NAWASA  ANNOUNCES THE POSSIBILITY OF UNSCHEDULED AND UNANNOUNCED WATER INTERRUPTION

NAWASA encourages ALL consumers to collect and store a three-day supply of 35 gallons of water, per person, per day, in the event of UNSCHEDULED and UNANNOUNCED interruption in your water supply

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IMPORTANT NOTICE issued at 3:30pm – July 14th, 2019

NAWASA  ANNOUNCES THE POSSIBILITY OF UNSCHEDULED AND UNANNOUNCED WATER INTERRUPTION DUE TO DAM BLOCKAGES AS A RESULT OF TROPICAL WAVE AFFECTING THE ISLAND

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The National Water and Sewerage Authority (NAWASA) advises the general public that due to a tropical wave that is currently affecting the island, ALL of our water systems are HIGHLY susceptible to interruptions due to dam blockages.

A release from the National Disaster Management Agency (NaDMA) indicates that it has been advised by the Meteorological Office at the Maurice Bishop International Airport that Grenada and her dependencies are expected to be affected by a Tropical Wave on Sunday 14th and Monday 15th July.

According to the midday weather forecast from the Met. Office conditions are expected to be partly cloudy and breezy, gradually increasing in cloudiness, with moderate to heavy scattered night-time showers and isolated thundershowers. A possible flood and land slide warning have also been issued.

In light of this, NAWASA encourages ALL consumers to collect and store a three-day supply of 35 gallons of water, per person, per day, in the event of UNSCHEDULED and UNANNOUNCED interruption in your water supply. Your required storage MUST take into consideration the needs of your family members and not forgetting your pets.

The Authority thanks our consumers for their cooperation and reminds all that we are in the hurricane season and the need to have adequate water storage is of paramount importance.

NAWASA….COMMITTED TO MEETING CUSTOMERS’ NEEDS

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