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NWC tightens water restrictions

Published:Monday | June 15, 2015 | 6:20 PM
According to the NWC, the Seaview Filter Plant in St Andrew will now be shut down nightly. Customers are being urged to do all they can to store water and conserve.

The National Water Commission (NWC) says another of its systems will be placed under restrictions as there has been no improvement in supplies despite recent rains in some parts of the island.

According to the NWC, the Seaview Filter Plant in St Andrew will now be shut down nightly.

Customers are being urged to do all they can to store water and  conserve.

In the meantime, the NWC says existing restrictions at other facilities will continue.

Portmore: Water supply from the Tulloch Springs system will continue to be restricted.

St Andrew: Residents served by the Drummond Filter Plant, will experience reduced water supply.

Already, the Constant Spring, Mona and Hope Treatment plants in the Corporate Area are shut down nightly.