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It is disappointing to see that our wastewater network is still negatively impacted by the disposal of unauthorised materials into our sewer line.

Our technical team responded to a blockage in Ratu Sukuna Road and found out that the cause was fat, oil and grease (FOG) -- when FOG is dumped into our sewer line, it forms large, thick grease balls that clog pipes resulting in sewer backups and spills.

This harms the environment, affects wastewater flow and leads to blockages and sewer overflows.

Let’s be responsible #TeamFiji. DO NOT treat the sewer line as a rubbish bin.

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If you ever notice a temporary water discolouration, don’t be alarmed - the water remains safe for consumption.

Increased levels of iron in raw water is frequently the reason why the water you get from your tap may sometimes be a pale brown colour.

Heavy rainfall into the dam catchment, after the long dry spell, washes sediments rich in iron to the lake, and after undergoing oxidation, iron gives the water a pale brown colour.

We update our treatment plants to address this cosmetic problem, and until it returns to normal, we carry out extensive water test operations and flush water mains.

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If you ever notice a temporary water discolouration, don’t be alarmed - the water remains safe for consumption.

Increased levels of iron in raw water is frequently the reason why the water you get from your tap may sometimes be a pale brown colour.

Heavy rainfall into the dam catchment, after the long dry spell, washes sediments rich in iron to the lake, and after undergoing oxidation, iron gives the water a pale brown colour.

We update our treatment plants to address this cosmetic problem, and until it returns to normal, we carry out extensive water test operations and flush water mains.

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WAF - Your explanations are totally FOOLISH & UNCALLED FOR???? Just flush the main to clear discoloration & continue as usual but DO NOT ADVISE YOUR CUSTOMERS THAT the water is safer which is CRAP..

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A good way to check for leaks in your metred house is to take a water meter reading, and not use water for a couple of hours before rechecking the meter reading.

If the meter does not have the same reading, get in contact with your plumber urgently to fix the leakage in your house.

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A good way to check for leaks in your metred house is to take a water meter reading, and not use water for a couple of hours before rechecking the meter reading. 

If the meter does not have the same reading, get in contact with your plumber urgently to fix the leakage in your house.

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Reported has been done main pipe is leaking but not repaired

Planned Water Disruption Advisory - Tacirua East (New Subdivision)

The Water Authority of Fiji (WAF) wishes to inform customers that our teams will be undertaking testing of the new 3 million litres treated water reservoir along Tacirua East Road, off Khalsa Road in Nasinu.

This test will consist of the activation of the Reservoir today (27/11) from 10 am onwards.

This is part of WAF's on-going efforts in improving water supply, which will address intermittent supply issues.

Customers in the following areas are advised that they may experience minor disruption to normal supply during the testing window.

Affected areas:
• Tacirua East Road
• Niubalavu Road
• Qakilo Road
• Niuvasa Road
• Niudamu Road
• Niubasoga Road
• Walai Crescent
• Qanibilo Road
• Vara Road
• Vurai Crescent

We sincerely apologise for any inconvenience caused and we seek your patience and understanding until such time the water supply normalises.

Customers are urged to call WAF on 5777 when their supply is affected during this period as the Authority will need this data in order to reset the feedzone, if needed.

For further enquiries, customers can call 334 6777 or short code 5777 (all mobile networks), or email contact@waf.com.fj

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Planned Water Disruption Advisory - Tacirua East (New Subdivision) 

The Water Authority of Fiji (WAF) wishes to inform customers that our teams will be undertaking testing of the new 3 million litres treated water reservoir along Tacirua East Road, off Khalsa Road in Nasinu. 

This test will consist of the activation of the Reservoir today (27/11) from 10 am onwards. 

This is part of WAFs on-going efforts in improving water supply, which will address intermittent supply issues.

Customers in the following areas are advised that they may experience minor disruption to normal supply during the testing window. 

Affected areas:
• Tacirua East Road
• Niubalavu Road
• Qakilo Road
• Niuvasa Road
• Niudamu Road
• Niubasoga Road
• Walai Crescent
• Qanibilo Road
• Vara Road
• Vurai Crescent 

We sincerely apologise for any inconvenience caused and we seek your patience and understanding until such time the water supply normalises. 

Customers are urged to call WAF on 5777 when their supply is affected during this period as the Authority will need this data in order to reset the feedzone, if needed.

For further enquiries, customers can call 334 6777 or short code 5777 (all mobile networks), or email contact@waf.com.fj 

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If your community faces regular water shortage, please contact our toll-free line 1507 to request for water cartage to your area.

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If your community faces regular water shortage, please contact our toll-free line 1507 to request for water cartage to your area.

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Planned Water Disruption Advisory – Tacirua East (New Subdivision)

The Water Authority of Fiji (WAF) wishes to inform customers that our teams will be undertaking testing of the new 3 million litres treated

Update On Planned Water Disruption Notice – Muanikau to Laucala Bay Junction

The Water Authority of Fiji would like to inform its valued customers in the areas listed below that the planned installation works was delayed

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Public Advisory – Blocked Savura Raw Water Intake Update

Further to the advisory provided yesterday with respect to the repair works on the Waimanu ruptured pipeline caused by power fluctuations at the Waimanu

PUBLIC ADVISORY – Update on Waimanu Ruptured Main Repairs

Repair works on the Waimanu ruptured pipeline caused by power fluctuations at the Waimanu Raw Water Pump Station early Wednesday morning (09/11) continue. The

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Water saving tips

What is the process and fee for a new water connection?

How much is the Lodgment fee?

  • House under construction / Vacant land / Commercial or Industrial
    • $101.00.
  • Completely built house. – [Please provide a letter from the lands department and/ or completion certificate ]
    • $21.95. [Please provide a letter from the lands department. completion certificate or Stamped Statutory declaration on the completion of the house]

Processing Time

  • Inspection to Approval – 15 Working days from the inspection date.
  • Installation – 30 Working days from payment of New Connection cost, on a first-come, first-serve basis. [Stakeholder processing may cause delays]. *Note: Approval of installation is valid for 3 months from the date of issue.

How much does the new connection cost?

  • Type A – $285 [“T” from existing connection] Type B $345 [direct connection from WAF main line]
  • New connection costs for Commercial and Industrial customers will be estimated according to requirements and a cost will be provided.
  • Road Crossing/ Service Enlargement is payable if required for additional meters requested. This will be communicated when the approval of internal and external stakeholders are obtained. WAF on behalf of FRA will refund any unused monies to the customer where applicable.

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