WASCO: Network update

WASCO: Network update

Press Release:Network Update- November 9th, 2016
The level of Reservoir at John Compton Dam has been recorded at 333.5 feet today, November 9th, 2016. This represents an increase of 0.3 feet from our previous recorded level yesterday, November 8th, 2016.  The level on this date last year, November 9th, 2016 was 334 feet.
Spill over is at 333.0 feet
Daily Water Schedule:
The Water and Sewerage Company Inc. (WASCO) wishes to advise of water schedules for communities in the Northern part of the island, for today Wednesday 9th November 2016.
Network News the under listed areas were supplied yesterday.
·       Lower Ti- Chemin, Fond Assau, Chassin, Cabiche, Talvern & Hill 20, Fond Cannie, Cacao, La Borne, upper Paix Bouche inclusive of Pork Palace area, Chicken back Street, Lower Paix Bouche, La Croix, Upper Garand from Resina Junction upwards, Lower Garrand inclusive of Resina, Des Rameaux, Ti Dauphin, Morne Citon, Ravine Ma Cok, Malgretoute and environs.
·       Upper Monier from Fostin Development upwards was supplied last night.
Water Supply; areas currently being supplied for Today November 9th, 2016 – Hill 20 System
·       Lower Ti- Chemin, Fond Assau, Chassin, Cabiche, Talvern & Hill 20
·       Fond Cannie and Cacoa
·       La Borne
·       Des Rameaux, Ti dauphin, Morne Citon, Ravine Macok, Malgretoute and environs
·       Upper Monier from Fostin Development upwards
·       Upper Monier from Old Water Tank upper
·       Upper Paix Bouche inclusive of Pork palace area
Water Supply Forecast – Babonneau (Hill 20 System)
·       Plateau will be supplied from Thursday November 10th, 2016
·       La Guerre will be supplied from Thursday Night, November 10th, 2016.
·       Savanne en Haut and Family Lane will be supplied from Friday November 11th, 2016.
Please note the above is subject to change based on the availability of Water supply from Hill 20 Treatment Plant.
Please note the aforementioned are subject to change based on the availability of Water supply, whilst we will maintain the supply of water to the areas, there may be inconsistencies due to demand or damages which may occur on the lines.

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