Friday, March 1, 2024
601 ad

Low reservoir levels cause for water cuts: WAF

The Water Authority of Fiji, (WAF)says it is experiencing a low reservoir levels, which is affecting supply to Fijians in elevated areas of the Tovata Reservoirs, Nagatugatu Reservoir, Tacirua Reservoir and Dokanisuva Reservoir.

In a statement by WAF, a planned power outage at the Tovata booster pump station today necessitated the activation of our backup Genset however, it has developed a technical issue resulting in the Tovata Booster Pump Station going offline – the WAF Mechanical and Electrical teams are looking into resolving the issues as soon as possible.

They said, as such, customers in the following areas will experience water supply issues.

Tovata Reservoir
No Water to Elevated areas – Upper Makoi, Kaliveitau, No Inflow to Nagatugatu, Veitata, Tovata Road, Qaranivalu, Lomalagi, Vula, Poorva, Sabera, Peela, Caubati Koro, Daniva, Niubalavu, Raikiwai, Niuvula, Niusawa Lane, Tacirua East, Cunningham (Valley Drive), Sulua Street.

Nagatugatu Reservoir
Wrong Turn, Sakoca, Upper Khalsa, Tacirua Heights, Nagatugatu Residents next to Reservoir.

Tacirua Reservoir
Tamavua Koro, Upper Ragg, Deovji Street Tacirua Bus, Amputch Street, Princes Road.

Dokanisuva Reservoir
No Water – All feeding from Dokanaisuva – Seventh Day Church Dokanaisuva to Tacirua Fijian School, Vunuleba Settlement.

The Water Authority of Fiji have indicated their teams are working on valve operation to sustain water levels into the affected reservoirs.

Ilaitia Ravuwai
Ilaitia Ravuwai
Journalist | news@fijilive.com

MORE FROM FIJILIVE

HFC Bank Stadium officially reopens...

The HFC Bank Stadium in Suva officially reopened its doors today af...

Court had ample material to base it...

Defence counsel Devanesh Sharma told the Fiji Court of Appeal today...

Govt lacks expertise to combat fina...

Government is aware of the need for competent and equipped official...

State counsel questions fairness in...

State counsel, Nancy Tikoisuva today expressed her concern over all...
Fijilive Ad

trending

error: