Council resorts to murky river water for clean up
April 12, 2012 7:06 pm
The Nadi Town Council has had to use murky river water to clean up parts of the town.
Council Chief executive Nemia Tagi says they had to resort to river water to completely clean the silt from the town.
Tagi says they are grateful of the assistance provided by the National Fire Authority.
“The council at the moment in Nadi is still undergoing the clean-up of the town. There are areas that will need thorough clean-out. But we have restricted our use of water to using the river water as the clean water from the Water Authority will be used by many to clean their homes. The NFA has had to draw water from the river for this purpose.”
Tagi says water cuts are still being experienced in the Western division and this has prompted them to warn business houses from using clean tap water to clean up their premises.