Jun 05, 2017 Business & Finance Comments Off on Tap water supply to return to normal in Changhua County on Tuesday
Taipei--Some 60,000 households in the northern part of Changhua County will have their water supply back to normal by Tuesday at noon after having it shut off on Monday, Taiwan Water Corporation said.
Wu Ching-wen (???), spokesman of the company, said the water supply will be gradually restored at the water plant starting in the early hours of Tuesday.
But he noted that it will take at least eight or nine hours before the water supply can get back to normal at the 60,000 affected households in Changhua City, the county seat, and Fenyuan and Hemei townships.
The supply issue was caused by high water turbidity in a water supply plant in Taichung's Fengyuan District, following torrential rains in central Taiwan over the weekend.
The households in the northern part of Changhua County were partially served by the Fengyuan plant.
Source: Focus Taiwan News Channel
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