Nevis Redeveloping Well To Gain Water Access

Nevis Redeveloping Well To Gain Water Access

Water Access Gains From Old Hamilton Well Charlestown, Nevis January 17, 2020 The Nevis Water Department is in the process of redeveloping a water in Hamilton as part of the Nevis Island Administration’s efforts to provide more water access to the island’s water system. During a visit to the Hamilton sites led by Hon. Spencer Brand, Minister of Water Services …

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Watercade Postponed By Water Department

Vehicle Ready For Watercade Basseterre, St. Kitts – Nevis April 09, 2016 (SKNIS) The Water Services Department (WSD) has postponed its island wide Whistle Stop scheduled for Friday (April 08). The WSD’s Acting Manager/Water Engineer, T. Dennison Paul, said the annual event, which forms part of the extended 2016 World Water Day activities, has been moved to Friday, April 15. …

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St. Kitts – Nevis Looks For New Water Sources

Water Supply Remains Important Basseterre, St. Kitts – Nevis December 13, 2015 (SKNIS) Drilling new wells and commissioning a desalination plant are among strategies being pursued by the Ministry of Public Infrastructure to ensure water supply can meet the growing demand of the population in St. Kitts and Nevis. The challenges to the supply of water were exacerbated this year …

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St. Kitts – Nevis Water Services Department Learn New Techniques

Domestic Wastewater A Problem Basseterre, St. Kitts – Nevis February 12, 2011 (SKNIS) Designers, architects, contractors, building inspectors and environmental health officers will be trained in the latest onsite wastewater treatment and disposal techniques at a workshop scheduled for Monday, February 14, 2011. The workshop is coordinated by the Ministry of Public Utilities via the Water Services Department (WSD).  In …

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Missing Nevis Water Department Documents Recovered

Bacterial Contamination Unfounded Charlestown, Nevis February 09, 2011 The person or persons responsible for the disappearance of documents from the Nevis Water Department, one of which was subsequently leaked to the media recently, will face the consequences on conclusion of an internal and or criminal investigation by the Police. That disclosure came from Minister responsible for Public Utilities and the …

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