BWA working on south coast sewage woes

Crews of the Wastewater Division (WWD) of the Barbados Water Authority (BWA) are currently on the scene of overflows on the south coast – notably Hastings, Worthing and Rendezvous in Christ Church.

These overflows are due to a breach in the network system and a block in the sewage lines.

Following a strategy meeting at the South Coast Sewage Treatment Plant (SCSTP) earlier this week with technical teams from the Authority and the WWD, specialized materials have been ordered to address the ongoing challenges in the network and in the lines.

In the interim,  the WWD’s crews are working assiduously to manage the overflows until the breach and blockage can be rectified.

The BWA apologizes for any inconvenience to its valued customers and the public and thanks them for their patience and understanding. (PR) 

 

3 Responses to BWA working on south coast sewage woes

  1. John Everatt November 24, 2017 at 8:50 pm

    Patience and understanding ran out al long time ago.You guys and the minister need to get together on your stories cause they do not match. You knew there was a blockage a week ago because you announced that yet you are telling us that it is not yet cleared. According to Estwick in in this very same publication today there is nothing that can be done and the sewage will continue to flow. At least get your stories straight.

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  2. milli watt November 24, 2017 at 10:26 pm

    want one a dem picks………..this crowd is the only crowd getting pay raises and got de place stink stupse

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  3. Belfast November 24, 2017 at 10:38 pm

    Here we go again! WE HAVE IT FIXED THIS TIME. Some rose tree trimmers.

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