Brown water for Wanniassa

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ACTEW Water will be undertaking necessary work in Wanniassa on Wednesday November 5, which may result in temporary discolouration of water in the area.

Streets that may be impacted are those bordered by Comrie St, McBryde Cres, Sternberg Cres and McWhae Cct. The necessary work being undertaken is to provide for new connections for residential developments in the suburb.

Whilst it is difficult to predict to what degree the water will be affected, ACTEW Water advises that any discolouration will clear with normal use. If residents experience ongoing discolouration beyond Wednesday, 5 November 2014, please contact the ACTEW Water Faults team on 6248 3111.

Residents are advised not to use washing machines and dishwashers during this period of possible water discolouration, as it may stain clothing or clog filters. ACTEW Water does not recommend drinking water that appears, smells or tastes objectionable.

ACTEW Water would like to take this opportunity to apologise to our customers in the Wanniassa area for any short term inconvenience this important work may cause.

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