The Water and Sewerage Authority (WASA) said several facilities have been affected by activity due to adverse weather between yesterday (Wednesday) and today.
In an update the company said the facilities have been stopped due to high turbidity and flooded rivers resulting in clogged intake screens as a result of adverse weather.
Affected areas are as follows:
Caura, La Pastora, Mc David, Acono, Luengo/Naranjo, Matura, Aripo, Guanapo, North Oropouche, Tompire, Quare
El Dorado, Tacarigua, parts of Tunapuna, La Pastora, Lopinot, Surrey Village, Lopinot, Maracas – St. Joseph, Maracas – St. Joseph, Matura, Santa Rosa, Wallerfield, Malabar, Parts of Arima, Sangre Grande, Manzanilla, Malabar, La Horquetta, Brazil, Mausica, Maloney, Golden Grove, Five Rivers, Toco, Balandra, Valencia
Facility location: Tyrico, Blanchisseuse, Las Cuevas, La Fillette, Rincon, St. Anns, La Canoe, Grand Curacaye, Pipiol Reservoir, Susconosco
Affected areas: North Coast, Parts of St. Anns, Parts of Santa Cruz, Parts of Santa Cruz
Facility locations: Hillsborough West, Highlands Road
Affected areas: Hillsborough West, Highlands Road
WASA said it will continue to provide updates as every effort is being made to return these facilities to service at the earliest possible time.
An Adverse Weather Alert – Yellow Level is in effect from 5am Wednesday to 8pm Thursday.
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