WASA CEO, Alan Poon King, made the revelation at a recent Media Tour of the Hollis Reservoir in Valencia as the water situation continues to worsen for WASA and T&T citizens during this harsh Dry Season. The water level at Hollis Reservoir has dropped to 40% and continues to drop.
Poon King is urging citizens to brace themselves for additional water restrictions. There are already water schedules in place in several parts of T&T and if the Dry Season continues to be harsh, WASA will be forced to schedule pipe-borne water to only two (2) days in some areas.
As Hollis Reservoir services a large part of Trinidad with pipe-borne water, areas that will be most affected by this possible new restriction include the following:
KP lands, La Platta, Silica Sands, Cocorite Road, from Broadway to Henry Street, O’Meara Road, the town of Arima from the Priority Bus Route to Broadway, Arima Old Road from King Street to Cleaver Road, Malabar Phase 11, Samaroo Village, Darwill Gardens, Galaxy Gardens, Mausica Road, Pine Haven Development, La Resource North, Bon Air Gardens, Bon Air West, Lopinot Road and Arouca.
Poon King also noted recent reports of citizens being charged for truck-borne water deliveries and is advising citizens that they should not pay for such deliveries. They should instead call WASA Hotlines if they are without water.
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