With Micronesia in Extereme Drought, GWA Customer’s To Conserve Water

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National weather service meteorologist Chip Guard has said that Micronesia is experiencing one of the strongest El Nino events in recent memory and as well as one of the strongest droughts.

Guam – One CCU member is cautioning the Guam Waterworks Authority to come up with a plan because if the extreme drought continues, the south could face a major water issue.

 

CCU Commissioner Simon Sanchez says that GWA should begin to take steps to inform the public to conserve water, specifically in the south. At a GWA work session, both Sanchez and CCU Chairman Joey Duenas preached water conservation, especially if the Micronesian drought continues.

 

“The first thing is just continue to think about if this drought gets any works what’s the risk with the south with Ugum, where’s the crossover when Ugum becomes a problem and we cant feed the south and what is our solution…start thinking about that,” said Sanchez

 

National weather service meteorologist Chip Guard has said that Micronesia is experiencing one of the strongest El Nino events in recent memory and as well as one of the strongest droughts.