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Broken main and power outage disrupts water supply in St. Andrew, Jamaica



National Water Commission | 2016-08-11 16:00:00

NWC customers who are served by the Constant Spring Water Treatment Plant in St. Andrew, Jamaica  are currently experiencing a disruption in their service.  This is as a result of repairs being carried out on a 9-inch broken main on the Norbrook pumping network.

Affected areas include:

Constant Spring, Norbrook, Cherry Gardens, Havendale, Half Way Tree, Lady Musgrave, Liguanea, Manor Park, Shortwood, Graham Heights, Aylsham, Allerdyce, Acadia, White Hall Gardens, Belgrade, Kingswood, Riva Ridge, Eastwood Park. Gardens, Hughenden, Stillwell Road, Barbican Road, Russell Heights Constant Spring Road, Constant Spring Gardens, Camperdown, Mannings Hill Road, Red Hills Road, Arlene Gardens, Roehampton, Smokey Vale, lower Jacks Hill Road, Jacks Hill, Tavistock, Trench Town, Calabar Mews, Zaidie Gardens, State Gardens, Kingswood, Ursa Major, Belgrade Heights, West Meade, Sherboure Heights, Smokey Vale, Diamond Road, Wireless Station Road, Mt. Salus, Havendale, Meadowbrook, sections of Molynes, Forest Hill Gardens and Queensborough.

Repairs are presently being carried out and restoration of regular service is expected to resume by tomorrow Friday, August 12, 2016.

Also in St. Andrew, the Company is advising that the Seaview Water Treatment Plant is out of operation due to single phase power supply problems.

As a result customers in Stony Hill, Golden Spring, Jacks Hill, Stilwell Road, Lawrence Tavern, Tavistock, Mannings Hill, Bridgemount, Sunset Avenue, Boone Hall and Mt. Ogle are without their regular water supply.




Posted By :Teisha-Ann Pinnock

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