Customers in following areas in parts of South-East Trinidad served by the Navet Water Treatment Plant, who are experiencing a discoloured supply in their lines are advised not to use the water:

  • Princes Town
  • Manahambre
  • Craignish
  • Papourie
  • Williamsville
  • Reform
  • Morichal
  • Sisters Road
  • Rio Claro
  • Tableland
  • Hindustan
  • St. Mary’s
  • Cedar Hill
  • Monkey Town
  • Rochard Road
  • Clarke Rd
  • Retrench
  • Reform
  • St Clements
  • Churkoo Vge
  • Malgretoute
  • St Croix
  • Jaipaulsingh
  • Tabaquite
  • Harmony Hall
  • Piparo
  • Brothers Road
  • Cushe
  • New Grant
  • Poui Trace
  • Friendship
  • Borde Narve
  • Barrackpore
  • Rochard Douglas Road
  • Lengua
  • Corinth
  • Mt Stewart
  • Cedar Hill
  • Iere Vge
  • Cunjal
  • Lengua
  • Poonah
  • Morne Roche Quarry Road
  • Whiteland
  • Hardbargain
  • Parts of Mayaro
  • Cachippe
  • St. Julien
  • Ste Madeleine
  • Bronte
  • Penal Rock Road
  • Bunsee Trace
  • Golconda
  • Palmyra
  • St Charles

This occurrence is as a result of the low clearwell levels at the Navet Water Treatment Plant facility. The Authority is currently carrying out flushing exercises on its water distribution network which is expected to be completed by Tuesday 17th May 2022 at 12.00 noon and the supply to all affected customers should be restored within 48 hours.

Customers are asked to leave their garden taps open until the water supply runs clear to allow the flushing of their lines. Further, those customers with internal storage are asked to lock off the supply to their storage. In the interim a truck borne supply will be made available to all affected customers. Customers can contact WASA’s Customer Call Centre toll free at 800 4420/4426.

The Authority apologizes for the inconvenience and thanks customers for their patience and understanding.

Corporate Communications Department
2022 May 16