to be completed by 3:30 AM. The Corporation apologies for any inconvenience this may cause and appreciates your support as we work to improve our level of service.
 

 

3/24/17-The Water & Sewerage Corporation advises customers in Upper Bogue, Lower Bogue, Current, Current Island and the Bluff that the Corporation will be carrying out disconnection of water supply for customers with outstanding bills beginning Monday, March 27, 2017.  Customers are asked to bring their accounts and financial agreements up-to-date in order to avoid disconnection.
 

 

3/16-17-The Water & Sewerage Corporation advises customers in North, Central, South Andros and Mangrove Cay that the Corporation will be carrying out disconnection of water supply for customers with outstanding bills beginning Monday, March 20, 2017.  Customers are asked to bring their accounts and financial agreements up-to-date in order to avoid disconnection.

 

 

3/16/17-The Water and Sewerage Corporation  advises the public and its customers of Mackey Street, Jerome Avenue, Bar 20 Corner, Kemp Road and surrounding areas that  improvement works will take place on Saturday  March 18, 2017  which may affect water supply to the aforementioned area.  Works are scheduled to begin at 10:30 PM and is anticipated to be completed by 3:00 AM. The Corporation apologies for any inconvenience this may cause and appreciates your support as we work to improve our level of service.
 

 

 

3/16/17-The Water and Sewerage Corporation advises residents of  South Andros that the Corporation will hold a town meeting at the Marion Forbes Youth Center on Tuesday, March 21, 2017 beginning at 6:30pm to speak with residents about the Water Mains  Installation Works which have begun.  Residents are asked to attend this very important meeting in order to be updated on the works and what it means for the community.
 

 

3/13/17-The Water and Sewerage Corporation  advise its customers in Central Eleuthera that supplies may be interrupted due to low pressure owing to suspected leaks within the distribution system.  Every effort is being made to isolate and repair the leaks, it is expected that supplies will be restored to normal in the shortest time possible.  The Corporation apologizes for any inconvenience caused and thank you for your patience in this matter. 

 

 

3/9/17-The Water and Sewerage Corporation advises the public, its customers and the residents of Rosetta Street Palmdale that the Corporation will commence improvement works on Saturday, March 11, 2017 for a period of twenty five ( 25 ) working days beginning daily from 9am to 3pm.  During this period there may be some interruption in  water supply, road closure and detour around the work area. The Corporation apologies for any inconvenience this may cause and appreciates your support as we work to improve our level of service.

 

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3/17-The Corporation advises its customers in Central Eleuthera that due to a fault at its desalination plant, water supply will be at reduced pressures or interrupted at times.  The Corporation is making every effort to facilitate repairs and restore supplies to normal in the shortest time possible.  The Corporation apologizes for any inconvenience caused and thanks its customers for their patience in this matter.  
 

24/2/17-The Water & Sewerage Corporation advises its customers in Mayaguana that The Corporation Representatives will be visiting the island from Friday, 3rd March 2017 to Monday, 6th March 2017.   Customers are advised to bring all outstanding balances on their accounts up to date to avoid the disconnection of their water supply. Payments can be made on Friday, 3rd, March 2017 from 1:00 p.m. at The Administrator’s Office in Abraham’s Bay, from 2:00 p.m.  and at the Post Office in Betsy’s Bay and at 3:00 p.m. at the Post Office in Pirate’s Wells.

24/2/17-The Water and Sewerage Corporation in Exuma advises its customers that new bills for the period ending February 1, 2017 are available and can be collected at the Post Office in George Town, or at the Corporation’s Office located in the Turnquest  Star Plaza, George Town Exuma.
 

The Corporation further advises its customers that disconnection for all outstanding balances will begin March 1, 2017. Customers with outstanding balances and financial agreement  are advised to please bring their accounts up to date to avoid disconnection of their water supply.

 

23/2/17-

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

                                          


Project launched to improve water supply for 3,400 households in The Bahamas

 


February 23, 2017, Nassau, THE BAHAMAS – The Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) and the Government of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas have launched a project that aims to improve the water supply systems serving communities on New Providence and six Family Islands – Andros, Cat Island, and Crooked Island, Eleuthera, Long Island, and San Salvador.

The Water Supply Improvement Project, launched on February 20, is being supported by a USD 28 million (mn) loan from CDB. The loan includes an allocation of USD12.4 mn in resources provided by the European Investment Bank to CDB under the Climate Action Line of Credit. The Government of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas will contribute USD13.3 mn to the project.

“CDB has a very long history with the water sector in The Bahamas, stretching back to 1976, when we assisted with financing the facility at Morgan’s Bluff on Andros, for the transportation of water to New Providence.  This project represents our fourth intervention in the sector,” said Patricia McKenzie, Vice-President (Operations), during the project launch.

The Water Supply Improvement Project aims to renew and expand access to sustainable and safe water supplies for 3,400 households, providing new service to at least 1,800 households.  It will include the installation of more than 180 kilometres of new mains and the construction of new water storage tanks, pumping stations and well field infrastructure. 

 


The Project will help address a number of water challenges which communities across The Bahamas, particularly within the Family Islands, face. Many households rely on water from private wells, tanker trucks and rainwater harvesting to meet most of their domestic needs. Some depend on bottled water for cooking and drinking. Deteriorating water supply mains on the Family Islands, due to age, inadequate depth of placement, and the use of inappropriate materials have contributed to a high level of non-revenue water—water lost through leaks or that is not billed to customers—across the Family Islands.

“This Government remains committed to bringing about world class piped potable water to each and every Bahamian at the earliest possible opportunity.  We know that these improvements combined with other infrastructural improvements will spur greater economic development and an overall improvement in the quality of life for all of these communities in the medium term.” stated the Hon. Philip “Brave” Davis, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Works & Urban Development during his feature address.

The Project will also include technical assistance to support the Government of The Bahamas in its efforts to avoid, adapt to and mitigate the negative impacts of climate variability and climate change on water. Such impacts include changes in seasonal availability and distribution of freshwater; contamination of groundwater due to saltwater intrusion; and water shortages due to increased drought frequency and severity. Technical assistance will be provided for the development of a Climate Risk and Vulnerability Assessment and an Adaptation Plan of Action.


The Project launched today is consistent with The Bahamas Country Strategy Paper (2013-2017) and with CDB’s corporate priorities to strengthen and modernise economic and social infrastructure; and to promote environmental sustainability.

The event took place at the British Colonial Hilton Hotel in Nassau. Hon. Khaalis Rolle, MP, Minister of State for Investments; Hon. Leslie Miller, MP, Chairman of the Water and Sewerage Company (WSC); His Excellency Picewell Forbes, MP, Ambassador of The Bahamas to CARICOM; Simon Wilson, Financial Secretary in the Ministry of Finance; Colin Higgs, Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Works & Urban Development; and Glen Laville, General Manager, WSC, were also among the officials who attended the event.

 


Photos

 

Download: Patricia McKenzie, Vice-President (Operations), CDB

Patricia McKenzie, Vice-President (Operations), CDB, delivers remarks during the launch of the Water Supply Improvement Project in The Bahamas on February 20, 2017. CDB is supporting the project through a USD28 million loan.

Download: Hon. Philip “Brave” Davis, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Works & Urban Development, The Bahamas

Hon. Philip “Brave” Davis, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Works & Urban Development, The Bahamas, during his feature address at the Project Launch on February 20.

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About the Caribbean Development Bank

 

The Caribbean Development Bank is a regional financial institution established in 1970 for the purpose of contributing to the harmonious economic growth and development of its Borrowing Member Countries (BMCs). In addition to the 19 BMCs, CDB’s membership includes four regional non-borrowing members – Brazil, Colombia, Mexico and Venezuela and five non-regional, non-borrowing members; i.e., Canada, China, Germany, Italy, and the United Kingdom. CDB’s total assets as at December 31, 2015 are USD2.7 billion (bn). These include USD1.4bn of Ordinary Capital Resources and USD1.3bn of Special Funds. The Bank is rated Aa1 Stable with Moody’s and AA/A-1+ with Standard and Poor’s. Read more at caribank.org.

Contact:

Sueann Tannis

Head of Corporate Communications (Ag)

+1 246-826-3343 / 431-1886

tanniss@caribank.org

 

  

 

22-2/17-The Water and Sewerage Corporation wishes to advise its customers from Turtle Cove  to Simms Long Island that water bills are available and can be collected at the local post office in  Deadman’s Cay and Simms’s Long Island, Monday to Friday, from 9:00am-4: 30 pm.

Bills can be paid at the local office in Deadman’s Cay and at any Royal Bank of Canada Branch in Long Island.  Bills MUST be paid on or before March 20,2017 to avoid disconnection of supplies.

Customers can contact the office at telephone number 242-337-0972 for further information.

22-/217-The Water and Sewerage Corporation  advises the public and its customers of Pinewood Boulevard, Buttonwood, Sugar Apple Street, Willow Street, Jacaranda Street and Thatch Palm Street and surrounding areas that  improvement works will take place on Thursday February 23, 2017  which may affect water supply to the aforementioned area.  Works are scheduled to begin at 10:30 PM and is anticipated to be completed by 4:00 AM. The Corporation apologies for any inconvenience which  may be caused and appreciates your support as we work to improve our level of service.

 

20/2/17

 

WELCOME & OPENING REMARKS

 

BY GM

 

 

 

MONDAY FEBRUARY 20TH 2017

 

 

 

OFFICIAL LAUNCH OF

 

THE BAHAMAS WATER SUPPLY IMPROVEMENT PROJECT

 

 

 

 

At a recent general staff meeting, our employees were reminded of the important role they play, not only in national development, but in the life, and health of our citizens.

 

At times like this we also have to remind ourselves that, even as we advance towards the goal of providing safe potable water to all citizens through projects like this, we have a long way to go to efficiently provide the scarce freshwater resources to the global population. Some key statistics provides a reminder lest we, as the proverbial saying goes, not see the forest for the trees

 

 

WATER AVAILABILITY

·        Water covers over 70% of the earth’s surface but only 3% of that is fresh water

·        Most fresh water occurs as ice with less than 1% ready for human consumption

·        The amount of safe water could drop by 40 percent in 15 years if people do not change the way they use water

·        Almost 10 billion imperial gallons of potable water lost daily through water leakage in distribution networks in developing countries enough to serve about 200 million persons

·        ~800 million people (1 in 9 people) do not have access to clean water (2 ½  x US popn)

 

·        ~50% of those are in the Latin America & Caribbean

·        ~840,000 people die annually from the consequences of water-related diseases. ~100/hour ; therefore in the time taken to open these events, 200 persons have passed away as a result of water-related diseases

·        The water crisis is one of the top ten global risk based on impact to society and likelihood of occurring within 10 years as announced by the World Economic Forum, January 2015.

·        2.5 billion do not have access to adequate sanitation. 

·        There are more people who have a mobile phone than access to a toilet.

Add climate change to the above and the outlook inspires a sense of urgency in execution, and focus in climate adaptation and resilience of our services. These stark realities must forever drive us to a culture of advancement through efficient and effective service provision. This in turn will help us to better utilize scarce financial resources to fund expansions of these services to all citizens. It is especially challenging in archipelagic nation such as ours. This project will make a significant difference and have a life changing impact on those in the service area.

 

Against this backdrop and with a firm commitment and focus to fulfill our mandate of providing potable water to our nation, it is indeed a pleasure to welcome all of you on behalf of the Water & Sewerage Corporation to this Official Project Launch for the Bahamas Water supply Improvement Project.


 

 

 

20/2/17-The Water & Sewerage Corporation advises customers in North Andros that the Corporation will begin disconnection of water supply for all unpaid water bills beginning February 21, 2017.  In order to avoid disconnection of supply, customers with outstanding accounts are advised to make payments immediately and those with outstanding Financial Agreements are advise to honor them.  The Corporation thanks you for your support in this regard.

 

 

16/2/17-Water and Sewerage Corporation  advises the public and its customers of Pinewood Boulevard, Buttonwood, Sugar Apple Street, Willow Street, Jacaranda Street and Thatch Palm Street and surrounding areas that  improvement works will take place on Saturday  February 18, 2017  which may affect water supply to the aforementioned area.  Works are scheduled to begin at 10:30 PM and is anticipated to be completed by 4:00 AM. The Corporation apologies for any inconvenience which  may be caused and appreciates your support as we work to improve our level of service.

 

 

15/2/17

 

13/2/17-The Water and Sewerage Corporation  advises the public and its customers of Pinewood Boulevard, Buttonwood, Sugar Apple Street, Willow Street, Jacaranda Street and Thatch Palm Street and surrounding areas that  improvement works will take place on Wednesday  February 15, 2017  which may affect water supply to the aforementioned area.  Works are scheduled to begin at 10:30 PM and is anticipated to be completed by 4:00 AM. The Corporation apologies for any inconvenience which  may be caused and appreciates your support as we work to improve our services.

13/2/17-The Water and Sewerage Corporation  advises the public and its customers of Palmdale, Kemp Road, Big Pond, Constitution Ridge, Mackey Street and Bain Town
 that  improvement works will take place on Thursday  February 16, 2017  which may affect water supply to the aforementioned area.  Works are scheduled to begin at 10:30 PM anticipated to be completed by 4:00 AM. The Corporation apologies for any inconvenience which  may be caused and appreciates your support as we work to improve our services.
 

6/2/17-The Water and Sewerage Corporation  advises the public and its customers of Pinewood Boulevard, Buttonwood, Sugar Apple Street, Willow Street, Jacaranda Street and Thatch Palm Street and surrounding areas that  improvement works will take place on Wednesday  February 8, 2017  which may affect water supply to the aforementioned area.  Works are scheduled to begin at 10:30 PM and is anticipated to be completed by 4:00 AM. The Corporation apologies for any inconvenience which  may be caused and appreciates your support as we work to improve our services.

 

1/2/17-The Water and Sewerage Corporation advises the public, its customers and the residents of Shirley Sloop that the Corporation will commence improvement works on Thursday February 2, 2017, for period of seven days. During this period there may be an interruption in the water supply between the hours of 9:00am and 3:00pm. The Corporation apologies for any inconvenience this may cause and appreciate your support as we work to improve our level of service.
 

30/1/17-Water and Sewerage Corporation  advises the public and its customers of Pinewood Boulevard, Buttonwood, Sugar Apple Street, Willow Street, Jacaranda Street and Thatch Palm Street and surrounding areas that  improvement works will take place on Wednesday  February 1, 2017  which may affect water supply to the aforementioned area.  Works are scheduled to begin at 10:30 PM and is anticipated to be completed by 4:00 AM. The Corporation apologies for any inconvenience which  may be caused and appreciates your support as we work to improve our services.

 

27/1/17-The Water and Sewerage Corporation advises its customers in North, Central and South Andros and Mangrove Cay that the Corporation will begin disconnection exercises on Monday, January 30, 2017.  Customers who have outstanding accounts are advised to make their accounts current and those with outstanding Financial Agreements are required to see about outstanding payments in order to avoid the disconnection of their supply.  The Corporation appreciates your immediate attention to these matters.

 

25/1/17-The Water and Sewerage Corporation  advises the public and its customers of Pinewood Boulevard, Buttonwood, Sugar Apple Street, Willow Street, Jacaranda Street and Thatch Palm Street and surrounding areas that  improvement works will take place on Thursday January 26, 2017  which may affect water supply to the aforementioned area.  Works are scheduled to begin at 10:30 PM and is anticipated to be completed by 4:00 AM. The Corporation apologies for any inconvenience which  may be caused and appreciates your support as we work to improve our services.

 

24/1/17-The Water and Sewerage Corporation in Exuma advises its customers in Williams Town that the Corporation is currently experiencing a problem with its reverse osmosis plant due to electrical failure resulting in no water.  Customers are advised that the Corporation is working on the problem and hopes to have it resolved in the shortest possible time. The Corporation thanks customers for their patience.

 

23/1/17-The Water and Sewerage Corporation advises the public, its customers and the residents of Bueno Retiro Estate off Shirley Street that the Corporation will commence improvement works on Wednesday, January 25, 2017 for a period of thirty five (35) working days. During this period there may be interruption in the water supply and traffic flow near the work area.  Work will commence daily from 9:00am and 3:00pm. The Corporation apologies for any inconvenience caused and appreciate your continued support as we work to improve our level of service.

 

16/1/17-The Water and Sewerage Corporation in Farmer's Cay Exuma advises its customers that due to an electrical fault near its RO plant, the plant is currently off-line resulting in an interruption in water supply.  Efforts are being made to restore operations in conjunction with Bahamas Power and Light.  The Corporation apologizes for any inconvenience caused.
 

 

16/1/17- The Water and Sewerage Corporation advises its customers, and residents of Malcolm Road, Blue Hill Road, St Vincent and Cowpen Road East that the Corporation will commence improvement work on January 16, 2017 at 10:00 pm to 4:00am at the junction of Blue Hill and Soldier Road West  .During this period there may be some interruption in water supply, road closure and detour around the work area. The Corporation apologies for any inconvenience caused and appreciate your continue support as we work to improve our level of service.
 

14/01/17-The Water and Sewerage Corporation advises its customers in  Exuma that the reverse osmosis plant in George Town is experiencing  electrical failure due to a burnt out panel.  Customers from Ramsey to Rolle Town will be affected, the estimated time for  repairs is approximately 4 hours.  The Corporation apologizes for the inconvenience caused during this time.

 

12/01/17-The Water and Sewerage Corporation advises the public, its customers and residents of Sea Link Drive, between East Street South and  Blue Hill Road South, that the Corporation will commence improvement works on Friday, January 13, 2017 for a period of three (3) days. During this period there may be interruption traffic in flow near the work area due to detours between the hours of 9:00 am and 3:00pm. The Corporation apologies for any inconvenience caused and appreciate your support as we work to improve our level of service.   

 

12/1/17-The Water and Sewerage Corporation advises its customers in Eleuthera that repairs to the reverse osmosis plant are ongoing and it is hoped that repairs will be completed in the shortest possible time.  The Corporation apologizes for the inconvenience cause during this time.

 

12/1/17-The Water and Sewerage Corporation advises its customers in Long Island that repairs to the reverse osmosis plant are continuing, and it is hoped that repairs will be completed in the shortest possible time.  The Corporation apologizes for the inconvenience caused during this time.

 


09/01/17-The Water and Sewerage Corporation advises its customers in Central Long Island that the Corporation is undertaking repairs at its Reverse Osmosis Plant; supply will be interrupted for approximately 24 to 48 hours while the contractor works to restore the plant to full capacity. 

 

 

 

 

The Corporation apologizes for any inconvenience caused.

 

 

29/12/16