Drought affects water supply in sections of St Elizabeth

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Drought affects water supply in sections of St Elizabeth

Wednesday, April 08, 2020

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ST ELIZABETH, Jamaica — The National Water Commission (NWC) says operation at the Hannah Spring facility in St Elizabeth, has been reduced to 50 per cent capacity due to drought conditions.

As a result, the NWC said customers served by this system will experience low water pressure.

Areas affected include Hannah Spring, Sellington, Top Fyffes Pen, Cataboo, and surrounding areas.

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