Beaver, Okla., water now safe to consume PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 20 May 2014 11:53

City’s voluntary water boil advisory discontinued

By LARRY PHILLIPS

• Leader & Times

 

The City of Beaver, Okla., has discontinued a water boil warning Tuesday, according to a press release from the city’s public works department.

“The Town of Beaver Public Works Authority is pleased to announce the results of the water sample test show no coliform bacteria exists in the water,” the statement noted. “The water from the Beaver Public Works Authority is safe for consumption.

“The voluntary boil advisory has been discontinued,” the report concluded.

On Saturday, the water authority had issued a voluntary boil advisory “due to a water main line repair which resulted in a pressure drop in the water system and the potential for contamination as a result of this situation,” according to Saturday’s press release.

 

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