A few regions in the western piece of Accra will encounter an interference of water supply from Monday, September 13 to 17.
The Management of Ghana Water Company Limited (GWCL) clarified that their "Designers will supplant some flawed valves on the fundamental 900mm transmission pipelines, which hinders water stream and causes genuine difficulties in the conveyance lines."
"There are a few spillages likewise inside the inventory region, making GWCL lose a few volumes of water day by day and subsequently genuinely affecting the volumes accessible for utilization.
"GWCL architects will likewise exploit the closure to introduce some electromagnetic meters at the Weija Treatment Plant which will help in the organization's drive to lessen Non-Revenue Water," the organization said.
The regions visualized to be hard hit incorporate; Weija, Gbawe, Kasoa, Mallam, Sakaman, Odorkor, Dansoman, Mamprobi, Agege, Korle-Gorno, Korle-Bu, Laterbiokorshie, Mataheko, North Industrial Area, Kaneshie, Awudome Estates, North Kaneshie, Abeka La Paz, Quarshieman, Anyaa, Santa Maria, Ablekuma, Alhaji, Tabora, Tesano, Dome, Taifa, Achimota and encompassing networks.
The organization is beseeching shoppers in Accra, particularly those in the influenced spaces of the city to store sufficient water for utilization during the time of the shut-down.
The executives of GWCL guaranteed the overall population, "that the vital hardware, coordinations and work force needed to execute the venture have been gotten and accordingly, buyers are guaranteed that, excepting any unanticipated problem, the undertaking should be finished on time.
"The general population is additionally guaranteed, that supply will continue following the maintenance works are finished. In the interim, the organization has set up measures to serve the influenced regions so the effect won't be extreme."
GWCL said because of the looming interference, government's Covid-19 free water repositories will in any case be loaded up with water big haulers to empower purchasers to get for nothing.
Additionally, it said, "fundamental specialist co-ops like the medical clinics and schools will likewise be presented with water big haulers.
"Above all, shoppers ought to/should store water in front of the closure to decrease the effect of the closure."
The executives of Company "profoundly laments the burden that the interference will cause yet begs shoppers to hold on for the circumstance since the maintenance works are implied at enhancing administrations to general society.
"The overall population and fundamental specialist co-ops are implored to contact the accompanying numbers in the midst of hardship: 0800 40000 (Toll free on Vodafone lines), 0302 2218240, 0207385089, 0207385090 and by means of GWCL WhatsApp lines (0555123393, 0555155524)."
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