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Store water, WAF advises Ba residents

By SHAYAL DEVI
Tuesday, August 05, 2014

Update: 3:34PM THE Water Authority of Fiji is advising consumers in Ba to start storing water as there is a possibility of a temporary water disruption tomorrow.

In a statement, WAF said the disruption will be from 9am until 4pm.

"The impacted areas include Navoli and Waibuka, areas along Vatukoula Back Road from Navatu top," WAF said.

"This disruption in supply is due to a planned power shutdown which has been scheduled for the whole of Navatu Road, Ba.

"The authority advises its customers residing in these areas to store water and use it wisely during this temporary disruption in supply.

"However, water carts will be servicing the affected areas until supply is restored. Supply is expected to normalise by 5pm."








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