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22/09/2017 3:00 p.m.
Friday 22 September, 2017
Council has now lifted the precautionary boil water notice in place for the Mt
Somers water supply.
The quality of the
Mt Somers water has returned to normal and no contamination has been detected,
after monitoring equipment at the facility detected high turbidity – or
cloudiness in the water on Tuesday 19 September.
lowers the effectiveness of the equipment used to treat water, and as a
precaution, Council issued a boil water notice.
The Montalto water
supply was also issued a precautionary boil water notice on 19 September, but
this notice will remain in place until further advised.
should continue boiling their water for at least three minutes before
consumption, for use in food preparation or for hygiene purposes.
High rainfall is likely to have caused the turbidity levels to