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Drought affecting some Hanover, Westmoreland communities

Published:Tuesday | May 4, 2021 | 9:40 AM
The NWC says it regrets any inconvenience caused and craves the patience and understanding of its customers.

The National Water Commission (NWC) is reporting that there is a 35 percent decline in production at the Logwood Treatment Plant in Hanover due to drought conditions affecting the facility. 

As a result, customers in sections of Hanover and Westmoreland, who are served by this facility, are likely to experience disruptions in their water supply.

Areas likely to be affected include:

In Hanover - Orange Bay, Green Island, Winchester, Cauldwell, Flamstead, New Town, Pedro and surrounding areas.

In Westmoreland - Negril, Sheffield, Whitehall, West End, Nomperiel and Norman Manley Boulevard.

The NWC says it regrets any inconvenience caused and craves the patience and understanding of its customers. 

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