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Water disruptions

Shayal Devi
Wednesday, February 05, 2014

BE conservation-conscious when using water. This is the advice from the Water Authority of Fiji to residents in Lautoka as water cuts in parts of the Sugar City continue.

A statement from the authority said disruptions were because of a continuous low water flow experienced at Kashmir reservoir, thus affecting the water reticulation system.

"The Kashmir reservoir is entirely dependent on the Nagado reservoir in Nadi which also supplies to all Nadi customers," the authority said.

The affected areas include Tavakubu Village, Simla, Rifle Range, Kashmir, Waiyavi, Chand Umaria St, VM Pillay Rd, Ram Asre, Vomo St, Jinnu Rd and Vesi Crescent.

"The water authority ensures that water trucks will be carting water to these affected areas."








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