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Great River water plant to be shut down for maintenance

Friday, August 08, 2014    

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THE National Water Commission says it will temporarily shut down the Great River Treatment Plant in St James, on Monday, August 11 and Tuesday, August 12 between the hours of 9:00 am and 1:00 pm to facilitate maintenance work at the facility.

As a result, some customers in St James and Hanover, who are served by this facility, will experience a disruption in their water supply during this period.

Areas likely to be affected in St James include: Freeport, Gloucester Avenue, Queen's Drive, Leaders Avenue, Catherine Hall, West Green, Felicity, Mango Walk, Glendevon, Salt Spring, Brandon Hill, Rosemount, Cornwall Courts, Rose Heights, Farm Heights, Sun Valley Road, Rectory Drive, Catherine Mount, Albion, Reading Heights, Anchovy, Childermas, Lethe, sections of Comfort Hall, Wiltshire, Guava Walk, Spring Gardens, Belmont, Tower Hill, Moy Hall and Unity Hall.

In Hanover, the areas likely to be affected include: Cue, Elgin Town, Johnson Town, Lucea, Brisette, Hoist, Malcolm Heights, Cacoon, Dias, First Hill, Montpelier, Bamboo, McQuarrie, Woodland and Blenheim.

The NWC yesterday urged customers to store water for use during the scheduled maintenance.

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