“It is not easy to rebuild from the ashes. We may not be able to give them the home they need at this time, but we are providing them the opportunity to make an early start with a new water connection”.The words of NAWASA’s General Manager Mr. Christopher Husbands as he reflects on the moment NAWASA decided to start the rebuilding process for the Cadet family from La Fillette in St. Andrew.
It was the perfect weather, the perfect setting and the perfect ending…..the Production & Quality Department is crowned Champions of NAWASA’s First Ever Independence Road Relay.
The visible smiles on the faces of employees at NAWASA’s 5th Annual Independence Extravaganza were a true testament to this year’s Independence theme “Moving forward in unity to build a stronger nation”. The urgency to greet each other with a handshake, a hug or even with a simple smile demonstrated just how important it is for staff to come together and socialise.
St. John’s Anglican, Grenada Boys Secondary School, Grenada Christian Academy, St. Louis Girls RC and St. Patrick’s Anglican have benefitted from an over three thousand dollar investment, in the form of trophies and medals for their athletic sports meet by the National Water and Sewerage Authority (NAWASA).
The National Water and Sewerage Authority (NAWASA) observes the biggest event in the water industry, World Water Day on Sunday March 22nd, 2015
The National Water and Sewerage Authority (NAWASA) launched its World Water Day Activities today March 19th at The Authority’s Main Office on the Carenage.
The word hero in any part of speech is quite rarely used today, but heroic is the only adjective that justifies the act of a local Police Constable.
February 7th is no ordinary day in Grenada’s history and the staff at the National Water and Sewerage Authority (NAWASA) is determined to display their spirit of patriotism. In this regard, the Authority will be holding its 5th Annual Independence Extravaganza to commemorate Grenada’s forty one (41) years as an independence nation.