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Smoke tests continue in Ordot-Chalan Pago

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by Heather Hauswirth

Guam - Guam Waterworks Authority wastewater crews will be conducting another smoke test in the village of Ordot-Chalan Pago.  This will take place Thursday and Friday January 14 and 15th from 8am to 5pm. Wastewater engineer Julie Shane says, "This is non toxic smoke and the test allows the crews to check for leaks in the wastewater lines."

Shane added that this will also help GWA detect illegal connections and "high incoming flow into the Chaot pumping facility during the raining season."

The affected areas are Atoigue Park, Chaeliko St., Chalan Huego St., Chalan Puntan Sanaya, Sana Cruz St., Chalan Kanton Tasi, Colonel Eddie Reyes St., Chalan Kiutos St., Ramires St., and possibly Apusento Gardens.

 For questions, the public can call 646-2411.

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