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At approximately 1:45 AM today, The Corporation’s System Control received alarms from its SCADA system, alongside public reports, indicating a major leak on Prince Charles Drive opposite Ashley’s Furniture. Our personnel promptly responded by securing the roadway and shutting down the water supply to Eastern New Providence to prevent further flooding and damage.As a result, water supply to customers in Eastern New Providence has been interrupted. By 7:00 AM, our repair teams had excavated down to the water mains and confirmed a longitudinal split on the 24-inch main, necessitating the replacement of a section of the main.Our teams are working expeditiously to complete the repair. We will continue to provide updates to our valued customers and the general public through all our social media platforms. Traffic Advisory:Drivers are advised to avoid the area where possible. If you must drive in the vicinity, please exercise extreme caution. We apologize for the inconvenien…

New Providence, The Bahamas: The Water and Sewerage Corporation, hosted a transformative EmpowHER Breakfast event today, fostering a dynamic environment of empowerment and personal growth. The gathering featured distinguished guest speaker Dr. Giavana Jones, who delved into the theme “EmpowHER to Thrive,” providing invaluable insights and tools for female staff members to enhance various aspects of their lives. The event kicked off with a delightful breakfast for all attendees, setting a positive and inclusive tone. Dr. Giavana Jones, a renowned therapist and psychologist, engaged the audience in an interactive session, guiding them through thought-provoking exercises and discussions. The icebreaker activity, centered around self-discovery with questions such as “Who am I?” sparked meaningful conversations among the women, fostering a sense of connection. Dr. Jones shared real-life experiences, weaving her insights into topics like thought life, emotional intelligence, and st…

New Providence, The Bahamas: Tuesday, April 25th, 2023 | The Corporation (WSC) is pleased to have concluded and signed today an Industrial Agreement with the Bahamas Utility Services and Allied Workers Union (BUSAWU) who represents the WSC non-management staff and covers the period 1st July, 2022 to 30th June, 2025. Our employees are our most important resource and we extend our sincere thanks to each and everyone of them from Grand Cay in the north to Inagua in the south. The last WSC – BUSAWU Industrial Agreement expired on 30th June, 2018. However, despite this long wait, our employees responded in fine form to the challenges during and post Hurricane Dorian in September 2019 and to the global COVID 19 pandemic which commenced in March 2020. While so many businesses were shuttered partially or fully during COVID 19, our employees worked day and night, seven (7) days a week, to ensure our valued customers across The Bahamas had ready access to a reliable supply of potable water a…