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Water Disruption in Greater Suva Area

The Water Authority of Fiji (WAF) urges all Fijians living in elevated parts of the greater Suva area to store water and prepare for water disruption. This is due to
25 Nov 2020 15:57
Water Disruption in Greater Suva Area

The Water Authority of Fiji (WAF) urges all Fijians living in elevated parts of the greater Suva area to store water and prepare for water disruption.

This is due to a malfunction in one of the pumps at the Tamavua Water Treatment Plant.

WAF teams are already working on this and will continue to work throughout the night as needed.

Heavy rains in the highlands have caused turbidity in the water, resulting in soil and water getting into water filters, reducing the production volume at the plant.

Affected areas include:
Tacirua and Nagatugatu – Sakoca, Wrong turn, Tacirua Heights, Upper Khalsa Road, Princess Road from Khalsa Road junction to Bureta Street, including Upper Ragg, Upper Tamavua and areas of Samabula.

Dokanisuva and Colo-i-Suva – from Naisogo to Khalsa Road junction along Princess Road.

Tamavua Reservoir – Elevated areas in Lami including Delanivesi, parts of Qauia Road, Panoramic, Osonabukete, Beniveli, Uduya Point, Waiqanake.

The Authority advises Fijians to always store at least 2-3 days of clean drinking water in case of emergencies like this.

Water carting trucks will be active through the impacted areas and customers are advised to call 5777 to request carting services and other enquiries.

For more information, please contact the WAF Communications Team on email corpcoms@waf.com.fj


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