BWA Crews Continue Repair Work to Replace Pumps at Applewhaite’s Pumping Station

Barbados Water Authority crews continue emergency repair work on Monday night, to replace pumps impacted by a power outage at its Applewhaite’s Pumping Station. Thus far, one pump has successfully been replaced and is working once again. Work is currently underway on the second.

Once both of these pumps are back in operation, the Authority will regain fifty percent of the production from this facility. This will allow more water to be put back into the distribution network which will in turn reduce the number of districts experiencing water outages or low pressure.

Once both of these pumps are back in operation, the Authority will regain fifty percent of the production from this facility. This will allow more water to be put back into the distribution network which will in turn reduce the number of districts experiencing water outages or low pressure.

While residents in some districts may continue to be impacted overnight, the BWA remains committed to assisting the remaining affected areas via water tanker while the emergency repair work continues.

The Barbados Water Authority sincerely apologizes for the inconvenience these outages have caused its valued customers.

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