- 1 How do I get a WASA connection in Trinidad?
- 2 How do I apply for a TE Connection?
- 3 How do I report a leak to Wasa?
- 4 How to apply for water service in Wasa?
How do I get a WASA connection in Trinidad?
Complete an Agreement/Application Form for New Water Service. Provide a Certificate of Payment (COP) from the District Revenue Office, the City Hall or the Borough Corporation. Provide two (2) valid forms of Picture Identification (National Identification Card, Driver’s Permit, Passport).
How long does it take to get a WASA connection?
Approval of plans takes between seven to ten (7-10) working days, where first time submissions are satisfactory and in accordance with the National Plumbing Code of Trinidad and Tobago.
What is WASA hotline number?
|Head Office, Farm Road, St. Joseph||800-4H2O (800-4420/6) 800-LEAK (800-5325)|
|Caroline Building, Scarborough, Tobago||639-WASA (639-9272) 639-2735|
|Allfields Trace, Lowlands, Tobago||639-6850 639-6853|
|Walk-in service at our twelve (12) Customer Service Centres|
How do I request water from Wasa?
WASA | Water Services. Forms are available at our Customer Service Centres throughout Trinidad & Tobago. Payments for services are to be made by Cash, Certified Cheque, Linx or Credit Card. Submit an authorization letter from registered owner(s) or provide Proof of Power of Attorney.
How do I apply for a TE Connection?
Present at least one form of identification – a Trinidad and Tobago Identification Card, Driver’s Permit or Passport. Provide a Contact Name, Address and Telephone Number. Present an Inspection Certificate of Approval (available from the Government Electrical Inspectorate Division, Ministry of Public Utilities)
How do I transfer my Wasa account?
- Complete a Customer Information Change Form (Name)
- Provide a Certificate of Payment (COP) from the District Revenue Office, the City Hall or the Borough Corporation.
- Provide two (2) valid forms of Picture Identification (National Identification Card, Driver’s Permit, Passport).
- Payment fee of $95.00 (VAT Inclusive)
What is Wasa clearance certificate?
WASA Clearance Certificate. As soon as an Agreement of Sale is signed and a deposit is made, you know for sure you have a buyer for your property and it is recommended to immediately apply for the WASA Clearance Certificate. This has to be done whether it is house and land, or land alone.
What is Wasa email address?
Email: [email protected] (note that all documents submitted via e-mail must be in PDF Format). Drop Boxes located at Head Office, Chaguanas and San Fernando Customer Service Centres.
How do I report a leak to Wasa?
To report a leak in your area, you can call WASA’s head office at 800-4H2O (800-4420/6) or 800-LEAK (800-5325).
How do I pay my WASA bill?
WASA – Payments can be made online with a VISA or MasterCard through WASA’s online bill payment platform. Customers can also use the WASA Services App or Online Commercial Banking platforms to make their payments. TEC – The Quick Pay platform is available to customers.
What are the requirements for applying electricity connection?
- Recent ID picture (2×2), each for maried applicant/joint accounts.
- Current Community Tax Certificate (Cedula) of the applicant.
- Valid ID.
- Contact number.
- In case of a representative, or a person acting in behalf of the applicant, he/she must submit a Notarized Special Power of Attorney (SPA)
How long is a WASA clearance certificate valid for?
The reason for applying after the signing is because the cost for the WASA Clearance Certificate application has to be paid for by the Seller and a Clearance Certificate is only valid for 3 months, so if you apply in advance you might waste your money.
How to apply for water service in Wasa?
Complete an Agreement/Application Form for New Water Service. Provide two (2) valid forms of Picture Identification (National Identification Card, Driver’s Permit, Passport). Provide an Approved Cadastral Map if the premise is land only. Pay Application fee of $737.50 (a non-refundable deposit of $200.00 is included).
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Is there a career connection in Washington State?
WASA Career Connection is regularly updated and publicizes administrative positions available within Washington State and across the nation. Submitting job postings is free of charge. Listings are reviewed and edited as necessary. Most submissions will appear within one business day. Submit open positions.