100 water trucks to be deployed up coming month: WAF
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Taken from/By: FBC News
Report by: Praneeta Prakash
Hundred h2o vans will be deployed to cart h2o to hospitals, airport, educational facilities and inns for the duration of the four days prepared h2o disruption in Nadi and Lautoka upcoming month.
Board Director Kamal Gounder states this is to make certain that there is no interruption in any significant solutions.
The H2o Authority will be carrying out significant servicing do the job at the Nagado cure plant which features the replacement of a defective command valve and an additional repair in the primary transmission pipe to the Nagado Water plant.
WAF Main Working Officer, Saman Ekanayake suggests water source in the affected areas is predicted to be restored right after the repairs.
Ekanayake suggests the Nagado remedy plant desires to be fixed by following month.
“It was a slight leakage it is establishing now so we noticed this for a couple of months now so even we can go up to February without having any issue but is protected if we do it in February simply because if it further develops it can be a big catastrophe.”
As a result of these repairs, around just one hundred and fifty thousand people will deal with drinking water disruptions for four times from February 3rd to the 6th.
This excludes Lautoka City centre and some of its outer boundaries including Tomuka, Waiyavi phase 5, Saru Backroad and Vunato to Teidamu.
Nevertheless, Nadi will have its drinking water totally shut down which include Denarau Island.
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