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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 Conducting Repairs

The Barbados Water Authority wishes today Sunday, March 27th to inform the public that it is carrying out repair work in the following areas: Carlton Road, St. James where a suspected burst on a 10-inch main may be impacting residents of Carlton Road and those between...

Repairs Completed at BWA St. Peter Facility

The Barbados Water Authority is pleased tonight Saturday, March 19th to advise that repair work has been completed at one of its facilities in St. Peter and the station is back online. The water supply should gradually return to normal for residents of the St. Peter...

Update: Hampton Station Back Online

The Barbados Water Authority is pleased to update residents of St. Philip and Christ Church that pumping has resumed at the station supplying these parishes. It may take some time for normal supply to be restored to all affected districts. Therefore, the Authority's...

BWA Hampton Station Offline, Engineers Investigating

The Barbados Water Authority wishes to inform residents of St. Philip and Christ Church today Saturday, March 19th that the station supplying several areas in these parishes has unexpectedly gone offline. The Authority is conducting investigations to determine the...

Update #2 Further Repairs Ongoing at BWA St. Peter Facility

The Barbados Water Authority wishes today Friday, March 18th to update residents of the St. Peter districts affected by low pressure or water outages that repair work is still ongoing at one of its facilities in St. Peter. Crews continue repairs to a pump at the...

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BWA Addressing Bursts Across the Island

The Barbados Water Authority advises today Sunday May 15th that we are currently experiencing low pressure and outages in a number of districts across the island as a result of frequent bursts. As a consequence of the bursts and the time it takes for the systems to...

BWA Pumping Stations Back Online

The Barbados Water Authority advises that all of its pumping stations are back online. Residents of areas that experienced low pressure or water outages earlier today as a result of the power outages are reminded that the water supply to their districts is expected to...

Power Outages Take Some Pumping Stations Offline

The Barbados Water Authority wishes to advise that power outages in parts of the island have caused some of its pumping stations to go offline. Teams are currently working on the restoration of power and some facilities are currently operating on generator power....

Low Reservoir Levels Affect Areas in St. John & St. Joseph

The Barbados Water Authority (BWA) wishes today, Thursday, May 12th, to inform residents of St. John and St. Joseph that it is experiencing low reservoir levels at a facility which may in turn cause residents and businesses in some districts in the parishes to be...

BWA Relocating a Main on Constitution Road, Bridgetown

The Barbados Water Authority informs the public that it will be relocating a six-inch main at Constitution Road, Bridgetown, opposite Queen’s Park, on Sunday, May 15th, between 9:00 am and 6:00 pm. As a result, residents and businesses located between the Mencea Cox...

BWA Station in St. George to go Offline for Scheduled Maintenance

The Barbados Water Authority (BWA) will be carrying out maintenance on pumps at one of its facilities in St. George. The station will be taken offline on Thursday May 12th 2022 between 9:00 am and 12 noon. Customers in:   Drax Hall Hope Drax Hall Greens Free Hill...