Hidrocapital announces the shutdown of the Tuy III system due to Corpoelec works


Hidrocapital, the state-owned company in charge of the capital district’s water supply, has indicated that the Tuy III system will cease operations due to maintenance work carried out by Corpoelec.

The information was announced via the state-owned company’s Twitter account. Hidrocapital did not provide further details on the duration of the work or the resumption of water service.

Corpoelec also did not provide details on how long it will take to maintain the substation. Corpoelec’s work will be carried out at the Camatagua electrical substation.

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In the statement, the hydrological company urged users to take precautions and apologized for any inconvenience caused.

What areas does the Tuy III or 3 system provide?

The Sistema Tuy III supplies water to almost 70% of the capitalmainly in areas to the west and southwest of the city.

According to information provided by the Director General of the Municipality of BarutaLuis Aguilar, the sectors of this municipality served by the Tuy III system are: Piedra Azul, Pueblo de Baruta, Manzanares, Alto Prado, Lomas de Prados del Este, Prados del Este, El Peñón, Santa Fe Norte and Sur, Colinas Valle Arriba , El Güire, lower part of La Trinidad and La Tahona.

As for Municipality of Libertador the sectors that are affected during the shutdown of the Tuy III system are generally, according to information from the Ministry of Ecosocialism and Water.

pq. Sugar: Los Magallanes (upper part), Casalta ll, Casalta lll, Propatria (blocks 3 to 12), Altavista (upper part), Casalta, El Amparo (lower part), Gramoven, La Silsa, La Silsa (2nd and 3rd Plan ), Lomas de Urdaneta, Pérez Bonalde (from Av. Bolívar to Calle Panamericana), Propatria, Propatria (Blocks 1 to 2).

pq. Antímano: Algodonal, Barrio San José de Carapita, Carapita (intermediate part of the El Caballo climb), Casco Principal de Antimano, Corazón de Jesús, El Cardón, El Inos, El Progreso, Francisco Bermúdez, La Acequia, La Grama, La Montañita , Las Clavellinas, Las Veredas, La Yaguara, Mamera, Las Cumbres (upper part), Santa Elena, Sector Las Torres, Sector San José, San Rafael, Sucre, Industrial Zone.

pq. Caricuao: September 7, La Cidra, San Pablito, Ruiz Pineda, Renny Ottolina, UD7, UV-9.

pq. Car: Blocks of La Rinconada, Cerro Grande, Car, Pram, Delgado Chalbaud, Car Market, North and West part of the Intermunicipal, Car Tracks.

pq. Macarao: May 3, Boca del Lobo, Ciprés, El Rincón, Kennedy.

pq. El Paraíso: Rotary Avenue and Pérez Carreño Hospital, Bella Vista, Brisas del Paraíso, Cota 905, Vista Alegre Hill, Los Laureles, La Paz, Vista Alegre, San Rafael Neighborhood, La Montañita Neighborhood, Las Terrazas de Vista Alegre.

pq. La Vega: Juan Pablo ll, Montalbancito, La Paz (O’Higgins), Montalbán II, Montalbán lll, La Vega (lower and middle part). pq. Santa Rosalia: Buenos Aires, Las Luces, San Miguel. pq. January 23: Mirador, Nueva Caracas, Sierra Maestra, Zone E and F.

pq. San Juan: Artiga, El Amparo (lower part), El Atlántico, El Guarataro, La Quebradita, Los Molinos, Los Eucaliptos, Nuevo Mundo, San Martin, Unión, San Martin Industrial Zone. pq. San Pedro: Santa Monica Hills, Santa Monica Trails.

pq. La Pastora: Altos de Lídice, Camino los Españoles and El Polvorín (upper part). pq. El Valle: Ciudad Tiuna, Fort Tiuna (Ayala Battalion, Codazzi Battalion, O’Leary Battalion, Army General Command, War Aviation School, Ecological School, Language School, Military Intelligence School, Higher School of Army, Ministry of Defense and Range), Otálora Residences up to Core 5.

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