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Caribbean Water Treatment Ltd.
Caribbean Water Treatment Ltd.
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Location: AG Antigua and Barbuda
Phone: Show Phone 1-268-462-6565
Full address: Show Full address Lower Dickenson Bay Street, St. John's Antigua
Email: Show Email cwt@candw.ag
Website': Show Website www.cwt.ag
COMPANY PROFILE
 
 
Company Background
 
Caribbean Water Treatment Ltd. was incorporated in St. John’s in August, 1992 under the Companies Act of Antigua & Barbuda. It is a privately held, 100% Antiguan owned corporation. Since 1992, the company has grown locally and regionally to become a leading provider of water and wastewater treatment services in the Eastern Caribbean.The company’s office and retail outlet is located at Lower Dickenson Bay Street, St. John’s, Antigua.
 
In 2006, the company separated its growing swimming pool business into a wholly owned subsidiary called CWT Caribbean Pools Ltd. CWT Caribbean Pools Ltd. is the leading swimming pool construction and maintenance company in Antigua, and also provides its services in other Easter Caribbean islands.
 
The company’s founder and managing director, Mr. J. Mario Bento, has over 25 years of experience in water treatment in North America and the Caribbean. He holds a Bachelor of Applied Science degree in Chemical Engineering from the University of Toronto and a Masters in Environmental Systems Engineering from McMaster University in Canada. In addition to work-terms at ESSO Chemical in Canada and the Antigua Public Utilities Authority (APUA) Crabbs Desalination Plant, Mr. Bento also worked four years as a process development engineer for Zenon Environmental Inc. in Canada, a worldwide leader in the development and manufacture of membrane based systems for water and wastewater treatment. At Zenon, Mr. Bento managed process development projects for several large industrial clients across Canada and the U.S., including IBM, Maxwell House, Procter & Gamble and Kraft General Foods.
 
The company now specializes in swimming pool, water and wastewater treatment services, serving commercial, residential and industrial customers in Antigua and other Caribbean islands. We provide a full range of services including:
Design and consulting services
Equipment sales and procurement
Equipment installation
Repairs
Operation/maintenance contracts
Sales of water treatment chemicals and supplies
 
 
Mission Statement
 
We are committed to meeting our customers’ water and wastewater needs through a complete range of services: engineering services, equipment sales, installation/repairs, operation/maintenance contracts and sales of equipment and supplies. Our competitive edge is that we are able to provide a complete range of water management services all under one roof. We have the in house capability to solve technical problems and customize solutions for specific needs. Our customers are in the industrial, commercial and residential sectors across the Caribbean region. We strive for continued improvement and excellence in our products and services.
 
We encourage a culture of mutual trust and maximizing of individual potential amongst our employees. Our employees are considered partners in business. They are treated fairly, allowed to develop personally and recognized for their accomplishments and loyalty. In return, the company expects employees to be honest and apply diligence in their work. All employees are annually rewarded above their standard wages based on commitment and performance, through a profit sharing program.
 
We conduct business with our suppliers and service providers with integrity and respect. We also consider them our partners in business, and expect honesty and fair treatment in return.
 
We are committed to creating value for the company’s shareholders by preserving investment equity and providing reasonable return on investment.
 
We honour our duty to be responsible corporate citizens and make significant contributions to national and regional development.
 
 
 
 
PRODUCTS & SERVICES PAGE 1 – WATER & WASTEWATER TREATMENT
 
 
Overview
 
Caribbean Water Treatment Ltd. provides a full range of water and wastewater treatment services covering most treatment processes. We can recommend the best treatment process or series of processes to meet our customers’ water quality requirements and provide a complete, reliable and cost-effective solution. Through exclusive relationships with leading technology providers and our local technical support team, we are able to deliver solutions in a timely and cost-effective manner. Our products and services cover the following processes:
Reverse Osmosis Desalination
Activated Sludge Sewage Treatment
Ultraviolet Light Sterilization
Ozonation and Chlorination
Cartridge and Media Filtration
Water Softening and Ion Exchange
Water Pumps and Distribution Systems
 
 
Reverse Osmosis Desalination
 
Caribbean Water Treatment Ltd. represents Xylem-Water Equipment Technologies (WET) exclusively in the Eastern Caribbean. WET is a leading manufacturer of brackish and seawater reverse osmosis (RO) desalination plants, providing membrane systems solutions since 1975. RO systems are available from 100 GPD to capacities of several million gallons per day. WET’s durable and reliable Seawater Reverse Osmosis systems are designed to perform in the harsh and corrosive environments we experience in the Caribbean. Their manufacturing facilities are located in Dallas, Texas. See www.wetpurewater.com
 
 
We have installed WET RO plants at several resorts and water utilities in Antigua, Barbuda, Grenada, St. Vincent & the Grenadines, Tortola and St. Thomas (US Virgin Islands).
 
 
Activated Sludge Sewage Treatment
 
Caribbean Water Treatment Ltd. designs and constructs simple, extended aeration SBR, all custom built to meet our customers’ requirements. We also design and construct sewage collection systems for resorts and commercial developments. We have installed over 40 plants ranging in size from 500 gpd to 70,000 gpd for hotels, resorts and commercial facilities in Antigua and St. Kitts. Technology and expertise is available through Xylem Water and Wastewater Group to provide more sophisticated wastewater treatment processes. MBR solutions are available through NewTerra in Ontario, Canada.
 
 
Water Treatment
Caribbean Water Treatment Ltd. supplies and installs UV sterilizers, ozonators, sediment filters, activated carbon filters, ion exchange systems and chlorination systems. Our experience covers potable water treatment, bottle water production and industrial pure water applications. UV sterilizers for residential and commercial potable water applications are available from Trojan Technologies (see www.trojanuv.com). Ozonation and UV equipment is also available from Xylem Wedeco (see www.wedeco.com).
We also provide water pumps and distribution systems for residential, commercial and industrial applications. We are dealers for Sta-Rite pumps and pressure tanks (see www.sta-rite-pumps.com), and Xylem Goulds water, sewage and effluent pump products (see www.goulds.com).
 
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PRODUCTS & SERVICES– POOLS & SPAS
 
Design, installation and maintenance services are provided through our CWT Caribbean Pools division. Over the last twelve years, we have grown to become a leading provider of pool & spa services in the Eastern Caribbean. At the International Pool & Spa Expo in Las Vegas in 2004, CWT Caribbean Pools received gold medal awards for the Best Natural and Best Freeform Concrete Pools Outside the U.S. from the National Pool and Spa Institute. We have worked on some of the largest and most exotic pools built in the Caribbean over the last few years including the 450,000 gallon Jolly Beach Resort Fantasy Pool in Antigua, the Four Seasons Reflection Pool in Nevis, the Terrace Pool at Fort Young Hotel in Dominica, the Beach Pool at little Dix Bay Resort in Virgin Gorda, BVI and the Pools of Villa Cabrera in Dominican Republic.
 
 
Design Services
 
CWT Caribbean Pools can provide design services for both residential and commercial pool for even the most challenging pool designs. We can assist in mechanical design, lighting options, specialty water features, pool surfaces, and deck and coping options.   We have design and installed pools with an array of water features including water falls, cascade basins, fountains, negative edges, wet deck and beach entries. The company received gold medal awards in 2004 for the Best Natural and Freeform Concrete Pools Outside the U.S. from the National Pool and Spa Institute based in the U.S.
 
 
Construction & Installation Services
 
CWT Caribbean Pools offers mechanical and lighting installation services as well as pool start-up and commissioning. We have installed Diamond Brite, Pebble Tech and Marcite plastered surfaces on over 200 swimming pools in Antigua, St. Kitts, Virgin Gorda, Grenada, Dominica and Dominican Republic over the last ten years. We also work with Pool Boy Plastering in Fort Lauderdale, FL to take on large commercial jobs and Pebble Tec surfaces.
 
 
Maintenance Services
 
CWT Caribbean Pools provides pool and spa maintenance services to residential and commercial customers in Antigua. Our company has been a member of the Association of Pool and Spa Professionals for seven years now, and several of our staff have received Certified Pool Operator certification from the National Swimming Pool Foundation for operation of public swimming pools.
 
 
 
 
CONTACT US PAGE
 
Caribbean Water Treatment Ltd.
Friars Hill
P.O. Box W219,
St. John’s,
Antigua & Barbuda
Tel: (268) 462-6565
Fax: (268) 460-9929
Email: cwt@candw.ag
 
 
Mario Bento
Managing Director
Email: mario@caribbeanwatertreatment.com
Mario Bento CV
 
Denise Pecanha
Assistant Operations Manager
Email: denise@caribbeanwatertreatment.com
 
Harry Jno Baptiste
Service Manager
CWT Water Treatment Division
Email: harry@caribbeanwatertreatment.com
 
Dre Joseph
Service Manager
CWT Pools Division
Email: drey@caribbeanwatertreatment.com
 
Arlene Thomas
Office Manager
Email: arlene@cwtltd.com
 
 
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Lia Nicholson
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Location: AG Antigua and Barbuda
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The Environmental Awareness Group of Antigua & Barbuda
The Environmental Awareness Group of Antigua & Barbuda
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Category: Project Management / Operations Management
Location: AG Antigua and Barbuda
Phone: Show Phone 1-268-462-6236
Full address: Show Full address St Johns, Antigua, P.O. Box 2103
Email: Show Email eagantigua@gmail.com
The Environmental Awareness Group, or EAG as it is more commonly known, is a national, voluntary, not-for-profit, non-governmental organization.
 
For some years a small group of local people had strong concerns about the pressures on Antigua- Barbuda's natural environment. A lead role was played by Desmond Nicholson and Edward T. Henry who were members of the Historical and Archaeological Society –  better known as HAS.   HAS is the main support group for the Museum of Antigua and Barbuda and other heritage concerns.
 
On June 9, 1988, the Museum hosted a meeting on environmental matters, coinciding with an environmental exhibit, and a slide show displaying environmental abuse in Antigua-Barbuda.
 
This formed part of a drive by the Caribbean Conservation Association (CCA) to promote greater awareness in the Caribbean of the importance of environmental conservation.  Subsequent meetings held by members of HAS led to the creation of the Concerned Citizens Conservation Committee, and in 1989 this was formally constituted as an organisation and Under the Friendly Societies Act and renamed the EAG, recognising the fundamental importance of public awareness for support of conservation initiatives.
 
EAG's Vision:
A society informed and empowered to sustainably use and manage its natural resources
 
EAG’s Mission Statement:
(a) to raise public awareness of the values of – and threats to - natural resources and to promote their sustainable management.
(b) Motivate and promote civil society participation in environmental decision-making and management.
(c) Support and undertake natural resource conservation projects that develop a better understanding of the use and management of natural resources.
(d) Advocate and support policies, legislation and programmes which support sustainable use and management of natural resources.
(e) Fundraising, soliciting, receiving and accepting financial assistance, donations, endowments, gifts (both intervivos and testamentary) and loans of or any interest in money, lands, or other property whatsoever whether real or personal to further the aims and objectives of the Organisation..
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