WASCO water supply schedule for January 9, 2017

WASCO water supply schedule for January 9, 2017

The level of Reservoir at John Compton Dam has been recorded at 333.2 feet today, January 9th, 2017. This represents 0.1 feet decrease from our previous recorded level yesterday, January 8th, 2017.   The level on this date last year, January 9th, 2016 was 333.4 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, Monday 9th January 2017:

The under listed areas were supplied yesterday.

 

  • Fond Cannie
  • Chicken Back Street
  • Lower Ti Chemin, Fond Assau, Cabiche, Talvern & Hill 20
  • La Borne
  • Garrand (upper and Lower) from Resinald upwards to la Croix
  • Lower and Upper Paix Bouche
  • Plateau

 

Water Supply; areas currently being supplied, for Today January 9th, 2017 – Hill 20 System

 

  • La Borne
  • Fond Cannie
  • Lower Ti- Chemin, Fond Assau, Chassin, Cabiche, Talvern & Hill 20
  • Upper Garrand, Lower Garand inclusive of Resinald
  • Des Rameaux, Ti Dauphin, Morne Citon, Ravine Ma Cok, Malgretoute
  • La Croix
  • Upper Monier from Old water Tank area upwards
  • Upper Paix Bouche

Water Supply Forecast – Babonneau (Hill 20 System)

 

  • Lower Garrand will be supplied from tonight, January 6th, 2016.
  • Upper Monier from Fostin Development upwards will be supplied tonight.
  • La Guerre will be supplied from Tonight.
  • Savanne en Haut, Family Lane will be supplied from tomorrow night January 10th, 2017.
  • Upper Desableau will be supplied from Wednesday night January 11th, 2017.
  • Lower Desableau, Boguis will be supplied from Thursday Night January 12th, 2017.

 

 

Please note the above is subject to change based on the situation with production at Hill 20. Also based on the level of Paix Bouche Tank some areas may receive water before above scheduled dates.
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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