Part of the transformation plan for the Water and Sewage Authority is having a new management structure for the utility.
WASA’s 426 managers will be reduced to half of that number.
All of the new positions in the company will be advertised.
Minister of Public Utilities, Marvin Gonzales, said an interim management team has been running the operations of WASA until the new structure takes effect.
Speaking on the Mr Gonzales said the aim is to have a smooth transition and minimise the possibility of disruption.
Minister Gonzales said the population is interested in getting a reliable water supply on a daily basis.
Mr Gonzales said several measures have been put in place to help boost the water supply and in two weeks’ time he will present to the Prime Minister a capital improvement plan which will focus on among other things targeting new sources of water.
From September this year the process will take effect.