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NWC to temporarily shut down Great River facility in St James

Published:Wednesday | May 18, 2016 | 11:19 AM

The National Water Commission (NWC) is advising that it will need to suspend operations at its Great River Treatment Plant in St James at the end of the month to facilitate improvement work.

The facility will be affected from May 31-June 3 between 8 o’clock in the mornings and 4 o’clock in the afternoons.

The NWC says during this period customers in sections of St James and Hanover will experience an interruption in their water supply.

Areas likely to be affected in St James include:
Gloucester Avenue
Queens Drive
Leaders Avenue
Felicity
Mango Walk
Glendevon,
Salt Spring
Brandon Hill
Norwood
Paradise
Dunbar
Rosemount
Cornwall Court
Rose Heights
Farm Heights
Rectory Drive
Catherine Mount
Albion
Anchovy
Childermas
Lethe
Sections of Comfort Hall
Wiltshire
Guava Walk
Belmont

Areas likely to be affected in Hanover are:
Cue
Elgin Town
Johnson Town
Lucea
Brisette
Hoist
Malcolm Heights
Cacoon
Dias
First Hill
Montpelier
Bamboo
McQuarrie
Woodland
Blenheim.

The NWC is urging customers to store water for use during the outlined periods.