11 June 2012

Rwanda: 1000 Cubic Meters Water Tank to Be Built

Due to expansion of Kibungo town, people who come to settle, different organizations in the area have started a 250 cubic meters water tank but could not be enough for EWSA customers.

The 250 cubic meter tank was built basing on the number of people that were in Kibungo town and other customers that electro-gaz, now called EWSA had.

The 250 cubic metre tank supplies 84 water tanks draw in kibungo town, one part of Kayonza and Kirehe districts.

What increases the clients is INATEK Kibungo school where the number of students led to increase on water supplied before, Kibungo hospital and Kibungo prison which is EWSA s big customer, narrates Omar Kayibanda; Director for EWSA Ngoma station.

On the issue of water shortage in Kibungo town especially in dry season, Kayibanda asked residents: "The quick solution to on and off water problem is proper usage of dam water especially to car washers. It's vital that water is used well and save some for the summer."

EWSA customers confirm that some residents misuse water for example those who wash feet or hands from the water tap and car washers.

Kayisige, a resident of Kinyonzo denoted: "We did not know why water comes and goes, but if misusing it is the case we shall stop everybody who tries to."

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