Guam – The Guam Waterworks Authority reports there is low to no water pressure in the higher elevated areas of Agat and Santa Rita.
GWA Spokeswoman Heidi Ballendorf says crews are working the problem and full service should be restored by 5am Friday morning. In the meantime a water tanker is available to residents at the Agat Mayor’s office.
Isolated sections of Chalan Pago are also experiencing low to no water pressure. Full restoration there is also expected by 5pm this afternoon.
Also, heavy rains have forced the partial by-pass of the Umatac Sewer Treatment Plant, which means that un-treated sewage is flowing into the sea. There are also reports of sewage line back-ups and manholes covers off in the villages of Inarajan, Agat and Merizo.
READ the release from GWA Spokeswoman Ballendorf below:
GWA announces low to no water only in the higher elevated areas of Agat and Santa Rita due to a water main break. Crews are in the area. Water will be restored by 5:00 a.m. tomorrow. A water tanker is in place at the Agat Mayor’s office.
A isolated section of Chalan Pago (Chalan Oksu) is experiencing no water however at this time water is being restored. Full restoration will be by 5:00 p.m. this evening.
Currently the following areas are experiencing surcharging manholes and sewer lines: Inarajan, Agat, Merizo. The Umatac treatment plan is partially being bypassed at this time.