Dry season impacting water sources; WASA preparing temporary supply schedule

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Dry season impacting water sources; WASA preparing temporary supply schedule

The Water and Sewerage Authority (WASA) said the current dry season is impacting its water sources across the country and several communities have already been adversely affected.

In a statement the company said temporary supply schedules are being prepared and will be issued to address the current water supply challenges.

“The 2024 Dry Season continues to impact water sources across Trinidad and Tobago. The Water and Sewerage Authority is currently in the process of reviewing and adjusting our supply schedules to efficiently and equitably provide a stable and sustainable water supply to you, our valued customers.

“We have been here before, but more importantly, we have successfully managed our way through challenging times such as these. As we continue to adjust our operations, we urge all stakeholders to heighten their conservation efforts and partner with us as we navigate this environment together.

“The Authority is aware that some communities have already been adversely affected and we will work with you to provide the necessary relief. Temporary supply schedules are currently being prepared and will be made available to the national community immediately upon completion in the coming days.”

The company said customers needing assistance can get truck-borne water via the company’s mobile app or the customer portal at www.wasa.gov.tt.

The company said it continues to work with stakeholders to provide a water supply to all.