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BWA Encouraging Customers to Settle Arrears

The Barbados Water Authority is inviting customers whose accounts are in arrears to make arrangements to settle the outstanding amounts by October 31st this year. Customers should visit the Authority’s Headquarters in the Pine between 8:30 am and 4:30 pm to have a...

BWA Commences Drive to Recover Outstanding Arrears

Over the past thirty (30) months, the Barbados Water Authority (BWA) has given the public the responsibility of honouring all debts to the Authority without repercussions for not doing so. During this period, the BWA’s receivables portfolio has risen by 26 million....

CSC Hotline Temporarily Unavailable

The Barbados Water Authority wishes to advise the public that today, Monday, September 12th, its Customer Service hotline number 434-4292 is temporarily unavailable. In the interim, customers may use the PBX number 434-4200. An update will be provided when the...

Update: BWA Stations in the North Back Online

The Barbados Water Authority informs residents of some St. Lucy and St. Peter areas that pumping has resumed at the stations supplying these parishes. It may take some time for normal supply to be restored to all affected districts. Therefore, the Authority’s tankers...

BWA Stations in the North Offline

The Barbados Water Authority informs residents of some St. Lucy and St. Peter districts today Sunday, September 11th that it has had to stop pumping from two Stations in the north to facilitate repair of burst mains in Josey Hill and Chance Hall in St. Lucy. As a...

BWA CONDUCTING EMERGENCY WORK

The Barbados Water Authority informs residents and businesses in Wanstead, Oxnards, Thorpes and surrounding districts in of St. James that the Pumping Station which supplies them with water will be taken offline today Thursday, September 8th between 8:30 am and 12...

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BWA Encouraging Customers to Settle Arrears

The Barbados Water Authority is inviting customers whose accounts are in arrears to make arrangements to settle the outstanding amounts by October 31st this year. Customers should visit the Authority’s Headquarters in the Pine between 8:30 am and 4:30 pm to have a...

BWA Commences Drive to Recover Outstanding Arrears

Over the past thirty (30) months, the Barbados Water Authority (BWA) has given the public the responsibility of honouring all debts to the Authority without repercussions for not doing so. During this period, the BWA’s receivables portfolio has risen by 26 million....

CSC Hotline Temporarily Unavailable

The Barbados Water Authority wishes to advise the public that today, Monday, September 12th, its Customer Service hotline number 434-4292 is temporarily unavailable. In the interim, customers may use the PBX number 434-4200. An update will be provided when the...

Update: BWA Stations in the North Back Online

The Barbados Water Authority informs residents of some St. Lucy and St. Peter areas that pumping has resumed at the stations supplying these parishes. It may take some time for normal supply to be restored to all affected districts. Therefore, the Authority’s tankers...

BWA Stations in the North Offline

The Barbados Water Authority informs residents of some St. Lucy and St. Peter districts today Sunday, September 11th that it has had to stop pumping from two Stations in the north to facilitate repair of burst mains in Josey Hill and Chance Hall in St. Lucy. As a...

BWA CONDUCTING EMERGENCY WORK

The Barbados Water Authority informs residents and businesses in Wanstead, Oxnards, Thorpes and surrounding districts in of St. James that the Pumping Station which supplies them with water will be taken offline today Thursday, September 8th between 8:30 am and 12...