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Wednesday, 13 December 2017 19:58

WASA: Water Trucks That Collect Money From Citizens Do So Illegally

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The Water and Sewerage Authority says water trucks that collect money from citizens for water supplied are doing so illegally.

During a meeting of the Public Accounts Committee on Wednesday morning, WASA officials confirmed they have received several reports from consumers, of water supply trucks, demanding payment from citizens when they arrive to deliver water.

Chairman of WASA, Romney Thomas said this was not supposed to happen. Citizens have been asked to report to WASA when this occurs, so the Authority can be aware and conduct the relevant investigations.

Meanwhile, CEO of the Authority, Ellis Burris, said with the dry season almost here, efforts were being put in place to prevent a drop in supply.

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