The Water and Sewage Authority reveals that it has intensified in leak repair efforts and taken other measures to conserve the commodity.
WASA explains that the country continues to face a water shortage.
It contributes the situation to a lack of rainfall and has admitted that water production at its treatment facilities has been negatively affected.
In a News Power Now interview this afternoon , WASA’s Senior Manager Corporate Communication, Daniel Plenty, said emphasis has been stepped up to address leaking water lines.
Mr. Plenty although the authority impose water restriction measures the public should always practice conservation of the precious resource.
WASA’s Senior Manager Corporate Communication, Daniel Plenty.