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Four containers of PVC left for St Lucia

November 18/2010

(Trinidad&Tobago's Newsday) -- Four containers, with $531,000 worth of PVC pipeline from WASA (Water and Sewerage Authority of Trinidad and Tobago) were despatched to St Lucia, Public Utilities Minister Emmanuel George said yesterday as the Government continued its disaster aid drive in the wake of Hurricane Tomas.

About 80-85 percent of the water systems in St Lucia were destroyed, George told reporters. He noted that infrastructure supporting the Sir John Compton Dam was badly damaged.

The minister said the shipments to St Lucia would not affect WASAs local operations in this country, where many are still to date without a 24/7 supply of water. WASA in a press release said the aid was drawn from WASAs existing stockpile with no impact on day-to-day operations.


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