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Mauritius: The public organism in charge of the water distribution in the island previews a hot season very well managed at the level water cuts

The officials of the Central Water Authority (CWA), the public organism in charge of the water distribution in Mauritius, are confident of the approach of the austral summer and the hot season.
According to them, the rains of December should maintain a minimum sufficient filling rate of 65% the reservoirs of the island.
The big majority of the Mauritian population should not be touched by the any possible general water cuts.
The CWA are also about to engage 3.7 billion rupees* for the future implementation of a project to continuously provide water to water subscribers, as reports Le Défi Quotidien the newspaper.
As a reminder, the biggest reservoir of the island, Mare-aux-Vacoas had reached the filling rate of 73.9% in September 29 2014 against 64,1% a year earlier, , La Nicolière 61,2% (71,3% on 29.09.2013), Piton-du-Milieu 76,6% (64,5% on 29.09.2013), La Ferme 45,4% (33,8% on 29.09.2013), Mare-Longue 62,3% (72,8% on 29.09.2013) and Midlands Dam 76% (50,7% on 29.09.2013).
*One euro roughly equivalent to 41 rupees

Fabrice François

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