Phuket water shut-offs to hit Chalong, Rawai as Governor voices concern

PUBLISHED ON WED, APR 19, 2017 5:57 PM

Phuket water shut-offs to hit Chalong, Rawai as Governor voices concern

The Phuket News

 

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PHUKET:-- The Phuket Provincial Waterworks Authority announced today (April 19) that water supply to residential and business areas in Chalong and Rawai will be shut off tomorrow (April 20) while repairs are carried out on mains pipes at the underpass construction site at Chalong Circle.

 

According to the announcement released today, the water supply will be shut off from 9am until the works are completed.

 

Affected areas start at Chok Thip residence and Land & Houses Park Chao Fa East Rd in Chalong and extend all the way to Soi Suk Sombum on Wiset Rd in Rawai.

 

The waterworks also follow an expression of concern from Phuket Governor Nopparat Plodthong about water shortages in Phuket.

 

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