WEIJA DAM SPILLAGE- Due to the heavy downpour in the catchment area of the Densu River basin, Management of Ghana Water Company Limited (GWCL) has begun minimal spillage of excess water from the dam as at Sunday 11th October, 2020. Management of GWCL therefore wishes to inform members of the general public as well as institutions and organizations who have properties downstream of the dam to take note and act accordingly since information from the Ghana Meteorological Agency (GMA) indicates that there will be more rains. Meanwhile the GWCL, NADMO and other sector agencies are making arrangement for the provision of water and other services to the people displaced by the flood. Affected communities include; Tetegu, Oblogo, Pambros Salt, Lower McCarthy Hill, Lower Weija, Bojo Beach, Ada Kopey and surrounding communities.
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SENIOR MANAGEMENT - MRS. MARGARET N. MACAULEY

Mrs. Margaret N. Macauley

Chief Manager 

(Water Quality Assurance)

Margaret N. M. Macauley is currently the Chief Manager, Water Quality Assurance. Prior to this, she served for five years as Water Quality Manager in charge of the GWCL Central Laboratory with the Accra Tema Area Production Region. She began her professional career with GWCL 1992.

In 2009, Mrs. Macauley was transferred to Accra East Region as the Regional Water Quality Manager with responsibilities for Accra East, Accra West as well as Tema Regions. In 2008, she served under AVRL as the team leader for the nationwide project to roll-out Water Safety Plans in all the regions. Between 2005 and 2008, Mrs. Macauley worked in the Central Region as the Regional Chemist in charge of seven water treatment systems and their corresponding distribution system areas.

Prior to that, she worked for five years at the Weija Headworks as the process Chemist. She also served as the assistant to the Regional Chemist in the Ashanti Regional Laboratory for two years. Her first duty station with the company was Barekese Headworks, where she worked for five years as the first female to ever work at that treatment plant.