There remains very little talk from government officials as it relates to the matter of sewage and pollution along the North Western coast of Trinidad.
The Institute of Marine Affairs is however saying the situation warrants careful attention.
Speaking on the Power Breakfast Show this morning Khalid Hassanali of the Institute of Marine Affairs said efforts were made since 2012 to address the situation.
He said it is very important for the public at large to get involved in push for change when it comes to this very serious issue.
Meanwhile, Dr. Rahaman Juman spoke of the ongoing efforts by various state bodies, to assess and deal with Trinidad’s water pollution problems. She however made it clear that in the end, the population at large must advocate for change.