NOTICE: Planned water shutdown in Hammanskraal

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Some residents of Hammanskraal will wake up to dry taps on Wednesday morning due to a planned shutdown of the water treatment plant.

Tshwane metro said the Temba water treatment plant will be closed for upgrades.

“On 4 and 5 October from 08:00, the Temba water treatment plant will be shut down due to the following installation work:

– New pump suction to the Hammanskraal West suction manifold.

– Welding on the new instrument fittings to the existing discharge feed line at the raw water pump station.

– Removing the temporary bypass at the intake.

The metro said the following areas will be affected by water outage:

– Dilopye

– New Eersterust

– Temba

– Babelegi industries

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– Marokolong

– Ramotse

– Majaneng

– Mandela Village

– Sekampaneng

The water treatment plant will provide water to the community at a reduced rate during the period of the shutdown, the metro said.

Roaming water tankers will supply residents with water during that period.

 

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Robinson Nqola

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