Guyana water Incorporated, GWI currently has 24 sewerage pumping stations that forms a sewerage system within central Georgetown and a septic receiving station at Tucville that receives sewage from a network within the Tucville-Stevedore housing schemes . These two networks stations collects the effluent from a fixed population of approximately 60,000 residents along with a transient population of another 200,000 persons. The estimated combined daily per capital load is approximately 11,000 cubic meters. Part of the company’s developmental program is the construction of two wastewater treatment plant. These plants are to be constructed, one at the end of the Georgetown Sewerage System and the other at the Tucville Sewerage System.