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Wednesday, August 22, 2018

Town-side water out until 9pm

ABOUT 400 households in New Norfolk remain without water due to delays in the replacement of a water main today. TasWater advises that full supply will not be restored until 9pm, following initial advice that the work would be carried out between 9am and 5pm.

The affected area includes Humphrey St, Charlotte St, Sharland Ave, Kensington St, Trevor Tce, Andrew St, Rex St, Nicholson St, Quarry St and Gordon Ave. Bottled water is available from the car park at the Derwent Valley Council depot at  6 Glebe Road, New Norfolk.

TasWater apologised for the inconvenience and recommends that once the water supply is restored, customers should run s tap until the water is clear to remove any sediment, cloudiness or air in the pipes. Anyone continuing to experience discoloured water after running the taps can contact TasWater on 13 69 92.

Click here for updates on the TasWater website.

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