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WSC Responds to Tribune Article

The Corporation takes exception to the article appearing in this morning daily. WSC notes that on occasion, there may be minor inaccuracies in reporting when statements or comments are shared. However, WSC finds the Tribune’s article on “Water Losses Still on the Rise” to be misleading, and issues the statement linked below. Click here to read full press release of WSC’s response.

Interruption in Water Supply in Dannottage & Winton Areas

Interruption in water supply – customers in WSC Dannottage Supply District, Wed. July 3rd and Thurs. July 4th, 2013 and Winton Pumping Station Supply Area July 4th, 2013 The Corporation apologizes to our valued customers and the general public, in our Dannottage District and our Winton Pumping Station Supply Area who were impacted between July 3rd and 4th 2013.  To read fu…

WSC Signs Agreement with Baha Mar

[DISPLAY_ULTIMATE_SOCIAL_ICONS] The Corporation is pleased to announce that it has executed today the following historic agreements: Baha Mar Water & Sewerage Services Agreement Firstly, there is a  5-year agreement commencing January 01, 2012 subject to two (2) 5-year extensions for the Corporation to provide Baha Mar with a guaranteed supply of 500,000 imperial gallon…

WSC Request for Proposals

The Corporation now invites proposals to provide consulting services for the DEVELOPMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION OF A PUBLIC RELATIONS CAMPAIGN. The objectives of the campaign include: – Improving communications between the Corporation and its customers,Ensure awareness and buy-in from customers and residents of the Bahamas for the WSC Support Program,Assist with a customer win-b…

WSC to Plug $1.5M in Leaks for 2013

The Water and Sewerage Corporation (WSC) expects to save around $1.5M from repaired leakages to the system by the end of this year. As excavations continue in Garden Hills, WSC crews are handing out notices to residents letting them know service could be disrupted. The Public Corporation said it would move to Imperial Park in a month or two, which includes Yamacraw and Fox Hil…

WSC Cut in Water Losses

WSC Signs Contract with Miya Water The Water and Sewage Corporation expects an $81m contract with Israeli firm Miya Water will result in a significant reduction in water loss.   WSC General Manager Glen Laville told The Tribune yesterday that as it stands, the Corporation loses around 6.5 million gallons of water a day. A closer look revealed, he said, that the massive …