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NWC says electrical faults and turbidity affecting several of its systems

Published:Tuesday | March 7, 2017 | 3:21 PM

The National Water Commission (NWC) says several of its systems have been affected by electrical faults and turbidity as a result of the inclement weather. 

This has resulted in the shutdown of facilities in St Ann, St Mary and St Catherine.

In St Ann — The Shaw Park and White River facilities are down, affecting customers in Exchange, Eltham, Middle Street, Prosper Heights, Cornpiece Street, Parry Town and Lime Bottom.

In St Mary —  Agualta Vale facilities are down. This has impact customers in Highgate, Richmond, Esher, Lewis Store, Frazerwood, Clonmwell, Belfield, Stockholm Park Housing Scheme, Islington, Harewood Hall, Albany, Zion Hill and Robins Bay.

In Portland — The Charles Town system is out

In St Catherine — The Wakefield Well and Guy’s Hill treatment plant serving Wakefield Main Road, Buxton Town, Savannah, Burton District and sections of Linstead as well as Race Course, Jeffery Town, Decoy and Bonnett.