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The new billing system is currently being implemented in communities including Tema, Kpone, Ashaiman, Spintex, Baatsonaa, Sakumono, Kpong, Akuse, Tema New Town, and surrounding areas.
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GWCL announces new billing and payment system

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The Ghana Water Company Limited (GWCL) has said it has rectified the problem that resulted in the shortage of water supply to some areas of Accra
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Western Region loses 5.3m gallons of water daily to galamsey

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Experts at the Ghana Water Company have warned that the country risks importing water for consumption unless illegal mining activities stop. As the country joins the rest of the world to mark the WHO World Water Day, the experts say the spate of water pollution in Ghana is approaching alarming levels.
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World Water Day: Ghana risks importing water

The Ghana Water Company Limited (GWCL) has called for stringent and timely measures to halt the activities of illegal mining (galamsey) which continue to deplete raw water resources across the country.
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Time to halt illegal mining for potable water