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Thousands along Suva to Nausori corridor facing water disruptions

Thousands along Suva to Nausori corridor facing water disruptions

By Pratika Mala
Monday 04/11/2019

Thousands of people living along the Suva to Nausori corridor have been affected by low water pressure and disruptions in water supply since yesterday.

The Water Authority of Fiji says water supply is expected to normalise by 6pm today.

It says the disruption is due to low water levels at the service reservoirs, which is a result of the planned power disruption by Energy Fiji Limited at the Waila Water Pumping Station. 

Those receiving their water supply from the Wainibuku, Tovata, Kalabu, Rewa and Raralevu Reservoirs have been affected. 

The Water Authority of Fiji says power supply was restored at 5.30pm yesterday however more time is required for water supply to normalize. 

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