With the arrival of summer, Mauritians fear more cuts. This fear can indeed be justified if there is no rain in the coming days.
15 Oct 2013, business.mega.mu
A beginning today Monday, October 14, residents of the South and West will receive six hours of drinking water supply. The reason: the two main sources of the Central Water Authority (CWA) institutions within these areas have dried up dramatically in a very short time.
14 Oct 2013, business.mega.mu
The CWA is to counter the drop in water level. A meeting of members of the inspectorate in different regions of the island was held Friday. One of the findings established: the Port-Louis is experiencing a decline in water supplies with drinking water to the capital reduction of water Great River, the main source.
06 Oct 2013, business.mega.mu
The Midlands Dam reservoir has lost half of its water in the space of four months. Through the latest survey, Sunday, Sept. 29, a drop in water level in almost all reservoirs of the island is perceived.
01 Oct 2013, business.mega.mu
The water level in the different reservoirs is alarming. The water has dropped dramatically between June and September. This is the same thing in groundwater.
27 Sep 2013, business.mega.mu
La CWA tire déjà la sonnette d’alarme. Le pays est déficitaire en eau d’au moins 50 % durant cette période. Résultat : de nouveaux horaires de coupures d’eau sont à venir à travers l’île, sauf dans le Sud.
22 Aug 2013, business.mega.mu
CWA sounding the alarm. To the overall decline in reservoir filling and low rainfall, water shortages are expected in the East and in other parts of the island. A meeting is scheduled for this Friday, August 16 will be considered where the rainfall across the island.
18 Aug 2013, business.mega.mu
It fitting CWA constantly threatens motorists between Mariana and Montagne-Longue. Two years ago it lasts ...
25 Jun 2013, motors.mega.mu
The Mauritian government has disbursed Rs 33.4 million to enlist the services of experts from Singapore to conduct a study on the reform of the water sector in 2011 and 2012.
05 Jun 2013, business.mega.mu
In recent years, the debts of the Central Water Authority have exceeded half a billion rupees. Indeed, a blackboard currently displayed by the agency responsible for water supply in the country is R 583 million, of which Rs 196 million representing accrued interest.
29 Apr 2013, business.mega.mu
The six major reservoirs in the country, including Mare aux Vacoas, are filled to 100%. Moreover, the excess of the Mare aux Vacoas are automatically channeled to the Tamarin River.
03 Apr 2013, business.mega.mu
"Any new application for a building permit shall contain provisions for the installation of a system for collecting rainwater," says Kritanand Beeharry, president of the Public Health Committee of the Municipality of Curepipe. This measure is in force since the beginning of this month.
25 Mar 2013, business.mega.mu
The Mauritius Commercial Bank (MCB) encourage Mauritians to invest in recovery systems rainwater. It launches the "Rainwater Harvesting Scheme" , a financing plan at a rate of interest of 5.65% per annum.
01 Mar 2013, business.mega.mu
Following the recent generous rainfall over the island, the Central Water Authority (CWA) decided to extend water supply by one to two hours throughout the island.
28 Feb 2013, business.mega.mu
2013 is synonymous with struggle for some, like Ashok Subron or Hector hose to ensure the proper functioning of the country. For others, the development will be the key word this year to offer a better Mauritians water and concrete road projects, among others. In short, a year that looks pretty good!
15 Jan 2013, business.mega.mu
The "Central Water Authority" (CWA) does not soften the water supply system in this festive season. And, despite the improvement of the water level in the reservoirs.
31 Dec 2012, business.mega.mu
To avoid further demonstrations and séqestration, the CWA has decided to send a tanker per day to serve the village Dilo Puri (water well) to Morne. CWA and asking people to bring a water tank, just in case ...
17 Dec 2012, business.mega.mu
Après l’Est, voilà que le Sud-Ouest du pays se retrouve dans une situation critique. Si la sévérité de la sécheresse a commencé à se faire sentir dans la région, la faute revient à la baisse drastique du niveau des nappes phréatiques, principale source d’approvisionnement en eau. Cette baisse considérable est d’ailleurs notée dans nos réservoirs.
15 Dec 2012, business.mega.mu
La situation est chaotique. La Central Water Authority (CWA) l’explique par une surconsommation coïncidant avec les dernières fêtes religieuses ; ajouter à cela la faible pluviométrie.
07 Dec 2012, business.mega.mu
The distribution of water in the East of the island has reached a critical stage, Central Water Authority (CWA) communications manager Bishek Narain stated on Wednesday
07 Dec 2012, business.mega.mu