Caught in the act! WASA truck fills pool

A Water and Sewerage Authority (WASA) tank truck is caught filling a pool at a private residence on Columbus Circle, Westmoorings, on Wednesday night.

A Water and Sewerage Authority (WASA) tank truck is caught filling a pool at a private residence on Columbus Circle, Westmoorings, on Wednesday night. Courtesy guardian.co.tt

In the middle of the worst drought in Trinidad and Tobago since 1987, a truck belonging to the Water and Sewerage Authority (WASA) has been discovered pumping drinking water into a swimming pool in a private residence undergoing renovation in the upscale neighbourhood of Westmoorings. WASA in a statement last night said the water was requested for “construction purposes,” for a house it is leasing for its foreign CEO. Tipped off by a photograph sent by a resident of the La Riviera high-rise apartment, two Guardian journalists caught WASA employees pumping water into the pool located at Columbus Circle in Westmoorings on Thursday night.
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1 Responses to “Caught in the act! WASA truck fills pool”


  • WASA launches probe
    Chairman of the Water and Sewerage Authority (WASA) Dr Shafeek Sultan-Khan has ordered an immediate investigation into a Guardian front-page story yesterday of a WASA truck pumping drinking water into the swimming pool of a private residence in Westmoorings.

    …WASA to probe truck water for swimming pool

    WASA probes swimming pool report
    THE Water and Sewerage Authority (WASA) has initiated an investigation into reports that a WASA truck was seen pumping water into the swimming pool of a Westmoorings house which is under construction.

    Rescuing WASA from ridicule
    There is bitter irony in the front-page photograph of yesterday’s edition of the Trinidad and Tobago Guardian which showed a plainly-labelled WASA truck filling a swimming pool in a private residence in Westmoorings on Wednesday night.

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