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MEDIA RELEASE: WAF HOLDS STAKEHOLDER CONSULTATION IN NADI - 24.10.19
 Created on: Thursday, 24/10/2019   Print this page 

The Water Authority of Fiji (WAF) today (24/10) consulted residential and commercial customers in Nadi, as part of the upcoming ‘Planned Water Disruption’ in Nadi.

Water supply will be disrupted to customers supplied from the entire Blackrock Reservoir supply zone i.e from Sabeto, Votualevu, Namaka, Martintar, Nasoso and Navakai, from 6pm 2nd November to 7pm 3rd November, 2019.

The interruption in supply is to allow WAF crew members to carry out cut-in works on the realigned section of DN375 inlet trunk mains to the Blackrock Reservoir.

WAF General Manager Customer Services and Acting General Manager Operations, Mr Sekove Uluinayau said reiterated the need for customers to sufficiently satisfy their water requirements over disruption period, “each household should store 250 liters of water for drinking and cooking. For other purposes such as bathing, washing dishes and clothes, more water should be stored.”

WAF will ensure that during the shutdown period there will be no interruption in the major services such as hospitals, airport, and schools as water trucks will be deployed to cart water.

“We request customers residing in the affected areas to support this essential operation by storing sufficient water prior to the disruption and to also use water wisely for their immediate needs during this shutdown period,” explained Mr Uluinayau.

Water supply is expected to be restored by 7pm on Sunday evening (03/11).

The Authority regrets any inconvenience caused to its customers and is committed to getting water supply normalized as soon as possible.

Customers in Nadi can contact the Authority through the emergency toll-free short code 1507 or email waterhelp@waf.com.fj for further enquiries.

This will be available 24 hours a day, during the shutdown period.

Meanwhile, also present were representatives from the Australian Defense Force and the Republic of the Fiji Military Force’s Blackrock Military Camp.

-ENDS-

For more information, please contact the WAF Communications Team on email corpcoms@waf.com.fj

Areas Affected include:

Naboutini Road, Sabeto Road, Sabeto Village, Natalau, Barara, Parts of Waimalika, Naisoso, Aero Place, Quanville Estate, Naisosovou, Sanasana Settlement, Fiji Airways hanger, Parts of Queens Road from Votualevu Roundabout to Barara Flats, Legalelga Road, Belavu, Neelfield, Westfield, Voivoi, Savunawai Stage 02, Parts of Namaka, Vunisalato Road, Kakala Place, Balabala Crescent, Vodokana Road, Uci Road, Waqadra, Vudi Crescent, Kavika Place, Bouvudi Crescent, Senijale Road, Vau Street, Muniappa Naidu Road, Azmat Khan Road, Beddoes Circle, Fasa Avenue, Old Nadi Back Road, Namaka Industrial Subdivision, Nasilavata Road, Cawa Road, Novate Road, Brewers Road, Mount Saint Mary’s Crescent, Kennedy Street, Martintar Road, Anderson Road, Gray Road, Mountain view Estate, Tilak Road, Haji Street, Khalil Street, Zahoor Road, Jetview Road, Jetpoint, Martintar, Ragg Street, McEllrath Crescent, Northern Press Road, Kabatia Road, Goundar Road, Hibiscus Road, Tadra Flowers, Wailoaloa Road, Nadi Bay Road, Palms Estate, Wasawasa Road, Baravi Road, Palms Road, Newtown Road, CAAF Quarters Newtown, CAAF Fire Station Newtown, Turtle Airways Newtown, Enamanu Road, Kennedy Avenue, Watson Road, Norms Place, Mossad Place, Queens Road Nakavu, Saunaka Village, Nakavu Village, Namotomoto Village, Navoci Village, Navakai Housing, Nadi Sports club, Bangladesh Road, Saravi Road, Saravui Loop Road, Fantasy Road, Fantasy Island, Nuku circle, Bryan Road, Navakai-Depot Road, Buduka Settlement, Waqana Road, Nasau, Mulomulo, Solovi, Maqania, Tifui Road, Namoli Road, Nadi Back Road, Malolo, Qeleloa, Togomasi, Togolavusa, Navo Sector, Navo Feeder Road, Farmers Road, Moala Village, Matavauvau, Korovuto Village, Mate Road, Sonaisali Nacovi, Nawaicoba, Yako Village, Yako Seaside, Yako Temple Road, Yako Hillside, Nabila Village, Nawai Pump Station, Uciwai, Redenzvous Hotel, Nalovo.

 

About the Water Authority of Fiji (WAF):

The Water Authority of Fiji (WAF) is a Commercial Statutory Authority (CSA) established by the Fijian Government to provide efficient and effective water and wastewater services in an environmentally sound and sustainable manner. WAF is responsible for providing access to quality drinking water and waste water services to over 144,000 residential and non-residential metered customers residing largely in urban areas and also setting up water supply systems in rural schemes, reaching over 700,000 people nationwide.

WAF’s area of operation covers 18,274 square kilometers of the 332 islands in the Fiji archipelago of which only 110 islands are inhabited and our current water and wastewater network constitutes more than 4313 kilometers of pipes. The Authority provides approximately 116,342 mega liters of treated water annually to homes and businesses nationwide.

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