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More than 5k to benefit from new reservoir


Sep 23, 2022 10:07:41 AM

A new $3 million water reservoir is set to address intermittent supply issues along Tacirua East Road, off Khalsa Road in Nasinu and benefit over 5500 residents.
Water Authority of Fiji chief executive Dr Amit Chanan says contractors are working to complete the pipe connection and pipe laying works within the next four weeks.
"We are extremely thankful to the Housing Authority team for working with us in enabling this project to get underway and provide Fijians living along Khalsa Road, Tacirua Heights, and parts of Nasinu to get a better and steady supply of clean drinking water."
He said a funding of $1.06 million from the mini-budget has also been instrumental, enabling WAF contractors to undertake the reservoir connection and pipe laying works that were remaining.
"At the moment, the upper Tacirua East sub-division and Niubalavu Crescent which are densely populated areas experience intermittent supply as they solely depend on the reservoir levels at the Nagatugatu reservoir and the daily valve operations.
Dr Chanan said that a total investment of $3.4 million has enabled the expansion of water storage providing resilience to the Tovata and Nagatugatu water supply zone.
"Once completed, the new reservoir will address the service disruptions within the area, bringing much-needed relief to the intermittently supplied areas, as well as ensuring better service delivery to Fijians in the area."
Housing Authority of Fiji deputy chairman Saud Minam thanked the Water Authority of Fiji for its efforts and for ensuring that Fijians in communities receive the best supply of water.
"This is a great opportunity and seeing the progress in a short period of time. I recall the conversation we had with the WAF CEO in terms of the issues the communities here are facing and how quickly the Housing Authority team worked with WAF in finding an alternative pipeline route to get this long-standing issue sorted. Once water is supplied with better pressure in the coming weeks, Fijians in the area will be happy about that," he added. 
By Nusaiba Bi 

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