NWSC Commence Emergency Works at Ggaba Water Facility to Restore Constant Supply of Clean, Safe water!

National Water and Sewerage Corporation has announced that many of their clients in Kampala city and surrounding areas will not have water for the next nearly 24 hours after one of their pumps at the main station in Gaba developed a mechanical problem and that the treatment plant has been closed off to handle an emergency fault and restore normalcy, a team of specialized engineers is on ground working tirelessly to complete works and restore water supply in the shortest time possible.

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A team of specialized engineers is on ground working tirelessly to complete works and restore water supply in the shortest time possible. NWSC/NOTICE

PUBLIC NOTICE:

The Management of National Water and Sewerage Corporation (NWSC)- Kampala Water regrets to inform its valued customers and the general public that water supply at Ggaba 3 water treatment plant has been closed off to handle an emergency fault.

According to NWSC, the affected Areas include

Nakasero service area: City center, Kololo, areas along portbell road up to Bugolobi, Mukwano, 5th and 6th street, Kanyanya, Nabweru, Kawempe Mbogo and the surrounding areas.

Accordingly other areas that will be affected by this development include Muyenga service area:Acacia Avenue, Wandegeya, Namirembe, Mengo, Makerere, Kawempe, Maganjo, Kagoma, Matugga, Nansana, parts of Namirembe, Nakulabye, Bakuli, parts of city center, Nile avenue and the surround areas.

A team of specialized NWSC engineers is on ground working tirelessly to complete works and restore water supply in the shortest time possible. NWSC/PHOTO

NWSC team of specialized engineers are already on the ground working tirelessly to complete works and restore water supply in the shortest time possible.

The works are estimated to last between 18 to 24 hours.

The Public and Customers are therefore advised to store enough water and use it sparingly as we work.

All inconveniences are highly regretted.

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The Mission of NWSC is to sustainably and equitably provide cost effective quality water and sewerage services to the delight of all stakeholders while conserving the environment. NWSC/PHOTO

About NWSC

NWSC was formed by Decree No. 34 in 1972 to serve the urban areas of Kampala, Entebbe, and Jinja.

The National Water and Sewerage Corporation (NWSC) is a public utility company 100% owned by the Government of Uganda. The Corporation was established in 1972 under Decree No: 34. At its inception in 1972, the Corporation operated in three (3) major towns of Kampala, Jinja and Entebbe.

These laws were revised in 1995 by the NWSC Statute and later on the statute was incorporated in the Laws of Uganda as CAP 317 (Laws of Uganda 2000). The primary aim of this was to revise the objectives, powers and structure of NWSC to enable the corporation operate and provide water & sewerage services in areas entrusted to it on a sound commercial and viable basis.

In 1995, NWSC was re-organized under the NWSC Statute. The company was given more authority and autonomy and the mandate to operate and provide water and sewerage services in areas entrusted to it, on a sound commercial and viable basis. NWSC offers expert professional services for all types of water & waste development projects from Mini to Large development schemes, low to high head projects.

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