Saturday, April 13, 2024

Emergency repairs ongoing in Cattlewash, BWA says


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The Barbados Water Authority (BWA) said it was addressing a suspected burst on a 10-inch main on Monday in Cattlewash, St Joesph.

Work begun in locating this section on the main, but progress was hampered by the soil conditions in that area.

The BWA said customers located in the following areas may experience low water pressure or outages: Cattlewash, Cambridge, and Dark Hole in St Joesph, and Belleplaine, Cane Garden, St Simons, Walkers, and Morgan Lewis in St Andrew, and surrounding areas.

The Authority will continue to make every effort to assist residents in the affected districts via water tanker as a temporary measure.

The BWA apologised for the inconvenience these service disruptions will cause and will update the public as the day goes on.



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