First Floor, Old Administration Building
Main Street, Road Town
Virgin Islands (British) VG1110
Water Bottling/Ice plants are inspected at least twice a year to ensure that the water produced by these plants is potable and does not pose a health risk to consumers.
Step 1: Submit completed Registration for Water or Ice Plant Form to the Division.
Step 2: An inspection is scheduled and conducted with the plant/business.
Step 3: If the plant/business passes the inspection, recommendations will be made to the Department of Trade and Consumer Affairs for licencing. If the plant/business fails the inspection, recommendations are given to the proprietor for improvement.
Step 4: The Divison will make periodic inspections for further improvement and compliance.
- Copy of most recent Water Test Results
- Trade Licence (if applicable)
Turn Around Time
Any application for the operation of a new commercial water bottling plant or business must provide a layout of the plant and information on their water source and treatment process. Water Bottling/Ice Plant should have their raw and treated water tested quarterly. The results should be maintained at the plant for examination by the Environmental Health Officer.
Department Contact Information
Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Valley, Virgin Gorda