Public Urged To Do Their Part During Harsh Dry Season

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Public Urged To Do Their Part During Harsh Dry Season

Trinidad and Tobago is facing what has been described as a crisis point in terms of a decline in rainfall levels and its impact being experienced.

The deficit for the Water and Sewage Authority stands at 35 million of gallons of water a day.

However, there is a level of confidence the various steps taken by the utility can be able to take the nation through this serious period.

Minister of Public Utilities, Marvin Gonzales, made the remarks while speaking at a news briefing held  on Monday.

He cited the importance of water conservation efforts by the public, water scheduling put in place by WASA and the difficulties faced locally and in the region because of the harsh dry season.

Gonzales cited some of the projects embarked upon to ensure water production levels are improved.