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Water Rate Change For Registered Farmers

Registered farmers are advised that the agricultural water rate became available effective May 1st, 2022. Farmers who wish to access the new rate will be required to follow a simple process which includes: Filling out the forms available on the Ministry of Agriculture...

FAQs on new Water Rate for farmers

Question #1: Who is a registered farmer? Answer: A registered farmer is an individual or enterprise that is actively engaged in farming and has been issued a valid Farmer Identification Number or Card by the Ministry of Agriculture and Food and Nutritional Security....

Ionics Desalination Plant Back Online

Update #2 The Barbados Water Authority wishes to update the public today, Thursday May 5th that the Ionics Desalination Plant is now fully back online and personnel will continue to monitor it over the next few days. Customers in the distribution systems recently...

Ionics Desalination Plant Remains Offline

The Barbados Water Authority (BWA) wishes to update the public that the issues being experienced at Ionics Desalination Plant continue today Wednesday May 4th and so the Authority has increased production from the Belle Pumping Station to assists neighbouring...

Low Reservoir Levels Affect Areas in St. John

The Barbados Water Authority (BWA) wishes to inform residents of St. John today, Thursday, March 31, that it is experiencing low reservoir levels at a facility in the parish which is in turn causing residents and businesses in some districts to be impacted by low...

BWA Utilising Temporary Source While Work Continues at Alleynedale

During the maintenance of the Alleynedale well, water supply to the northern parishes is being supplemented from a temporary source. This is in an effort to reduce the incidences of outages and low pressure. This interim measure will continue to be used as long as the...

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Water Rate Change For Registered Farmers

Registered farmers are advised that the agricultural water rate became available effective May 1st, 2022. Farmers who wish to access the new rate will be required to follow a simple process which includes: Filling out the forms available on the Ministry of Agriculture...

FAQs on new Water Rate for farmers

Question #1: Who is a registered farmer? Answer: A registered farmer is an individual or enterprise that is actively engaged in farming and has been issued a valid Farmer Identification Number or Card by the Ministry of Agriculture and Food and Nutritional Security....

Ionics Desalination Plant Back Online

Update #2 The Barbados Water Authority wishes to update the public today, Thursday May 5th that the Ionics Desalination Plant is now fully back online and personnel will continue to monitor it over the next few days. Customers in the distribution systems recently...

Ionics Desalination Plant Remains Offline

The Barbados Water Authority (BWA) wishes to update the public that the issues being experienced at Ionics Desalination Plant continue today Wednesday May 4th and so the Authority has increased production from the Belle Pumping Station to assists neighbouring...

Low Reservoir Levels Affect Areas in St. John

The Barbados Water Authority (BWA) wishes to inform residents of St. John today, Thursday, March 31, that it is experiencing low reservoir levels at a facility in the parish which is in turn causing residents and businesses in some districts to be impacted by low...

BWA Utilising Temporary Source While Work Continues at Alleynedale

During the maintenance of the Alleynedale well, water supply to the northern parishes is being supplemented from a temporary source. This is in an effort to reduce the incidences of outages and low pressure. This interim measure will continue to be used as long as the...