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WSC Executive Chairman Adrian Gibson.

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Water corp nets 47% Out Island revenue rise

THE Water & Sewerage Corporation’s (WSC) total Family Island revenues increased by 47 per cent year-over-year during the 2018 fourth quarter, its executive chairman has revealed.

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Water Corp chair denies minister’s consult reveal

The Water & Sewerage Corporation’s executive chairman yesterday denied a Cabinet minister’s suggestion he had been consulted on the strike certificates issued for both its trade unions.

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WATER WARS: Gibson threatens to sue and blasts supply saboteurs

WATER and Sewerage Corporation executive chairman Adrian Gibson announced yesterday he has instructed his attorney Ferron Bethell to sue Dwayne Woods for defamation given recent “untrue” statements the union leader made about him.

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Wastewater master plan coming together

THE $18.7m construction of several wastewater treatment plants and pumping stations in New Providence will be completed by the end of the month, saving the Water & Sewerage Corporation maintenance costs, WSC chairman Adrian Gibson said yesterday.

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Gibson 'endangering my life and my family's'

BAHAMAS Utilities Services and Allied Workers Union President Dwayne Woods has accused Adrian Gibson of endangering his life after the Water and Sewerage executive chairman made public a confidential term of the union chief’s employment.

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WSC executive chairman: Woods ‘hasn’t done a day’s work for us in years’

BAHAMAS Utilities Services and Allied Workers Union president Dwayne Woods “has not performed a day’s work” for the Water and Sewerage Corporation in years, according to its executive chairman, who said the man stills gets paid approximately $60,000 a year despite being on “administrative leave”.

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WSC invites bids for water systems in Long Island, Crooked Island

WATER and Sewerage Corporation Executive Chairman Adrian Gibson on Wednesday invited bids for a project that will provide access to quality water supply systems in north Long Island and Crooked Island.

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WSC measures to protect islands from climate change effects

THE Water and Sewerage Company has implemented climate resiliency and disaster management measures in the Family Islands to help protect these islands in the face of climate change.


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