Lydec announces disruptions to the drinking water supply in certain districts of Casablanca, from this Friday, due to the work to divert drinking water networks.
As part of the work of deviating from the drinking water networks of the delegated management impacted by the construction of the T4 tram lines and L5 of the BHNS (High Service Level Bus), Lydec is planning a large-scale operation of tilting and connection of 4 structuring drinking water supply pipes located on the route of these future Casablanca public transport lines, the company said in a press release.
The tilting and connection of these large diameter pipes (up to 1 meter – DN1000) could cause a disruption of the drinking water supply, which could go as far as cutting, in certain areas of the city, continues- we.
Classified as priority by Casa-Transport, the delegatee and the delegating authority, this work is scheduled from September 9 to 30. To carry out these large-scale operations of switching and connecting pipes to the drinking water network, reducing their timeframes and limiting their impact on customers, the Casablanca delegatee claims to have implemented a set of operational actions. as well as a communication mechanism for the customers concerned, and mobilized the necessary teams and intervention resources.
Lydec adds that it has undertaken all preparatory work upstream to limit the duration of service disruption: operating maneuvers, filling the water tanks, monitoring pressure instructions, and readjusting the parameters of the pressure stabilizers / reducers. The company also prepared, in advance, all the material necessary for the connection site as well as the preliminary earthworks.
In addition, a traffic plan has been validated with the Police services for better organization of travel around the site. Also, a central system has been set up at Lydec level for the management and management of all operations.
In addition, in coordination with local authorities, Lydec provides its customers who are affected, at sensitive points, with cubitainers filled with water.
The delegatee claims to have deployed an appropriate communication mechanism towards all the stakeholders concerned, in particular the prefectural and local authorities with which it is in close coordination. Also, local communication has been implemented with industrial and residential customers impacted by this connection operation.
The capacity of the Lydec customer relations center (05 22 31 20 20 – reachable 24 hours a day, 7 days a week), will be strengthened to handle a