We’re two months into the rainy season, and despite the showers, WASA’s water reservoirs are still very low.
The authority says the rainfall has not been enough, as the reservoirs continue to lag behind their long term averages for this time of the year.
The low levels mean water production is still being affected.
And, in order to keep with its plan to ensure an equitable distribution of available water, supply schedules in Central and South Trinidad were adjusted last Thursday.
Persons are also being reminded that WASA’s water use restrictions, such as the temporary ban on the use of a garden hose, remains in effect.