Some residents in some parts of the Central Region (Kasoa) and the Greater Accra Region to experience shortage of water supply in the coming days. This comes as the Ghana Water Company Limited (GWCL) cautioned customers of an imminent shortage of water supply as the company announced the temporary shutdown of the Weija Water Treatment Plant from Wednesday, March 23.
This exercise is as result of a request by the Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) to carry out expansion works at one of the stations that powers the Weija Raw Water Pumping Station. Consequently consumers within the supplying areas were, therefore, advised to store enough water ahead of the planned shutdown.
Ghana Water Company adviced customers to also note that water production and supply will resume as soon as work by ECG is completed.
Please note that affected areas includes: Kasoa, Weija, Mallam Junction, McCarthy Hill, Bortianor, Gbawe, Anyaa, Awoshie, Dansoman, Sakaman, Glefe, Odorkor, Mataheko, Mamprobi, Chorkor, Kaneshie, Akweteyman, Abeka-Lapaz, Nii Boi Town, Tesano, Achimota, Accra Central business district, parts of Ministries and surrounding areas.
“The inconvenience this may cause is deeply regretted.”