The Water Authority of Fiji (WAF) wishes to advise customers living in Tamavua and surrounding areas that the low to intermittent supply of water currently faced is due to the Tamavua Water Treatment Plant experiencing a fault in one of their filters, causing reduced
outflow.

Affected areas include:

Colo-I-Suva, through to Togalevu, including customers along Princess Road, Waimanu Road, Toorak and parts of the Suva CBD, Rewa street, and parts of Flagstaff down towards McGregor road.

WAF ground teams are working to rectify the fault, however, no time frame can be provided at this time.

Water carting trucks are on standby to service the affected areas during the temporary disruption period.

The Authority advises customers residing in the areas above to use water wisely and to store water for their immediate needs during this temporary disruption period.

WAF urges all Fijians to practice reliance and at all times to have water stored for at least two days.

WAF also encourages customers to invest in storage containers or water tanks connected to the water system for storage and backup supply during any unplanned disruption that may arise due to emergency works or natural disasters.

WAF sincerely apologise for any inconvenience caused and we seek your understanding and patience until such time supplies normalise.

For further enquiries, customers can call 5777 or email contact@waf.com.fj

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