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BWA notice

Residents in several eastern parishes should brace for disruptions to their water supply on Wednesday.

The Barbados Water authority has advised that there will be a shutdown along Bath to Sealy Hall, St John as work continues on its mains laying project.

The BWA says customers could experience low pressure or water outages in Consett Bay, St Marks, Fortescue, Bath, St Margaret’s, Glenburnie and Foster Hall.

Communities likely to be affected in St Joseph include Tent Bay, Bathsheba, Joes River, St Elizabeth, Cattlewash and East Coast Road.

In St Andrew, customers in Belleplaine, Lakes, Isolation Road, Franklin Doughlin Road, Babylon, Walkers, Shorey Village, Chalky Mount, Cambridge, Bruce Vale, St. Simons, Bawdens, Cane Garden, Bruce Vale and Baxters in St. Andrew should also be prepared.

The BWA has urged customers to store an adequate amount of water for the duration of the shutdown.


5 Responses to BWA notice

  1. Karie N Bryan
    Karie N Bryan February 29, 2016 at 6:15 pm

    That is a normal thing for st Andrew people

  2. Keera Harding
    Keera Harding February 29, 2016 at 6:26 pm

    If the BWA wud fix broken pipes and come wen ppl call instead of waiting months b4 wanna come we wudnt have this prob.

  3. Sharon Sealy
    Sharon Sealy February 29, 2016 at 8:09 pm

    I guess they couldn’t wait until Wednesday because we don’t have no water now in Belleplaine, St. Andrew.

  4. Jade Kimone
    Jade Kimone February 29, 2016 at 10:06 pm

    So what else is new? Water always off in those areas so no one wont know the difference

  5. Wayne P Hoyte
    Wayne P Hoyte February 29, 2016 at 10:30 pm

    Does laying new main equate to low pressure and outages? Only connection would cause such… so B T ask the relevant questions and bring better to the public.


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