WASCO water schedule for Wednesday, December 7, 2016

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WASCO water schedule for Wednesday, December 7, 2016

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PRESS RELEASE – The level of Reservoir at John Compton Dam has been recorded at 333.3 feet today, December 7th, 2016. This represents no change from our previous recorded level yesterday, December 6th, 2016.

The level on this date last year, December 7th, 2016 was 333.2 feet.
Spill over is at 333.0 feet

Daily Water Schedule:

The Water and Sewerage Company Inc. (WASCO) wishes to advise of water schedules for communities in the Northern part of the island, for today, Wednesday 6th December 2016:

Network News the under listed areas were supplied yesterday.
· Fond Cannie, Lower Ti- Chemin, Fond Assau, Chassin, Cabiche, Talvern & Hill 20
· La Guerre, Upper Paix Bouche inclusive of Pork Palace
· Plateau, Chicken Back Street
· Lower Paix Bouche, La Croix
· Upper Garrand from Resina Junction upwards
· Des Rameaux, Ti Dauphin, Morne Citon, Ravine MaCok, Malgretoute
· La Borne
Water Supply; areas currently being supplied for Today December 7th, 2016 – Hill 20 System
· La Borne is currently being supplied (from tank).
· Fond Cannie
· Lower Ti- Chemin, Fond Assau, Chassin, Cabiche, Talvern & Hill 20
· Plateau is currently being supplied. (from Storage tank)
· Des Rameaux, Ti Dauphin, Morne Citon, Ravine MaCok, Malgretoute
· Upper Garrand from Resinard Junction upwards
Water Supply Forecast – Babonneau (Hill 20 System)
· Lower Garrand will be supplied from tonight (excluding Resinard).
· Lower Garrand/Resinard will be supplied from tomorrow night Thursday 8th, Dec. 2016
· Family lane, Savanne en Haut will be supplied from Friday 9th, Dec., 2016.
· Upper Monier will be supplied on Friday 9th, Dec. 2016
· Upper Desableau will be supplied from Saturday, 10th, Dec, 2016
Lower Boguis, Lower Desableau will be supplied from Sunday 11th, Dec, 2016

Please note the aforementioned are subject to change based on the availability of Water supply, whilst we will maintain the supply of water to the areas, there may be inconsistencies due to demand or damages which may occur on the lines.

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