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Burst main causes water disruption in Labasa

By LUKE RAWALAI
Wednesday, February 19, 2014

Update: 10:28AM THE Water Authority of Fiji advises its customers residing in some parts of the greater Labasa area that they will be experiencing water disruptions from 9am to 5pm today.

This is due to a 300mm AC burst main at Benau (Nasealevu trunk main line) causing low water level at Benau reservoir and other service reservoirs.

The following areas will be affected; whole of Labasa reticulation, Bulileka, Urata, Anuve, Boca, Dreketilailai, Boubale, Lowcost, Vitadra, Basoga, Vunivau, Soasoa, Batinikama, Wailevu, Rara, Lajonia, Bocalevu, Qelewaqa, Tabucola Tiri Rd.

 

Supply is expected to normalize by 5pm today. Water trucks will service the affected areas until supply is fully restored. Customers residing in these affected areas are advised to store and use water wisely.








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