7 towns in Lanzarote have no water supply in the peak of the heatwave
Canal Gestión Lanzarote, the company in charge of the water supply on the island, has announced new supply cuts for today (Saturday) at the peak of the heatwave that is scorching the Canary Islands. The supply of tap water has been cut off in Haría, Mala, Punta Mujeres, Guatiza, Máguez, and Muñique as a result of the low levels that continue to be recorded in the supply tanks.
In addition to this, the towns of Mácher, Tías, Conil, La Villa, Soo, and Tiagua are suffering pressure and flow issues due to the work necessary to regularize the system, and agricultural farms will not be able to receive either reclaimed or drinking water given the low levels in the reservoirs.
Apart from these, there are other incidents due to small breakdowns and scheduled maintenance work that could cause some momentary disruption in the supply of certain streets, but which are limited to daily and habitual management.
Canal Gestión Lanzarote and the Water Consortium have released a statement apologising for any inconvenience during these problems, and that they are using all possible resources to find solutions to the structural problems existing in the short, medium, and long term.
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