St. Lucy Residents Impacted by Problem at BWA’s Alleynedale Pump Station
BARBADOS WATER AUTHORITY
PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT
The Barbados Water Authority (BWA) wishes to advise residents and business in St. Lucy that yesterday Thursday May 2nd, the Authority’s Pumping Station at Alleynedale went offline for an extended period.
The station was restarted but the stoppage affected reservoir levels at Half Acre and in turn impacted residents in several St. Lucy districts today Friday, May 3rd.
The areas that may now be suffering low pressure or water outages include:
Benthams, Colleton, Colleton Gardens, Shermans, Clinketts, Half Moon Fort, Sutherland, Checker Hall, Maycocks, Brownfield, Husbands, Content, Crab Hill, Grape Hall, Greenidges, Connell Town, Northumberland, Hope Road, River Bay, Spring Hall, Chance Hall, Bishops, Rockfield, St. Clements, Pie Corner and surrounding areas.
BWA crews have been dispatched to assist customers via water tanker as a temporary measure.
Persons experiencing an outage or a problem are reminded that they can call Customer Service at 434-4292 between 8:30 am and 12 midnight everyday.
The BWA sincerely apologises for the disruption in service and thanks its valued customers for their patience.
Friday, May 3, 2019