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Water works to disrupt supply

Shayal Devi
Friday, August 08, 2014

A 24-HOUR disruption in water supply is expected in Lautoka tomorrow as the Water Authority of Fiji carries out repair work on its reticulation system.

In a statement, WAF has advised its customers to store water in advance before it carried out upgrade works from 9am until 9pm tomorrow.

"This will cause 24 hours temporary interruption in water supply while works are carried out on a water supply valve at the Sabeto Village junction," the statement advised.

"The areas likely to be impacted are Vuda, Lomolomo, Viseisei, Lauwaki, Wairebetia, Velovelo, Saru, Natabua, Saru Back Rd, Tavakubu, Kashmir, Kermode, Field 40, Balawa, Topline, Banaras, Natokowaqa, Simla, Tavakubu Rd, Waiyavi, Lautoka City including industrial and commercial areas, Namoli Village, Sukanaivalu Rd, Jinu, Drasa Vitogo and Rifle Range.

"Water carts will be servicing the affected areas until supply is restored and supply is expected to normalise by 10am on Sunday."





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