Sections of Manchester, Trelawny without water


January 04, 2017

The National Water Commission (NWC) has issued an apology to customers served by the Victoria Town system in Manchester, who are still without their regular water supply.

This is due to electro -mechanical problems at the facility.

Customers are being assured that every effort is being made to complete the necessary repairs and restore water supply by Wednesday, January 11.

Areas affected include Victoria Town, Queen Town, Pusey Hill, Campbell's Field, Cassava Piece, Pratville, Cross Keys, Restore, Smithfield, Grove Town, Warwick, Marlie Hill, Asia and surrounding areas.

At the same time, customers served by the Dornoch Treatment Plant in Trelawny are currently without regular piped water due to mechanical problems at that facility.

The NWC is working to restore water by Saturday, January 7.

Affected areas include Rio Bueno, Calabar, Brompton, Jackson Town, Samuel Prospect, Vale Royal, Hatfield, Farm Town, Arcadia, Grove and Middlemost.

The NWC said it regretted any inconvenience caused and asked for the "patience and understanding of its valued customers".

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