Mile Gully gushes over new piped-water system
Orantes Moore, Gleaner Writer
DOZENS OF residents in Mile Gully, St Mary, turned out to watch Robert Pickersgill, minister of water, land, environment and climate change, commission a long-overdue water supply system last week.
The project, which costs more than J$60 million and will benefit hundreds of residents, took 12 years to come to fruition...
St Mary Residents Get Piped Water
ST MARY, Jamaica - After 10 years, the $60-million Mile Gully/Warwick Castle water supply system is now complete and some 1,200 St Mary residents now have water flowing from taps in their homes.
The system was commissioned into service on Thursday by Water, Land, Environment, and Climate Change Minister Robert Pickersgill.
The work was spearheaded...
RWSL Working to Bring Portable Water to Rural Jamaicans
JAMAICANS in rural areas, who are still without access to clean drinking water, are being assured that the Rural Water Supply (RWS) Limited is working hard to bring the commodity to them. Managing Director of Rural Water Supplies Limited Peter Clarke said the company intends to meet and exceed the standard for access to water set by the United Nations...
St Catherine communities get potable water
A large number of residents in Treadways and adjoining communities in St Catherine now have access to potable water.
This follows the completion of work in phase two of the John Groyne water supply system at a cost of $13 million. Phase one was completed two years ago at a cost of $9.6 million.
It has been a long wait for residents, but those...
Pickersgill Turns On Water System in Treadways
Some 3, 500 residents of the community of York Street in Treadways, St. Catherine, and adjoining areas, now have access to potable water.
This follows the completion of work on phase two of the John Groyne water supply system, at a cost of $13 million. Completion of the second phase comes two years after the first segment was concluded at a cost...