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Dry Season Continues to Take A Toll On NAWASA’s Systems

NAWASA is continuing to feel the effects of the dry season as they have been forced to institute valve regulation schedules for the Mardigras and Annadale water systems. They have also made changes to the Les Avocat schedule.

The areas to be affected by the water system at Annadale are Calliste and Point Salines. Water availability in these areas is from Tuesday to Friday between the hours of 5:00 p.m. and 5:00 a.m.

 

 

 

Water will be available from the Mardigras water system between the hours of 6:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m. Mt. Parnassus from Joe John to Hill Have Eyes will be affected on Monday & Friday, while The Coconut will be on Wednesday.

 

 

For the consumers of the supply from the Les Avocat water supply, the authority has made amendments to the schedule and is as follows:

 

The information provided is based on current water levels and is expected to change without prior notice depending on availability of supply.

The authority says that they are monitoring the water systems and their capacities to meet demand and assures that they will keep affected consumers fully ware of their supply status on the availability of information.

NAWASA wishes to inform that other systems and areas may be added to the list and advises consumers to store at least a minimum of 35 gallons of water, per person, per day for three days in clean and covered containers prior to the interruption of supply.

 

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