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Customers who are experiencing issues with their water supply can now WhatsApp WASA’s (Ag.)Chief Executive Officer with their concerns.
Speaking at a press conference held by the authority on Wednesday afternoon (December 07), the Water and Sewerage Authority’s acting CEO Kelvin Romain said that with the recent shutdown of the Point Lisas Desalination plant as well as issues with other WASA plants, he received numerous calls and complaints.
As a result, Romain said, he decided to get a new contact number-493-4CEO/4236– so that anyone in need could reach him directly.
“I have noted the concerns of the public. I have received a number of distress calls and I have decided that I would like to hear from the public even more…I did get a dedicated number so that I could be communicated directly with through WhatsApp.”
Meanwhile, the Authority’s Chairman has assured that the company is also working to address water supply issues in flood-affected areas.
Making reference to the North Oropouche water treatment plant, which services one of the largest areas on the island, including parts of East Trinidad, Romain said due to the recent inclement weather, the plant was negatively impacted.
“It would have presented some silt at our raw water intakes as well as it would have caused some over-flooded rivers which would have presented leaks on our cross-country mains. We have since repaired these leaks, however, we are still posed with some silt issues.”
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