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Water quality advisory lifted

The Greater Vernon Water Utility (GVWU) is informing customers on the Duteau Creek water source that a water quality advisory has been rescinded.

GVWU has been actively monitoring the water quality, and all bacterial tests have been clean.

The reduction of water use has made it possible to return to normal operations without the use of seasonal water sources.

The water from the Duteau Creek water treatment plant is rated as good.

Any questions, you can check out the utility's website at www.rdno.ca.

 

 

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