Kalamalka Lake is once again being used as a water source for Greater Vernon after turbidity decreased.

Kalamalka Lake is once again being used as a water source for Greater Vernon after turbidity decreased.

Kal Lake source restored for Greater Vernon customers

Residents had been switched to the Duteau Creek source May 23 because of increased turbidity in the lake.

Water sources have been restored in Greater Vernon.

The Regional District of North Okanagan switched customers back to the Kalamalka Lake source Thursday.

“Customers may notice a change in water quality, such as increase in hardness,” said Renee Clark, water quality manager.

“This may be of interest to those customers who have in-home water treatment systems or aquariums.”

Kal Lake customers had been switched over to the Duteau Creek source May 23 because of increased turbidity in the lake.

 

 

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