Six years after it was destroyed by fire, the lunchroom at the Bridgetown Sewerage Treatment Plant has been reopened.
It was officially reopened last Friday by Minister Responsible for the Barbados Water Authority, Wilfred Abrahams as well as chairman of the BWA Leodean Worrell, the General Manager Keithroy Halliday and other officials.
During his remarks, Minister Abrahams says the reopening is a symbol, and an example of what can be done when everyone pulls together in the same direction.
He advised staff to never feel that anything was too small to mention to him, because if it was important to staff it was important to him.
In his remarks to staff of the BSTP, the Minister stated that he knew how important it was for people who work together to feel like a family.
He noted that quite often it was in such places of work where people limed on afternoons, had a drink on Friday and played cricket or dominoes together, that saw the most productive work.