WASA says mechanical problems impacting water supply to Central Trinidad

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WASA says mechanical problems impacting water supply to Central Trinidad

The Water and Sewerage Authority (WASA) is advising customers in parts of Central Trinidad served by the Hermitage Booster Station, who are presently without a pipe borne water supply that, this is due to mechanical problems impacting one of the pumps at the facility.

In a statement on Saturday, WASA said emergency repair works currently underway are expected to be completed by 6pm on Monday, 14 February.

Affected areas include: Union Road, Hermitage and environs, Macaulay, Bagitola, Springvale, Forres Park, Caratal Road (Kancham Hill).

Also, customers in parts of St Ann’s and environs served by Savannah Well #10, who are presently experiencing a disruption in their pipe borne water supply, are advised that this is due to a mechanical problem affecting the pump at the facility.

WASA advised that ongoing major emergency repair works are expected to be completed by February 16.

Areas affected include: Upper St Ann’s including Hutton Road, Teracita, Upper Lady Chancellor Road, Stewart Dale, Sydenham Avenue, St Ann’s Gardens and St Ann’s Hospital.

The Authority further advised that it may take up to 24 hours for the service to normalise to some affected areas following the completion of these repairs.

A limited truck borne water supply is available upon request.

For further information or assistance, customers can contact WASA’s Call Centre toll free at