Dryden water safe to drink
A three-day-old boil water advisory in the City of Dryden has been lifted.
City officials determined Friday that the water treatment plant was working within Ministry of Environment standards for producing safe drinking water. They had put in place the boil water advisory on Wednesday after suspecting a malfunctioning valve between two reservoirs was causing a problem with disinfection.
All water samples taken at the plant during the advisory tested negative for contamination.
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