Potential for water supply interruption as work begins on Cleddau Bridge pipes
6:00pm Saturday 7th September 2013 in News
SOME areas could see a short interruption to water supply as a project to upgrade the water main on the Cleddau Bridge begins next week.
Dwr Cymru Welsh Water says it is investing approximately £100,000 to replace pipework and the protective coating of the main.
Work will begin on Monday, September 9, and is scheduled to take six weeks to complete.
The company said there may be a short interruption to water supply while some work is carried out.
Should that be the case warning cards will be delivered to customers with 48 hours advance notice.
Welsh Water’s capital delivery manager, Paul James, said:“This important investment will benefit the community for years to come by ensuring that all of our customers continue to receive a top quality and reliable supply of water direct to their taps.”
The company has worked with Pembrokeshire Council to plan the work which will include some traffic control at times.
But the county council said it was not envisaging any major delays.
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