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Ionics Impacted by Burst Main at Desalination Plant

Ionics Freshwater Ltd. has advised the Barbados Water Authority (BWA) that it has today Wednesday, July 3, 2024 sustained a burst on a 16-inch line leaving the Plant. As a result, emergency repairs will be conducted at the Desalination Plant on the Mighty Grynner...

BWA Conducting Emergency Repairs in St. Peter

The Barbados Water Authority is today, Wednesday, July 3rd advising residents and businesses in parts of St. Peter that it is currently conducting emergency repairs on a main in the vicinity of St. Nicholas Abbey. As a result, customers in Boscobelle Terrace, Gays,...

June Water Bills Delayed for Some St. Philip Customers

The Barbados Water Authority (BWA) wishes to inform customers in parts of St. Philip that they may receive their June water bills after the respective payment due dates. The Authority advises these customers that they can make payment on their accounts based on the...

Update #3_Update on BWA’s Restoration of Water to All Areas

As at 3:00 pm this afternoon, Tuesday July 2nd, 2024, Barbados Water Authority teams have restored production capacity to 94 percent and this water is being pumped into the associated distribution systems. Some stations are still operating on standby generators and...

UPDATE #2 – BWA Continues Its Work to Restore Water to All Areas 

Today, Tuesday, July 2nd, 2024, the Barbados Water Authority advises that its teams continue to work around the clock to restore water to all areas. As at 6:30 this morning, its teams had restored production capacity to 85 per cent. While all pumps were secured due to...

BWA to Stop Pumping in Advance of Hurricane Beryl’s Approach

The Barbados Water Authority advises that it will be shutting down its pumping operations island-wide starting at 7:30 tonight Sunday, June 30th in order to protect critical equipment. The process is expected to take approximately three hours. However, many persons...

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Ionics Impacted by Burst Main at Desalination Plant

Ionics Freshwater Ltd. has advised the Barbados Water Authority (BWA) that it has today Wednesday, July 3, 2024 sustained a burst on a 16-inch line leaving the Plant. As a result, emergency repairs will be conducted at the Desalination Plant on the Mighty Grynner...

BWA Conducting Emergency Repairs in St. Peter

The Barbados Water Authority is today, Wednesday, July 3rd advising residents and businesses in parts of St. Peter that it is currently conducting emergency repairs on a main in the vicinity of St. Nicholas Abbey. As a result, customers in Boscobelle Terrace, Gays,...

June Water Bills Delayed for Some St. Philip Customers

The Barbados Water Authority (BWA) wishes to inform customers in parts of St. Philip that they may receive their June water bills after the respective payment due dates. The Authority advises these customers that they can make payment on their accounts based on the...

Update #3_Update on BWA’s Restoration of Water to All Areas

As at 3:00 pm this afternoon, Tuesday July 2nd, 2024, Barbados Water Authority teams have restored production capacity to 94 percent and this water is being pumped into the associated distribution systems. Some stations are still operating on standby generators and...

UPDATE #2 – BWA Continues Its Work to Restore Water to All Areas 

Today, Tuesday, July 2nd, 2024, the Barbados Water Authority advises that its teams continue to work around the clock to restore water to all areas. As at 6:30 this morning, its teams had restored production capacity to 85 per cent. While all pumps were secured due to...

BWA to Stop Pumping in Advance of Hurricane Beryl’s Approach

The Barbados Water Authority advises that it will be shutting down its pumping operations island-wide starting at 7:30 tonight Sunday, June 30th in order to protect critical equipment. The process is expected to take approximately three hours. However, many persons...