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The board of Consolidated Water declared a cash dividend of $0.085 per share after the developer and operator of water supply and treatment plants posted record revenue in the first quarter of the year.
Water is not just a building block of life and a precious natural resource. In this case, it has also served as an inspiration for Cayman’s best students.
Cayman Water has yet to reach an agreement with the Utilities Regulation and Competition Office to serve customers in the Seven Mile Beach and West Bay areas, according to the 2018 annual report from Cayman Water’s parent company, Consolidated Water.
Cayman Water has opened a new plant at its Abel Castillo Water Works facility located off the Esterley Tibbetts Highway in West Bay, adding another million gallons of production per day with a chance to double that output.
After the Utilities Regulation and Competition Office (OfReg) rejected Cayman Water’s most recent proposal for a licensing deal to serve customers in the Seven Mile Beach and West Bay areas, the two parties have resumed negotiations.
Chris Myles conducts his work day just like everyone else.
Cayman Water and its customers have come together to aid a local charity.
Wesleyan Christian Academy’s painting has been chosen as the winner of the Cayman Water art competition, thanks to 192 votes in favor on the company’s Facebook page.
Cayman Water is counting on art to impart an important message.
Cayman Water is scrambling to stay ahead of Grand Cayman’s unquenchable thirst for potable water.
Cayman Water and Cayman Islands Meals on Wheels have combined to impact the environment and the community in one fell swoop. Cayman Water, which recently launched its new website, is hoping to entice its customers to go paperless by making a public contribution to charity.
Nobody left this lecture without quenching their thirst for knowledge. Students from John A. Cumber Primary School in West Bay were treated to a presentation on Cayman’s most precious resource – the water supply – from a pair of prominent experts on Tuesday.
Cayman Water’s Pete Ribbins Memorial charity event is now in its fifth year.
Cayman Water CEO Rick McTaggart has raised a serious and concerning issue with the Cayman Islands government: namely, that lawmakers are preparing to vote to overhaul regulation of the country’s utilities (including water), but nobody bothered to consult with Mr. McTaggart’s company, which is one of Cayman’s two water providers.
Cayman Water has asked government to withdraw and rewrite a proposed bill investing a new utilities regulation office with broad unilateral powers to control the firm’s activities. The company says it was not consulted on the bill.
Residential water rates have been dropping along with energy costs, with energy charges on water bills from both the Water Authority and Cayman Water reduced by 30 percent over the past year.