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National Water Commission

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Jamaica's National Water Commission (NWC) is a government agency charged with providing potable water and wastewater treatment services. Its projects include the Santa Cruz water supply project, north western parishes' water supply improvement project, and a consignment of Chinese pipes earmarked for projects across the island, among others. NWC, Jamaica's main water service provider, was established in 1980.

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