Water Rationing To Intensify In Harare
Harare City Council has revealed that it would introduce water-rationing for the northern suburbs such as Borrowdale in response to the local authority’s deteriorating water pumping capacity.
The city fathers said the water cuts will be for 72 hours a week. This was revealed by acting Harare water director Richard Kunyadini while responding to a question from Mabvuku councillor Fibion Kufahakutizvi.
“This year, we might be forced to ration water supplies going forward. At the moment, Prince Edward plant is operating at two days a week. This is because of the state of the raw water which has depleted.
We have completed the refurbishment of Avondale treatment plant and we hope to use that station to pump to the northern suburbs.
We have also started a programme to reduce water supply to areas like Glen View and Glen Norah, at least switching them off for two to three days so that we could pump to areas like Mabvuku and Tafara.”
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