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Every year, bikers, walkers and runners gather to take to the road for a great cause, in honour of the late Pete Ribbins, past...
Utility regulator OfReg has rejected a request by Cayman Water Company to raise the price of water for customers in Grand Cayman, saying that there was no justification for the rate increase.
Cayman Water Company has donated US$3,375 to buy 75 water filtration units to help combat cholera and other pathogens at risk of contaminating Haiti’s drinking water in the wake of Hurricane Matthew. Matthew, a category 5 storm, hit southwest Haiti on Oct. 4.
Legal drafters penning an 82-page law to create a unified regulatory office for Cayman’s utility providers did not solicit opinions from the half-dozen affected companies, instead they only consulted their controlling agencies.
In an eight-page response to Cayman Water Company CEO Rick McTaggart, government has sought to counter calls to withdraw and rewrite proposed legislation creating a single office regulating Cayman’s utility companies.
Cayman Water Company recently launched a program to educate students in several schools on island about tap water and the desalination process. The company’s project engineer in business development, Karlene Singh, has made presentations at four schools in George Town and West Bay.
The fourth annual Pete Ribbins Memorial Ride will be held on Sunday, Aug. 14.
The Cayman Water Company has cleared the first of two hurdles, winning the technical phase of its bid to build a half-billion-dollar desalinization plant in northern Mexico, close to the U.S. border.