THE Water and Sewerage Authority (WASA) is encouraging citizens to conserve water especially during the dry season that will end in May.
A press release from WASA's head of Corporate Communications Ellen Lewis on Tuesday stated that March has been identified as the driest month of the year with 34.3 millimetres of rainfall.
Lewis stated, "This period generally triggers and demands a change in behaviour by members of the public in terms of their water use habits to one that promotes conservation and water use efficiency."
She stated, "WASA draws 60 per cent of its total daily production from surface water sources which are significantly reduced during the dry season."
According to WASA, its main reservoirs will "continue to be in line with long term averages".
And WASA will continue to monitor reservoirs and will make necessary adjustments to the levels of production if needed.