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WSC launches Mobile App

Posted by: WSC Guru Posted Date: 10/13/2016

wscMobile App, Available in the Apple App Store & the Android Market 


The Water & Sewerage Corporation is releasing wscMobile, a mobile app in October of 2016. The app will be available in all of the islands where the Corporation provides service. The goal of the app is to provide our customers with a convenient and effective tool to connect with the Corporation and our many services.

wscMobile, has several features that users will find beneficial. One of the key components of the app is its complaint reporting feature. Complaints can now be submitted directly from a smartphone, its progress can be tracked and notifications will be sent when its status is updated. Complaints will also be mapped and users will be able to see those near to their location; this can prove useful if wanting to determine if a leak has previously reported.

A second feature of wscMobile, is that it allows users to access WSC’s online payment and account management platform. Not only does it allow users to pay their bills securely, but customers can view their consumption history, see past payments, download bill statements, get up-to-date account information and manage more than one account within the app.

Outage notifications will be posted and will be accessible from within wscMobile. For those users wanting to speak directly with an agent can do so from our contact page. A toll free number is also provided for Family Island users.

The Water & Sewerage Corporation encourages our customers to take advantage of our other services including our bill e-notification and account management systems. WSC continues to strive to provide efficient, quality and timely service to our customers. wscMobile is the next step in our commitment to quality and growth.



By Shantelle Lopez, Thursday, October 13, 2016


WSC Cut in Water Losses

Posted by: WSC Guru Posted Date: 04/16/2013

The Water and Sewage Corporation expects an $81m contract with Israeli firm Miya Water will result in a significant reduction in water loss.

WSC General Manager Glen Laville told The Tribune yesterday that as it stands, the Corporation loses around 6.5 million gallons of water a day. A closer look revealed, he said, that the massive waste puts the WSC at more than a $16 million a year disadvantage.

But Mr Laville said that with the expertise of Miya Water, there are high hopes to reduce the losses to about $2 million. Miya has guaranteed, according to Works Minister Philip “Brave” Davis, to reduce the water losses.


Click here to read full article.

(Courtesy of The Tribune, April 16, 2013)


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