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CITY OF STOW BOIL WATER ADVISORY LIFTED
The City of Stow’s bubble water warning has now been lifted. Saturday, December 18, the City gave a bubble water warning for Stow following a central pipe break nearby. Water testing finished throughout recent hours has affirmed the it is protected to drink water.
EPA guidelines require the City to perform testing more than a 24 hour time frame to guarantee that the drinking water is protected before a prudent bubble water warning can be lifted. Clients are not generally expected to heat up their drinking water or play it safe. Water is protected to polish off and can be utilized regularly.
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The CDC gives the accompanying assets as direction for inhabitants, after a bubble alert has been lifted: https://www.cdc.gov/healthywater/crisis/dwa-comm-tool stash/previously/instruments/FAQ-After-a-Drinking-Water-Advisory.docx
Extra data can be found at https://www.dutchessny.gov/Departments/Water-Wastewater/Docs/2021_After_Boil_Water_Notice_Instructions.pdf.
For future notices from the City of Stow, kindly visit the landing page of StowOhio.org to pursue our City e-impacts, and for crisis warnings.
For more data, kindly contact the City of Stow Water Department at 330.689.2911. General data is likewise accessible from the EPA’s Safe Water Drinking Water Hotline at (800) 426-4791.
This notice is being sent by: The City of Stow Water System
- Is there still a boil alert in Stow Ohio?
The City of Stow’s boil water advisory has now been lifted.
- Is Stow water safe yet?
Stow’s water is now safe to drink. The city on Monday ended its boil water advisory put in place since Saturday because of a major water main break. “Water testing completed over the past 24 hours has confirmed the drinking water is safe,” Stow said in a news release.
- Is there a water main break in Stow Ohio?
The City of Stow Water System has experienced a catastrophic water main break. This occurred on Saturday, December 18, 2021. The area affected is CITYWIDE.