Ninety–two percent of Water Treatment Plants have returned to service.
This update was contained in a media release issued by the Water and Sewage Authority on Friday afternoon.
It came as river conditions at various Water Treatment Plants continue to normalize.
Remedial works are being conducted at two plants, to return those facilities to operation at the earliest.
The update on the WTPs that were impacted is provided below along with the current status and details of the plants returned to service.
|REGION||FACILITY LOCATION||AREAS AFFECTED||STATUS|
|NORTH EAST||Caura||El Dorado, Tacarigua, parts of Tunapuna||Returned to service|
|La Pastora||La Pastora, Lopinot|
|Mc David||Surrey Village, Lopinot|
|Acono||Maracas – St. Joseph|
|Aripo||Santa Rosa, Wallerfield, Malabar|
|Guanapo||Parts of Arima|
|North Oropouche||Sangre Grande, Manzanilla, Malabar, La Horquetta, Brazil, Mausica, Maloney, Golden Grove, Five Rivers|
|Matura||Matura||Cleaning works in progress|
|NORTH WEST||Las Cuevas||North Coast||Cleaning works in progress|
|Blanchisseuse||Returned to service|
|La Canoe||Parts of Santa Cruz||Returned to service|
|St. Anns||Parts of St. Anns|
|La Fillette||North Coast|
|Grand Curacaye,||Parts of Santa Cruz|
|SOUTH||Trinity||Parts of Moruga||Returned to service|
|Petrotrin Guyaguayare||Guyaguayare||Area being supplied from another source.|
|TOBAGO||Hillsborough West||Bacolet, John Dial||Returned to service|
|Highlands Road||Mason Hall, Moriah|
|Courland||Plymouth, Crown Point|
|Richmond||Richmond, Goodwood, Roxborough|