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Water Supply To Normalise Today

People living along the Suva and Nausori corridor were without water supply yesterday and are expected to have proper supply from 6am this morning. Water Authority of Fiji (WAF) said
31 Mar 2017 11:00
Water Supply To Normalise Today
Those living in the Suva and Nausori corridorwere affected by water supply due to two major bursts in transmission mains from Waila Treatment Plant to Wainibuku Reservoir. Photo: WAF

People living along the Suva and Nausori corridor were without water supply yesterday and are expected to have proper supply from 6am this morning.

Water Authority of Fiji (WAF) said the interruptions in supply were a result of two major bursts in transmission mains from Waila Treatment Plant to Wainibuku Reservoir.

The affected areas included Nakasi, Davuilevu Housing, Nadera, Nadawa, Narere, All areas receiving water from the Wainibuku Reservoir, Amputch Place, Deoji Street, Niranjan Street, Cunningham, Valelevu, Tacirua Heights, Khalsa Road, Upper Tuirara, Makoi, Muanikoso, Laqere Village, Navosai, Makoi, Lower and Upper Ragg Avenue, Namadi Heights, Tacirua East, Sakoca, Caubati, Tacirua, Nagatugatu, Colo-i-Suva, Dokanaisuva and Princess Road.

The authority has advised its customers residing in those affected areas to use water wisely for their immediate needs during this temporary disruption period.

Water carts were on standby to service the affected areas. The water supply was expected to be gradually restored.

Meanwhile, customers living in parts of Labasa also had disruptions to their water supply. Areas Affected included; Nasekula Rd (from Discount Shop to Nasekula Bridge),  Vakamasisuasua, James Madhavan Street, Salusalu Street, Sarwan Street, William Place, Nadawa Street (from Police Station)  to the Namara Sewerage and Namara West (Radio Station).

The interruption in supply was a result of repair works on a burst main at James Madhavan Street. The authority is kindly advising its customers residing in these areas to store and use water wisely for their immediate needs during the period. Supply was expected to have been restored at 1am.

WAF apologises for any inconvenience that this disruption may have caused.

For further enquiries, customers can call 3346777 and 5777 (Vodafone, Digicel & Inkk users) or email contact@waf.com.fj.

Source: WAF

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