The Guyana Water Incorporated will now be able to spend less than half of the time it currently takes to maintain its wells on the coastland. This will be possible with the procurement of a hydraulic maintenance truck and accompanying equipment to the tune of approximately GYD$45M. 

GWI’s Chief Executive Officer, Shaik Baksh upon inspecting the machinery on Tuesday said that the machinery, which was imported from Holland, is highly sophisticated and will further boost the company’s already robust well maintenance programme for its 145 wells on the coastland.