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FOR UNBLOCKING/ RECONNECTION OF METERS DURING BUSINESS HOURS

Fax your receipt to fax 041-506 1442 if you paid at a 3rd party outlet. E-mail to reconnections@mandelametro.gov.za from Monday to Saturday 18H00


AFTER-HOUR UNBLOCKING/ RECONNECTION OF METERS

Contact tel 041-506 1700 or fax receipt to fax: 041-506 1442, Monday – Friday, 17:00-20:00 and Saturday (8:00-18:00) Please fax receipt to fax no’s 086 416 3487 or 086 610 2957 on Sundays from 8:00 to18:00

CRITICALLY LOW LEVELS IN WESTERN AREA RESERVOIRS AS LOERIE SUPPLY IS CUT OFF

The Municipality is currently experiencing extremely low levels in the bulk water storage reservoirs on the western side of the Metro.

The low levels are due to the fires that occurred between Van Stadens and Loerie, which have damaged the electrical supply to the Loerie Water Treatment Works and various pump stations in the area. This has resulted in a complete loss of water supply from the Loerie system as well as an inability to transfer water from other systems due to large pump stations being down.

Indications are that electrical supply will be re-established by Wednesday night.

Currently, the critical reservoir levels are at 0% for Summit, 14% for Chelsea  and 9% for the KwaNobuhle Bulk Reservoir.
As a result, the Mandela Metro is currently running out of water at a number of its reservoirs and the following areas will be affected first : 
Rowallan Park, Kabega, Westering, Cotswold, Sunridge Park, Framesby, Fernglen, Linton Grange, Gelvandale, Baywest area, KwaNobuhle, Reservoir Hills, Khayamnandi, Despatch, Van Stadens Gorge area as well as all consumers connected to the Loerie - Summit - Chelsea Bulk Supply Pipelines.

Residents and businesses in these areas could already be experiencing low water pressure and discoloured water as a result of the critically low levels in the supplying reservoirs. If this situation does not improve, more areas will be affected by water disruptions and lower water pressure.

The Municipality strongly appeals to residents and businesses to use water for essential purposes only and strongly advises against the filling of tanks as this will increase the demand and lower the supply.

Issued by Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality Communications Office. 

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