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Our #WAF teams are continuing the Rights, Empowerment, and Cohesion (Reach) For Rural And Urban #Fijians initiative.

They visited Nabukelevu and Korovisilou villages, collecting 160 applications for rainwater harvesting schemes and inspecting the site where the tanks will be constructed.

Since the majority of these villagers rely on rainwater tanks, our RWH scheme is ideal for this area and will provide them with water security.

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We carted water to brighten up this wet and rainy day for students of Vunimono High School and Buiduna Primary School.

If you need water carting, please let us know!

Call us on 5777 if you need water carting, or send us a message via our new app.

You can download the WAF app for Free from the Google Play store via play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.waterauthority.app or the Apple Store by clicking apps.apple.com/us/app/waf-app/id1621440411

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We carted water to brighten up this wet and rainy day for students of Vunimono High School and Buiduna Primary School. 

If you need water carting, please let us know! 

Call us on 5777 if you need water carting, or send us a message via our new app. 

You can download the WAF app for Free from the Google Play store via https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.waterauthority.app or the Apple Store by clicking https://apps.apple.com/us/app/waf-app/id1621440411 

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Our #WAF representatives went to the Ra villages of Nakorovou and Mataso, where they met with the villagers to discuss their water issues and how it might be addressed.

We came up with the following solutions:
✅Consent is required from Landowner to construct a new dam (the current one cannot cater for the demand)
✅Government Assistance will be provided through the Rain Water Harvesting programme

Our most important purpose is to ensure that all #Fijians have access to safe drinking water, and our teams work diligently day and night to accomplish this.

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Our #WAF representatives went to the Ra villages of Nakorovou and Mataso, where they met with the villagers to discuss their water issues and how it might be addressed.

We came up with the following solutions: 
✅Consent is required from Landowner to construct a new dam (the current one cannot cater for the demand)
✅Government Assistance will be provided through the Rain Water Harvesting programme

Our most important purpose is to ensure that all #Fijians have access to safe drinking water, and our teams work diligently day and night to accomplish this.

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A sewerage overflow in Pacific Harbour forced the closure of a nearby business and created a health risk and discomfort for other customers.

When our team arrived to repair the damage, it was discovered that the blockages were caused by building materials.

We once again plead with #Fijians to display civic pride, and refrain from throwing garbage and other objects into #WAF drains and sewerage systems.

Such callous behaviour causes harm to the entire community.

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A sewerage overflow in Pacific Harbour forced the closure of a nearby business and created a health risk and discomfort for other customers.

When our team arrived to repair the damage, it was discovered that the blockages were caused by building materials.

We once again plead with #Fijians to display civic pride, and refrain from throwing garbage and other objects into #WAF drains and sewerage systems.

Such callous behaviour causes harm to the entire community.

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As you can see via aerial view, works on the Rewa River Water Supply Scheme are progressing well‼️

Once completed, it will solve supply issues by injecting another 40 million liters per day and is designed in such a way that capacity can be further increased to address future needs.

The system's capacity will be doubled to 80 million litres per day in stage 2, and the system will be able to create at least 100 million litres per day in stage 3.

Stage 1 is expected to be completed in early 2023.

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Mr CEO WAF your projects should cater the whole Lami Suva and Nausori corridor including those 3 nearby provinces. Water shortage will be a thing of a past..

Stop telling lies always excuses

NA CAKACAKA MAI VEI QORI BOY , SA RAIRAI VINAKA DINA

Planned Interruptions

Public Advisory – Planned Water Disruption Notice

EMERGENCY WORKS ADVISORY – NADI AND LAUTOKA The Water Authority of Fiji (WAF) would like to advise our customers that we will be carrying

Public Advisory – Planned Water Disruption Notice

PLANNED WATER DISRUPTION NOTICE – LABASA The Water Authority of Fiji (WAF) would like to advise our customers that we will be carrying out

Unplanned Interruptions

Public Advisory – Unplanned Water Disruption Notice

Due to a burst main, our customers living along Nasau, Nasau Resort, Orchid Farm, Tifui, parts of Meiguniah, and nearby areas will be experiencing

Public Advisory – Unplanned Water Disruption Notice

Due to a burst main, our customers in Naboro, Gilbertese, Kalokolevu and nearby areas will be experiencing a disruption to their water supply. We

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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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