BWA’s tank push
CURRENT WATER CONSUMPTION patterns suggest that if the Barbados Water Authority (BWA) is unable to produce water in the event of a natural disaster, the island would have just one day’s supply of water for the population.
So says BWA chief executive officer Keithroy Halliday.
And as a result, the BWA is set to embark on several initiatives designed to lessen the impact of water scarcity and help promote water conservation.
The move to do the latter culminated yesterday as the BWA launched its new Personal Tank Programme (PTP). (AD)
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