Cleaning of sediments will cause the stoppage of the Jaime Díaz Quintero water treatment plant in La Chorrera


IDAAN will also change the 300 HP motor and the protection system of the new 300 HP motor of pump #2, in order to guarantee the quality of drinking water.

Cleaning of sediments will cause the stoppage of the Jaime Díaz Quintero water treatment plant in La Chorrera

Some sectors will be without water. Photo: Illustrative

This Monday, August 22, the Jaime Díaz Quintero de La Chorrera water treatment plant will suspend operations, from 7:00 in the morning to 8:00 at night, as announced by the National Aqueduct and Sewer Institute (IDAAN).

According to the entity, the stoppage is due to the fact that they will carry out cleaning work on settlers 1 and 2, change of the 300 HP motor and the protection system of the new 300 HP motor of pump #2, in order to guarantee the drinking water quality, improve plant production and durability of installed equipment.

IDAAN reported that while the works are in progress in the districts of Barrio Balboa and Barrio Colón downtown and lack of supply in the districts of Guadalupe, El Coco and Playa Leona, West Coast neighborhoods, West Coast Villas, residential Don Juan, Jardines de Mastranto and Lomas de Mastranto in the District of La Chorrera, will be affected by low pressure.

While the Corregimiento Juan Demóstenes Arosemena and Vista Alegre in the District of Arraiján will be without drinking water supply.

The necessary measures will be taken to reduce the effects of this maintenance by supplying sensitive points such as hospitals in La Chorrera and Arraiján with tank trucks.

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