Whirinaki Boil Water Notice lifted
Whirinaki Boil Water Notice
Results received over the last five days
from tests of the Whirinaki water supply have returned clear
of E. Coli.
Drinking Water Assessors have confirmed that
the Boil Water Notice issued last week can be lifted today.
The Boil Water Notice was issued and chlorine put into
the supply last Tuesday (July 4) after the results of
routine tests showed a low level of E. Coli in the
Chlorination would continue until further notice
and testing is being carried out daily.
into the cause of the contamination are on-going.
information see: www.hastingsdc.govt.nz/whirinakiwater
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