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Wednesday, 08 November 2017 16:03

New Water Management Policy Coming

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A new policy is being looked at for water management in Trinidad and Tobago. This, from Minister of Public Utilities, Robert Le Hunte, who said water conservation must be of high priority, as studies have shown water scarcity would affect some countries in the not too distant future.

He was speaking at the 15th Annual Conference of the Organization of Caribbean Utility Regulators held at the Magdalena Grand Beach and Golf Resort.

Patricia Nicholson reports.

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