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Tacirua residents raise concerns about water issues

Tacirua residents raise concerns about water issues

By Naveel Krishant
Thursday 14/01/2021
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Residents of Tacirua are raising concerns about the intermittent to low water supply they have been facing for the past few weeks.

They say the issue started after Tropical Cyclone Yasa and they have also informed us that they do not get any notice of any impending water cut.

The residents say they have also contacted WAF customer care and the responses they get from the customer care reps are that they do not know when supply will be restored nor do they know what is the issue.

Another concern the residents are raising is that there is hardly any water carting.

We have sent questions to the Water Authority of Fiji regarding the issues raised and are awaiting their response.

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