Burst main at Waila plant disrupts Nausori water supply
12 July, 2017, 1:11 pm
Update: 1:11PM A BURST main at the Waila treatment plant in Nausori has caused an interruption of water supply in most parts of Nausori.
Water Authority of Fiji is advising its customers residing
in the areas mentioned below to store and use water wisely for their immediate
needs during this temporary disruption period.
areas affected include the whole of Dilkusha, Muana village, Vunisei village, Baulevu,
Kasavu, Drekeinakelo, Verata, Buiduna, Dawakoto, Lakena, Manoca, Vunivivi, Nausori
town, Nausori village, whole of Vuci road, Waituri, Vuci South
Korociriciri, Maumi, Raralevu village, Buresova, Popi street, Cakobau road,
village, Nadali, Naiyala subdivision, Wainibokasi road, Naselai, Natogadravu, Tikina
Noco, Tikina Tokatoka and all areas connected to the Raralevu Reservoir.
affected are Tikina Dreketi, Vunivaivai, Visama, Nakaulevu, Muana, Tumavia, Nauluvatu,
Namuka, Naimalavau, Daku, Matainoco, Nabouciwa, Buretu, Naivakacau
Nasilai, Kiuva, Naila, Dravo, Naisogovau, Mokani village, Cautata, Vatoa
Ovea, Taro, Bau Island, Namuka, and Nakoroivau.
the schools and medical centres have been also affected.
living in the affected areas are advised to store water supplied by water carting
trucks for their immediate needs, and to use water wisely.
carts are currently on standby to service the affected areas listed above.
Supply is expected to be gradually restored from 10pm this