BARBADOS WATER AUTHORITY
PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT
The Barbados Water Authority is advising the public that discoloured water which may be seen increasingly in some parishes is not as a result of the volcanic ash currently impacting Barbados.
The discolouration is caused from sediment being dislodged on the resumption of water flowing…
The Barbados Water Authority is happy to update the public this morning, Monday, February 22nd, that its Customer Service number 434-4292 is working once again.
IT personnel have resolved the issue.
Customers can continue to report any emergencies to our Customer Service Centre at 434-4292 between 8:30 am and midnight (daily).
The Barbados Water Authority would like to share its enhanced water tanker COVID-19 safety protocols with its customers.
When collecting water from BWA tankers, customers must wear face masks and ensure that they have sanitized hands and containers, place their containers under the pipe and step back a minimum of 6…
The Barbados Water Authority wishes to advise the public that their water tanker crews will be refilling community tanks ONLY today February 17th, 2021. There will be no house-to-house delivery of water today.
Based on the increase of Covid-19 positive cases in Barbados, the BWA team is meeting today to enhance the Covid-19 protocols for…
The Barbados Water Authority reminds the public that its tanker crews will continue to observe the COVID-19 protocols when providing water to persons in the various communities.
When collecting water from BWA tankers, customers are asked to wear their masks, place their containers under the pipe AND STEP BACK.
The Tanker Assistant will fill the…
The Barbados Water Authority wishes to inform that its Payment Centre is scheduled to reopen to the public from Monday, February 15th. Face-to-face customer service will, however, still not be available.
This is subject to any further advices issued by the Ministry of Health and Wellness or the Government of…
BARBADOS WATER AUTHORITY
TOWN HALL MEETING
The Barbados Water Authority (BWA) will be hosting a series of virtual Town Hall Meetings on the 2020 Water Protection & Land Use Zoning Policy
from 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. on Tuesday 9th, Thursday 11th and
Tuesday 16th February, 2021.
The meetings are to discuss…
The Barbados Water Authority wishes to inform that its Payment Centre will be closed to the public from Wednesday, February 3rd to Tuesday, February 9th in accordance with the directive given by the Government of Barbados.
Please remember that water bills can also be paid online via:
The Barbados Water Authority wishes to advise that a stray bullet damaged a transformer at one of its pumping stations in the south. The Royal Barbados Police Force is currently conducting investigations into the matter.
BWA crews are on-site working with a team from the Barbados Light and Power to rectify the problem. Customers in…
Only local districts in the following areas should be affected:
Suspected 3-inch burst main at Conset, Bay St. John. Suspected 4″ burst main at Bairds Village, St. George. 3-inch burst main Padmore Village, St Philip. Suspected burst main at Marchfield Village, St Philip. Suspected 6-inch burst main at West Terrace, St James (near the old post office).…