National Water Commission

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Monday to Thursday8:30 am - 4:00 pm
Friday8:30 am - 3:00 pm
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Finance & Administration
18 Oxford Rd Kingston 5 Jamaica876-926-5825
Or 876-926-5826
Or 876-926-5827
Customer Care & Emergency 1-888-225-5692
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Governed by The National Water Commission Act (1980), The National Water Commission (NWC) formally established in 1980 through the amalgamation of the Kingston and St. Andrew Water Commission and the rurally focused, National Water Authority. This amalgamation resulted in the merging of some major systems island wide under one authority.

From as early as 1766, Roger Hope Elleston, owner of The Hope Estate, constructed an open aqueduct to carry surplus water from his property to the then town of Kingston. The system fell into a state of disrepair and its operation was eventually discontinued in 1777.

One of the first ever piped water supply systems in the Western Hemisphere originated in Jamaica, in the town of Falmouth, Trelawney. With the Martha Brae River as its source, in 1799 the Falmouth Water Works Company was established, to supply the town of Falmouth and visiting ships.

Since then, different approaches and organisational arrangements have been used to extend water supply to various sections of the country. Today, the NWC is the primary provider of potable water in Jamaica supplying more than 2 million persons with water service daily and more than million of those persons with wastewater services also.
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The Making of the Mona Reservoir
The Mona Water Treatment Plant
The Yallahs Pipeline Scheme
Roaring River Treatment Plant
Logwood Treatment Plant
Martha Brae Treatment Plant (# 1 & 2)
Dornoch Treatment Plant
White River Treatment Plant
Grants Level Treatment Plant
Springfield Pumping Station
Spanish Town Treatment Plant
Hayes Deepwell/Pumping Station
Greater Mandeville Water Supply System
Malvern/Munro Pumping Station
Sewerage Treatment Plants