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 Water and The Environment: How Do They Coexist? Essay  Competition Winners

1st Place Winner-Megan Brown-Nassau Christian Academy

2nd Place Winner-Trevon Stubbs-Aquinas College

3rd Place Winner-D'Asia Russell-Eight Mile Rock High

 Water and The Environment: How Do They Coexist? Video Competition Winners

1st Place Winner-Trayias Bowe-Aquinas College

2nd Place Winner-Kendyll Curry-Aquinas College

3rd Place Winner-Calvin Brown-C.V. Bethel High School

 

 

Water for Survival Essay Competition Winners

 

1st place Winner Michael Miller Water for Survival

 

2nd place  Winner Dehron Smith Water for Survival

  

3rd place Winner Water for Survival - Mathilda Saintil

 

 

 

Water for Survival Video Competition Winners

  

1st place Winner Wayneisha Saunders

2nd place Winner Marbria Wilmore

3rd place Winner Kamal Hudson

 

 

Water for Survival, Value Every Drop - 2016 National Water Month Essay Competition Scoring Guide

 

Water for Survival, Value Every Drop - 2016 National Water Month Video Competition Scoring Guide

  

Water and Sewerage Corporation, Is It a Monopoly?   

 

Water drives job creation and economic growth, says new UN report

Usace Water Resources Assessment (2004) Link 

 

New Providence June 2001  

 

Benchmarking Data Source

 

The Bahamas Use Of Deep Wells For Effluent Disposal, and as a Source Of Seawater usable for Multi-Purpoese.

By:Richard V. Cant, Consultant Hydro geologist at the Water and Sewerage Corporation.

 

Land based fuel spills in the Bahamas. Final draft

By:Richard V. Cant, Consultant Hydro geologist at the Water and Sewerage Corporation

 

The Water Resources of The Bahamas (1)

By:Richard V. Cant, Consultant Hydro geologist at the Water and Sewerage Corporation

     

A SUSTAINABLE FUTURE FOR THE EXUMAS, water resources and water supply

By:Richard V. Cant, Consultant Hydro geologist at the Water and Sewerage Corporation  

 

The Bahamas use deep wells for effluent disposal 3

By: Richard V. Cant, Consultant Hydro geologist at the Water and Sewerage Corporation 

 

WORLD WATER DAY 2015

    

WATER AND SEWERAGE CORPORATION REVERSE OSMOSIS PLANT

 

WATER AND SEWERAGE CORPORATION NATIONAL WATER MONTH STUDENT ESSAY COMPETITION

 

 

  WSC Educational Seminar Video 

 

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