In March this year Solomon Water released a statement to inform the public about the increasing number of faulty prepaid, or Cash Water meters. Solomon Water advised that its objectives in introducing Cash Water meters were twofold. The first was to increase customer awareness of water consumption and, in the process, help customers and their households save on their water expenses. The second objective was to halt the growing amount of arrears on Solomon Water’s books through unpaid water accounts.

Solomon Water recommissioned its White River borefield on Thursday 27 May 2021.  This project, commenced in 2019 and included the rehabilitation of 2 boreholes and the pump station in White River, some of which were extensively damaged during the tension period. This project cost was over $7m and was fully funded by Solomon Water to ensure facilities are upgraded and meet growing customer needs.