Inniss: Condoms, rags, grease still clogging sewage network


Condoms, bedsheets, needles and rags. These are but some of the materials the Barbados Water Authority (BWA) has been removing from the South Coast sewage network in the last few days. 

With the sewage overflows worsening over the last few days, especially in the Rockley and Rendevzous, BWA officials have said they are perplexed and frustrated with the dumping practices of those on the South Coast which continues to exasperate an already “horrible situation”.  

Head of Wastewater Division at the BWA, Patricia Inniss, told reporters today debris is still being extracted regularly from the network with pumps being cleaned up to three times daily.  

“Our concern is that even with the present situation, the amounts of debris coming into the plants, according to our operators, has…

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