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What a waste!

WHAT A WASTE! While householders in northern parishes continue to face serious water shortages and dry taps, gallons of the precious commodity were literally going down the drain for hours in Bawdens, St Andrew Monday. Residents and passersby complained to Barbados TODAY that as early as 8 a.m. water from this burst pipe was gushing many feet into the air and up to well after 3 p.m. Monday the wastage was continuing.

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4 Responses to What a waste!

  1. Francis McClean
    Francis McClean September 27, 2016 at 12:24 am

    One would think that given the situation regarding water, that they would rush with the utmost urgency to fix any water leakage. On face value alone, It’s not a gud luk atol for others who don’t have water to see water wasting like that. In fact, it’s maddening as hell.

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  2. Vernon Chandler
    Vernon Chandler September 27, 2016 at 5:28 am

    BWA didnt go & burst it…and how will they kno about it if no one report it?

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  3. Lennox hewitt September 27, 2016 at 6:09 am

    So how u no nomone reported it ? I and many others report burst pipes and there take more than amweek to fix it u may not beleve me but there come and fix aneda one i tell them there tell me call the water works imagine pipe burst dem fixing a burst i tell dem dem tell me call the company so how u now no one call ? and i wud risk to bet that people kore dan one call and d water were shooting up n the air over 10 feet .so u don’t pick up for dum .

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  4. Andy September 27, 2016 at 8:12 am

    This is how the BWA operates all the time…sometimes weeks go by, even months for them to fix leaking mains….ask the people in Holders hill, and Durants village and surrounding areas…and all that brown water for years……

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