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NWC says turbidity affecting operations in St Andrew, St Mary and Portland

Published:Friday | November 25, 2016 | 11:29 PM

The National Water Commission (NWC) says several of its facilities in St Andrew, St Mary and Portland, have been taken out of operation because of high levels of turbidity.

The NWC says the Castleton Pumping Station in St Mary and the Craig Mill Pumping Station in Portland are being affected.

In St Andrew, the affected facilities include are Craig Hill, Barnett Wood, Mahoney, Bucky Plain, King Weston, McGowan Spring, Isaac Hole, Second Breakfast, Balboa, Bellmore and Hope pumping stations.

The NWC says customers served by these facilities are experiencing disruptions in their regular water supply, and should expect service to resume when conditions have improved.