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Press statement

October 19, 2018

NO AGENTS NO BOREHOLE FLOW METERS The Water Resources Management Authority (WARMA) would like to inform the general public that it has NOT appointed any agents to register nor install any...

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Press Statement on the Extension of the …

September 28, 2018

Press statement on the Extension of Borehole Registration The Water Resources Management Authority (WARMA) has extend the Borehole registration deadline from 30th September, 2018 to 31st March, 2019. Press Statement on the...

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PRESS RELEASE ON COMPLIANCE LEVELS ON GR…

July 16, 2018

PRESS RELEASE ON COMPLIANCE LEVELS ON GROUND WATER REGULATIONS The Acting Director General for Water Resources Management Authority responded to a press query from Media Houses on the compliance levels on...

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Director General

Water Resources Management Authority (Head Quarters)

Plot 4186, Addis Ababa Drive

P.O. Box 51059

Lusaka

Tel: 0211251934

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Catchment Manager

Chambeshi Catchment Office

Kasama

Mobile: +260977-405352

 

Catchment Manager

Luangwa Catchment office

Kabwe

Office:  +260 953 014123 or 0974 878698

 

Catchment Manager

Kafue Catchment Office

Mazabuka

Mobile: +260972-346481

Office:  +260978 944156

 

Catchment Manager

Zambezi Catchment Office

Mongu

Mobile: +260974-085398

 

Tanganyika Catchment Office

Contact details will be available soon

 

WARMA at a Glance

What is WARMA?

 

The Water Resources Management Authority (WARMA) is an autonomous body established by the Water Resources Management Act, No. 21 of 2011. WARMA exercises control over all water resources in Zambia as envisioned in the Water Resources Management Act. The Act set out provisions to regulate the use of water in Zambia by considering or issuing of water permits with the exception of international shared water bodies.

 
WARMA Mandate

 

To preserve and protect Zambia’s ground and surface water resources and regulate the abstraction, allocation, use, development and management of water resources in a sustainable manner.

 
Who is Elligible for Water Permits

 

  • Farmers

 

  • Hydropower producers

 

  • Industries

 

  • Mines

 

  • Water Utility Companies

 

Who is exempted

 

  • Domestic and non-commercial users