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With so many tubes that distribute water to the thousands of households in Aruba, it goes without saying that an occasional leakage can occur from time to time. Check out the video to learn more about how these leakages are prevented and controlled.
Servicing the machines at W.E.B. that process drinking water and produce electricity is a big undertaking. In this episode, we continue with part two of the importance of maintenance.
The first episode of season two emphasizes the importance of regular maintenance to ensure that things run as smooth as possible. Take a look at the kick-off episode to find out more.
Over the years we've learned that certain questions just keep coming back. We're reviewing a few of them in this episode. If you have other questions visit our FAQ's section on the site!
All buildings in Aruba use a WEB Watermeter to receive and manage the water that is consumed. This episode will explain the process for applying for a new meter and the wide range of advice our knowledgeable staff can help you with.
Is there a difference between Safety y Security? Let's break it down!
Sometimes the energy demand on the island of Aruba surpasses WEB's production capacity, for example when the wind suddenly stops blowing (very unusual and inconvenient due to our use of wind energy) We're in the process of building energy reserves especially for situacions like there, meet the FLYWHEEL.
Producing energy and then distributing it to end-users is quite a complex undertaking. Now and then things can go amiss. Here's what happens at WEB in case of a "brownout" or "blackout".
WEB is dedicated to informing and educating young people in Aruba about Water and Energy. Find out about the different programs to achieve this in a fun way.
By gradually introducing new renewable sources into our grid we're working towards our goal of becoming Cleaner, Greener and Fuel-Oil Free by the year 2020