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As the Water and Sewerage Company (WASCO) Inc. works tirelessly to develop, its infrastructure to better serve the public in this very critical time, the company faces vandalism of its equipment.

For the last year WASCO has received much needed assistance from the German missions of the GIZ. which have donated pressure loggers, data loggers and other devices to help assist in the development of WASCO’s infrastructure in an effort to continually improve its service to customers.
WASCO  claims that Somewhere between the 13th and 14th of May 2015 a pressure logger installed on the United Church of God property located on high street Castries went missing.
The company says this is not the first time that petty thieves have vandalised WASCO’s property. It adds that company officials have observed that in recent times, some people have been illegally tampering with WASCO’s infrastructure; in particular, some individuals have been opening and closing WASCO’s valves to deny others water and ensure that they get water.

This, WASCO says is illegal has urged people involved in this activity as well as the theft of its equipment to desist from this practice. The company further advises that if anyone observes that WASCO property is being stolen they should report it to the nearest police station as soon as possible.
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