St Kitts and Nevis:
Prime Minister of St Kitts and Nevis
– Dr Terrance Drew, shared the update and glimpses of the beautification drive restoration work of the government, which has begun at government headquarters.
He took to social media and shared glimpses of the beautification work initiated at the government headquarters. He expressed pleasure in the starting of the initiative.
The water fountain was decommissioned for several years in order to renovate it properly. It is situated in the centre on the ground floor of the government
headquarters. Craig Edwards, who is the owner of underground electronics and his team started the work of recommissioning the water fountain over the weekend. Along with that, the work of recommissioning has also started in the garden surrounding the fountain.
The project was restored with an aim to conserve energy and water across St Kitts and Nevis. Edwards outlined that the water will be built in such as way that it will require to be filled once only upon the initial set up, and further, the water will be recycled.
The fountain has been made at the opening at the centre of government headquarters which makes rainwater to refill the fountain occasionally. The fountain has also consisted of a filter pump which is set on a timer to on and off the water at a specific time. The facility will help to conserve energy, constantly recycling the water and allowing the pool to clean itself, thus reducing flies and mosquitoes.
Further, PM Terrance Drew also shared that there will be lighting in the pool, which will give an attractive look to the fountain and change its colour periodically. The lighting will work on the timer, which will save energy. Currently, they have set the light in the red in order to celebrate valentine’s day.
Additionally, an electronic chlorine generator has been included, which eliminates the use of chlorine tablets, as it consistently generates its own chlorine to keep away algae and other forms of bacteria.