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WSC supports the Bahamas Primary School Student of the Year Programme

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WSC supports the Bahamas Primary School Student of the Year Programme – The Water and Sewerage Corporation (WSC) is proud to have once again supported the Primary School Student of the Year Programme by donating a $1,000 cheque towards the programme which aids in providing a scholarship award to the country’s best and brightest primary school students during the Bahamas Prima…

Water Corp Slashes Receivables By 50%

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The Water & Sewerage Corporation slashed the near-$14 million receivables owed to BISX-listed Consolidated Water by almost 50 per cent during 2014, it has been revealed. Consolidated Water, in filings with the US Securities & Exchange Commission (SEC) on Friday, divulged that the Corporation – with the Government’s assistance -had reduced the debt owed by $6.9 millio…

WSC conservation efforts lead to less water purchases

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The success of the water loss mitigation program undertaken by the Water and Sewerage Corporation of The Bahamas (WSC) has led to a sharp decrease in bulk revenues for Consolidated Water Co. Ltd., the Cayman-based company that develops and operates seawater desalination plants and water distribution systems. In a press release issued ahead of an investor call scheduled for yester…

WSC Continues to Improve Water Quality in New Providence

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WSC Continues to Improve Water Quality in New Providence NASSAU, Bahamas – The Water and Sewerage Corporation (WSC) recently began a 3-month pilot programme to improve the overall water quality in New Providence, beginning in areas that encompass   approximately 70% of the island’s water demand. The pilot programme has introduced SeaQuest, a certified drinking water …

$15M IDB loan to address critical WSC works

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New Providence’s wastewater infrastructure is generally in extremely poor condition and requires significant investment in all categories – collection, pumping and treatment – and a loan from the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) will address $15 million worth of critical works, according to General Manager of the Water and Sewerage Corporation of The Bahamas (WSC) Glen Lavill…

DPM: Alternative energy for Reverse Osmosis

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Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Works Philip Brave Davis acknowledged at The College of The Bahamas’ World Water Day 2015 celebration that sea level rise threatens to destroy major groundwater resources in The Bahamas, and lauded the Samoa Pathway – adopted in 2014 as a means to manage water resources and related ecosystems. Davis said that national agencies respons…
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