Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality says load shedding affecting water supply

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Mar 20, 2019Port Elizabeth – The Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality on Wednesday advised local residents and businesses that it is experiencing multiple shutdowns at various Water Treatment Works as well as large Pump stations daily due to load shedding.Eskom announced Stage 4 load shedding for the fifth consecutive day on Wednesday.”The extended shutdown durations of stage 4 load shedding makes it impossible to recuperate storage as there simply isn’t enough pumping hours left in the day,” said Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality Communications and Media Management Officer, Mthubanzi Mniki.He said that this issue was further compounded by two separate breakdowns experienced on the supply system.”However teams are busy with repairs,” Mniki said.”We urgently call on all consumers within NMBM to reduce consumption drastically to avoid areas from experiencing interruptions in supply.”Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality areas affected by water disruptions due to load shedding The following supply areas are at highest risk of being affected:Parts of WalmerWalmer DownsMangold ParkGlen HurdNewton ParkGreenacresParts of CotsworldParts of SchaudervilleLinksideMill ParkParts of CentralMount CroixPerridgevaleSummerstrandGreenbushes industrial areaRowallen parkGreenbushesSt AlbansGeneral Ibhayi areaGelvandaleHelenvaleFollow more RNEWS articles, subscribe to our YouTube channel and for breaking news LIKE us on Facebook. For news on the Western Cape click here.

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