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Two-week water disruption for sections of Clarendon

Published:Sunday | December 5, 2021 | 11:46 AM
The NWC says operations at its Preddie Water Facility in the parish will be suspended from Monday, December 6 to Tuesday, December 21 to facilitate well rehabilitation activities at the facility. - File photo.

Residents in sections of Clarendon are being urged by the National Water Commission (NWC) to store water as they will be without piped supply for two weeks starting on Monday, December 6.

The NWC says operations at its Preddie Water Facility in the parish will be suspended from Monday, December 6 to Tuesday, December 21 to facilitate well rehabilitation activities at the facility. 

It says the works are necessary to safeguard the viability of the well and to improve the overall efficiency of water supply operations.

Customers served by the system are being encouraged to store water for use during the disruption period. 

The affected communities include the Preddie Housing Scheme, Gibraltar, Rest, Hope and Clifton.   

For the duration of the works, the trucked water supply scheduled below is implemented for the affected areas.

Areas                                       Trucking dates

Preddie Housing Scheme        December 8 - 10

Rest and Police Station           December 11 - 12

Schools                                    December 13 - 14

Hope                                        December 15 - 16

Clifton                                     December 17 -18

Gilbraltar                                 December 19 - 20

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