The Barbados Water Authority (BWA) has rolled out another version of its personal tank programme.
This time around, over 2400 systems will be installed across the country.
Deputy Prime Minister and Water Resources Minister, Santia Bradshaw, says it supplements ongoing works across the country as the agency remains committed to ensuring Barbadians have access to the precious resource.
The venture is made possible with funding from the Caribbean Community Climate Change Centre (CCCCC).
National Project Coordinator, Dr Elon Cadogan, lauded the BWA for the effort noting it is a small component of ongoing work.
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