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GWI operates under the regulations as outlined in the Water & Sewerage Act 2002. As of 2007 we provided water to approximately 145,000 customers residing along Guyana's coastal belt, Bartica, Linden and the Hinterland. We also provide sewerage service t ... more
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Customers who cannot afford to pay all outstanding charges can sign up for an affordable payment plan.
Aaron further stated, "we urge our disconnected customers to take advantage of this limited offer and have their service reconnected legally at no cost.
Aaron emphasized that customers who illegally reconnect their water service will face harsh penalties under the Water and Sewerage Act 2002, "in light of the approaching Holiday season we've decided to be lenient with our disconnected customers, however, should these customers fail to honor their outstanding water charges, GWI will check their connections - any customer found with an illegal reconnection will face a fine of $6000. for residential customers, and $13 000. for businesses."
In addition, GWI will also be waiving all tampering fees.
Customers who have illegal water supply connections can visit any GWI office to have their connection regularized.
No penalty fees will be charged until after November 30, 2009.
"Indeed, GWI is giving back in a big way in time for the Holiday Season, "stated Aaron, "customers who would have connected themselves to our service lines can face jail time or a fine of $25,000.00 (Businesses can be fined as much as $50,000.).
We urge these persons to visit us to obtain a legal water service connection; these customers will only pay $1000.00 for the service connection, absolutely no tampering fees will be charged."
The Company urges customers to take advantage of the "Catch the WAIVE" promotion; failure to obtain a legal water connection will result in large penalties as stipulated by the Act.
"GWI is extending good will to all our customers," says Aaron "it is our hope that they utilize these offers with the aim of improving our partnership."
As such, the utility has embarked on a stringent disconnection campaign, started February 1 in Bel Air, Lamaha Street, Kitty and Homestretch Avenue, all in Georgetown, before continuing countrywide,
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