Broken Mandela Highway pipeline back in operation — NWC

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KINGSTON, Jamaica — The National Water Commission (NWC) says that the major Rio Cobre/Tulloch Spring transmission pipeline along the southern side of the Mandela Highway which was broken during road construction works on February 25 is now back in operation.

The 33” inch pipeline is a critical part of the NWC’s Corporate Area water supply network, serving sections of Portmore as well.

The pipeline supplies parts of the Corporate Area such as Spanish Town Road, Marcus Garvey Drive, Molynes Road, Washington Boulevard, and sections of downtown Kingston.

The very complicated and technically involved repair was completed on Sunday and the pipeline has since been put back into full operation.

NWC said it regrets any inconvenience experienced by the pipeline break and craves the continued patience and understanding of its valued customers.

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