9 February, 2023, 3:41 pm Central - 23°C Rain

Water restored to the lower areas affected by supply disruption at the Waimanu Raw Water Pump Station

Water restored to the lower areas affected by supply disruption at the Waimanu Raw Water Pump Station

By Zodelle Bhan
Thursday 10/11/2022
[Photo: File]

The Water Authority of Fiji says water has been restored to some lower areas after supply disruptions at the Waimanu Raw Water Pump Station, which was caused by uncontrolled electricity fluctuation experienced at the site.

WAF says the restored areas are the lower areas from Tamavua-I-Wai Bridge through to Togalevu Naval Base along Queens Road including all side streets apart from elevated areas.

Supply has been restored to lower Lakeba Street, Namadi Heights including Lower Ragg Avenue, Padam Lala, Salato Road, Tuisawaqa, Salesi Road and all side streets, Rewa Street to Flagstaff Roundabout, including all side streets such as Milverton Road, Alexander Street, and Howell Road, parts of Gaji Road including Jittu Estate.

WAF says the areas that are yet to be restored are Tamavua Reservoir Feedzone, Kula Street, Kaka Street, Kikau Street, Silimaibau, Ritova, Matanitobua, Tip Top, Upper Nailuva, Upper Ratu Sukuna, Upper Pathik Cresent, Mika Dreu, Helson Street, Nayau Street, Kabara Street, Fulaga Street, Sovu Place, Namuka Street, Moala Street, Vatoa Street, Matuku Street, Totoya Street, PJ Twomey Hospital to Reservoir Road along Princes Road, including all side streets such as Upper Ragg Avenue, Devoji Street, Mead Road, Niraji, Wairua, Upper Mead Road, Lovoni Road, Loa Street, Goodrum Place, Kaba Road, Saimoni Vatu Place, Bureta Street, Maharaj Place, Tuvana Place, Levuka Street, Tubou Street, Upper Delainavesi, Lami Village, Kalekana, Qauia Street, Naseavou, Naimawi, Waivote, Waiqanake, Belinaiveli, Osonabukete, Valenicina, Matata, Veisari, Panaromic, Uduya and Naivikinikini.

Nagatugatu Reservoir Feed Zone, Wrong Turn, Sakoca, Upper Khalsa, Tacirua Heights, and Nagatugatu residents next to the Reservoir.

Tacirua Reservoir Feed Zone from Tamavua Koro, Upper Ragg, Deovji St, Tacirua Bus, Amputch St, Princess Road.

From Dokanisuva Reservoir with low pressure to no water all Seventh Day Church Dokanaisuva to Tacirua Fijian School, Vunuleba Settlement and Naisogo, Colo-I-Suva Crest Chicken, Princess Road, Marshall Road, Taqairua, Vunikawai, Uluibeka, Colanaivau, Valesasa, Naitaqiri Nillgrey.



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