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Service disruption

Shayal Devi
Wednesday, April 23, 2014

RESIDENTS living in Nadi can expect water disruptions from today.

A statement issued by the Water Authority of Fiji yesterday said customers who resided near the Nadi International Airport area would experience disruptions to supply for some time.

"Supply will be disrupted from 10pm today until 4am on Thursday," the statement read.

"This is due to master meter replacement works, which will be carried out at Airports Fiji Limited.

"The whole of the CAAF compound, Nadi Airport, Airport Fire department and other businesses in the airport compound will be affected."

WAF said supply was expected to normalise by 5am tomorrow after completion of replacement works.

"Customers are advised to store water well in advance and use it wisely during the disruption period."








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