Critical shutdown of BWA’s Hampton Pumping Station

The Barbados Water Authority wishes to advise residents and businesses in parts of Christ Church and St. Philip that there will be a critical shutdown of its Hampton Pumping Station on Wednesday, February 20, 2019 between 4:00 pm and 10:00 pm.

This shutdown is to facilitate the changing of five (5) valves at the station.

The affected areas may include Vauxhall, Durant’s, Grantley Adams International Airport, Kingsland, Callender’s, Lodge Road, Newton, Maxwell Hill, Charnocks, Lowlands, Coverley, Fairview, Pilgrim Road, Kendall Hill Park, Gall Hill, Wotton, Harmony Lodge, Water Street, Ealing Park, Ealing Grove, Atlantic Shores, Enterprise, Chancery Lane, Inch Marlow, Silver Sands, Round Rock, Goodland, Green Garden, Hopewell, Carters Gap, Fairy Valley and surrounding districts in Christ Church.

Heddings, St. Martins, Rices, Gemswick, Bequest, Wheelers, Long Bay Village, Cave Land, Seaview, Work Hall, Apple Hall, Lynches, Merricks, Eastbourne, Crane Park, Belair, Cobblers Rock, Diamond Valley, Kirtons, Wilcox, Mangrove, Windward Gardens, Long Bay, Harry Smith, Well House, Bottom Bay, Bentham’s, Atlantic Park and surrounding districts in St. Philip.

Customers are asked to store an adequate supply of water to help them during the shutdown. Water tankers will also be dispatched to assist.

The Barbados Water Authority regrets the inconvenience of these disruptions and would like to assure its valued customers of its commitment to the continuous delivery of water supply to all.

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