Big Water Cut For Rewa Delta On January 8-9

This is from next week at 9pm, January 8, 2021 to 5pm the next day.
31 Dec 2020 09:42
Big Water Cut For Rewa Delta On January 8-9

The Water Authority of Fiji (WAF) wishes to advise its customers living in the whole of Rewa Delta, Tailevu South, and Nausori Town till Baulevu, that they will be experiencing low water pressure to no water.

This is from next week at 9pm, January 8, 2021 to 5pm the next day.

The planned works are to allow WAF contractors to carry out connection works on the new DICL 600mm to the existing 450mm mPVC water main near the Rewa Bridge.

These works are part of WAF’s actions on improving water supply to the Greater Suva – Nausori corridor and links to our new Rewa River Water Supply Scheme due for completion in March, 2022.

Affected areas include: 

  • Dilkusha Road 
  • Davuilevu Theological College
  • Muana, Navatuyaba, Toga, Rewa 
  • Nausori Village 
  • Nausori T own 
  • Lakena Road 
  • Verata Wailevu 
  • Kasavu – Baulevu 
  • Buiduna & Irrigation 
  • Raralevu, Namata, Maumi Village 
  • Vuci Road, Vuci South, Vusuya Road & Naduru Road 
  • Vunimono, Nadali, Bau Road, Nausori Airport & Naselai 
  • Naduru, Molituva Village 
  • Burebasaga, Nakaile & Natogadravu Village 
  • Tikina Bau 
  • Tikina Nakelo 
  • Tikina Tokatoka 
  • Nasilai, Vadrai, Muanaira, Kiuva, Vatani & Dromuna 
  • Tikina Noco Rewa 

Water carting trucks are on standby to service the affected areas during the temporary disruption period. WAF urges customers to conserve and always store sufficient amounts of water to last them for at least two to three days in their homes at all times.

For further enquiries, customers can call 334 6777 or short code 5777 (all mobile networks) or email


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