Southern Network Update- August 4th 2017

Southern Network Update- August 4th 2017

PRESS RELEASE:-The Water and Sewerage Company Inc. (WASCO) wishes to advise of water schedules for communities in the Southern part of the island, for today, Friday4th August 2017 

1.       CANARIES SYSTEM

Ø  Main Canaries Primary System: In Operation

Ø  Anse la Verdue:  In operation

 

2.       SOUFRIERE SYSTEM

Ø  Ruby: In operation: (High Turbidity)

Ø  Fond St. Jacques 1: In operation

Ø  Fond St. Jacques 2: In operation  

Ø  Diamond 1: In operation

Ø  Diamond 2: In operation

Ø  Bouton: In operation

 

3.       CHOISEUL SYSTEM

Ø  Delcer: (Clogged Intake)

Ø  Saltibus Upper:  In operation

Ø  Saltibus Lower: In operation (flows are decreasing at intake); tank was closed yesterday to be fill with water and will be reopened this morning.

Ø  Toucousson: In operation

 

4.       VIEUX FORT SYSTEM

Ø  Grace: In operation; (High Turbidity)

Ø  Beausejour: (Clogged Intake)

 

5.       MICOUD

Ø  Micoud Primary system: (Clogged Intake)

Ø  Patience(Damaged Main)

Ø  Belle Vue: (Clogged Intake)

Ø  Desruisseaux: (Clogged Intake)

 

6.       DENNERY

Ø  Errard: (High Turbidity)

Ø  Thomazo (High Turbidity)

Ø  Aux Lyon: (No water falling into tank; need to be investigated)

Ø  Derniere Riviere:  (High Turbidity)

Areas supplied by this system will experience an interruption in their water supply. Crews have been dispatched works have begun water supply will be restored as works are completed. When the supply is restored, it will take a few hours for the supply and pressure to normalise and in some cases customers at the extreme ends of the network and at high elevations may still experience difficulties which will be addressed as pressures normalize.

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.
WASCO ….water is life! Committed to meeting customers’ needs.

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