Discussion on water strategy in East End

Residents can discuss a new water strategy for St George’s at a meeting next week.

The Bermuda Government said it has selected its preferred water and wastewater servicing for the East End after reviewing the likely environmental impact of potential new methods.

However, Government said consultation with residents and businesses is a crucial part of the process.

An information forum will take place next Wednesday, from 4pm to 8pm at the Penno’s Wharf Terminal Building, St George’s.

At the forum, people can review display materials, while government representatives will be available to discuss the project and respond to any questions.

The Ministry of Public Works said that the aim of the water study is to ensure a robust and reliable water and wastewater service can be provided to all residents and visitors in a way that will allow Bermuda to be recognised as a leader in sustainability.

For more information, visit www.bermudawater.info.

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Published Dec 4, 2017 at 8:00 am (Updated Dec 3, 2017 at 8:12 pm)

Discussion on water strategy in East End

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