WATER AND SEWERAGE CORPORATION Committed to Growth, Committed to Quality

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    Committed to Growth, Committed to Quality

WE'VE GONE PAPERLESS!

That's right, the Corporation has gone paperless!

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Four Reasons Why You
Should Switch & Win

    • Providing water supplies for domestic, business, and other uses;
    • Providing adequate drainage and disposal of sewage and other effluent;
    • Expanding and extending the Commonwealth’s water;
    • Ensuring and controlling the optimum development and use of the nation’s water resources.

Frequently Asked Questions

The Water and Sewerage Corporation you thought you knew has made some improvements.

In the past few years, we’ve made several improvements to our service to provide YOU with better water, including:

  •  Reducing Non-Revenue water so that water pressure could be stronger both at day and at night.
  •  14,000 service lines have been replaced, over 650 water mains have been repaired and nearly 1,500 system valves have been cleaned.
  •  Extending water to services to more areas than ever before.

We’ve been working very hard to show we’re committed to growth, committed to quality. Give us a try; you’ll be glad you did.

Where does our water come from?

Lots of people are surprised to find out we no longer barge water in to the capital, but instead use a reverse osmosis plant to turn salt water into fresh, potable water for use throughout the capital.

Our reverse osmosis plant provides 90% of the water used in New Providence and the water used in New Providence and the water meets the World Health Organization’s guidelines for safe drinking water.

I've never had a water connection. How do I apply for one?

Complete an application form, provide proof of ownership of the home (e.g. conveyance or bank
letter), and provide identification i.e. Passport, Driver's License, and an NIB Card. Call us for
more info.

What happens if I don't pay my bill?
If your account is not paid by the due date, you may receive a courtesy call to advise of the overdue charges. If you are a tenant then the courtesy call is made to the property owner.

STATEMENT OF MR. ADRIAN GIBSON, MP/EXECUTIVE CHAIRMAN OF WSC

New Reverse Osmosis Facility in North Eleuthera

Today, the Water & Sewerage Corporation (WSC) commenced production of water at its newest reverse osmosis facility.

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2019/2020 Budget Contribution of Hon. Adrian Gibson, MP Long Island and Executive Chairman, Water and Sewerage Corporation

WATER AND SEWERAGE CLARIFIES ITS RECORD ON EFFORTS IN RAGGED ISLAND

WSC CONCERNS

The Water and Sewerage Corporation notes the Article in the Nassau Guardian of 30th May, 2018 (by Travis Cartwright-Carroll highlighting that potable water is being rationed on Ragged Island) and wishes to clarify some key facts.  The Corporation is especially concerned that a known agent of a company—one that it is currently in discussions with the Corporation to enter into a long term solution is the prime source of the article—without full disclosure of the same. WSC also notes the Article by Morgan Adderley in the Tribune of same date.

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Contact Information

#38 University Drive
P.O. Box N-3905
Tel: 242-302-5500
Nassau, Bahamas
Email: info@wsc.com.bs
Monday - Friday, 8:30 AM  - 6:00 PM
Saturday: 8:30 AM - 3:00 PM

The Mall At Marathon
Tel: 242-​394-0157 or 242-394-0155
Monday-Friday, 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Saturday, 8:30 AM - 3:00 PM

WSC Call Centre
Email: help@wsc.com.bs
Tel: 242-302-5599
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Sunday Closed

DUE TO COVID-19 EMERGENCY ORDERS, CHECK OUT WSC COVID-19 SPECIAL OFFER FOR OUR CLIENTS IMPACTED

New Reverse Osmosis facility,  in North Eleuthera, now produces safe & affordable water for thousands of residents!

COVID-19

  SPECIAL OFFER