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The Water Authority of Fiji (WAF) wishes to inform customers that our teams will be undertaking testing of the new 3 million litres treated
The Water Authority of Fiji would like to inform its valued customers in the areas listed below that the planned installation works was delayed
Further to the advisory provided yesterday with respect to the repair works on the Waimanu ruptured pipeline caused by power fluctuations at the Waimanu
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
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,
Further to the advisory provided yesterday with respect to the repair works on the Waimanu ruptured pipeline caused by power fluctuations at the Waimanu Raw Water Pump Station on (9/11/22),
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 on-going rehabilitation works at Waimanu will
The Water Authority of Fiji (WAF) would like to provide an update on the progress of repair works on the pipeline rupture at Waimanu caused by power fluctuations at the
The Water Authority of Fiji (WAF) wishes to advise our customers in Nadi and Lautoka, that despite the recent temporary water discolouration experienced in some regions, the water remained safe
The Water Authority of Fiji (WAF) would like to advise our valued customers residing in the areas mentioned below that due to the continuous heavy rain, the Savura raw water
Fiji is set to make history as the first South Pacific Small Island country to join the International Water Association (IWA) as one of its Governing Members. The signing of
Please be advised that our email services have been restored and we are now receiving/sending external emails once again. We thank you for your patience and understanding while the issue
We regret to inform the general public that our email server is not responding at the current time (inbound/outbound emails). Our IT team is working to resolve the issue as
The Water Authority of Fiji (‘WAF’) wishes to advise its customers living in some parts of Suva, Nausori, Navua, Sigatoka, Nadi, Lautoka, Ba, Tavua, Rakiraki Labasa, Seaqaqa and Nabouwalu that
Water saving tips
Check for home for leaks, hidden water leaks can be wasting water without you even being aware of it.
A good way to check for leaks is, if your property is metered, then read your water meter and do not use any water for a couple of hours and go back to check that the meter reads exactly the same.
We're more likely to notice leaks indoors, but don't forget to check outdoor faucets, sprinklers and hoses for leaks. If it does not, there is a leak.
Turn off tap while cleaning your teeth, shaving or washing your face. You can waste up to 9 litres a minute by just letting the water pour down the sink.
Take a short shower rather than a bath could save you up to 400 litres a week. If you do have baths, just half fill them.
If your shower fills a one-gallon bucket in less than 20 seconds, replace the showerhead with a water-efficient model.
Bathe your young children together.
Wash your pets outdoors in an area of your lawn that needs water.
When running a bath, plug the tub before turning the water on, and then adjust the temperature as the tub fills up.
Use a water-efficient showerhead. They're inexpensive, easy to install, and can save you up to 750 gallons a month.
Shorten your shower by a minute or two and you'll save up to 150 gallons per month.
Fix any dripping tap, you can waste 90 litres a week which will cost a lot more than what might just be the price of a new washer.