Minister promises 12 million gallons of water per-day by March 31, 2024

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Cabinet Notes: The Cabinet’s attention was focused upon the issue of potable water production and achieving a 12 million-gallon-per-day objective; the APUA Water Division has set that goal in order to fulfil its obligation to all consumers.

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The six Reverse Osmosis plants on Antigua will be supplemented by two plants producing 1 million gallons each at Barnacle Point and at Ffryes.

A reverse osmosis plant to be built in Bethesda in 2024 will produce 3.5 million gallons daily.

The Minister of Public Utilities repeated that demand will be met fully before the end of the first quarter of 2024, or by March 31, 2024.

Three new hotel projects, many new homes, and other new businesses will cause demand for more water to rise.

The APUA, the Cabinet was assured, will be able to expand its supply to meet demand.

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