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Health Unit issues Boil Advisory for Morrisburg and Iroquois
The Eastern Ontario Health Unit has issed a Boil Water Advisory for the Morrisburg Water Treatment Plant. This advisory is to notify patrons of the above-mentioned establishment, that the water is not potable. Harmful micro-organisms present in the water confirm that the water is unsafe to drink.
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Morrisburg - Aug. 17, 2011 - The Eastern Ontario Health Unit has issed a Boil Water Advisory for the Morrisburg Water Treatment Plant.

"This advisory is to notify patrons of the above-mentioned establishment, that the water is not potable. Harmful micro-organisms present in the water confirm that the water is unsafe to drink," states Renay Roberts, EOHU Health Inspector.

"Until further notice, water for drinking and food preparation must be boiled (boil water to a rolling boil) for at least one (1) minute to kill all disease-causing organisms, or you may also use bottled water. You will receive written confirmation once the problem is rectified," Roberts added.

Should residents have any questions or concerns they are urged to call the Health Unit at (613) 774-2739 or 1-800-267-7120.

Residents of both Morrisburg and Iroquois will be affected by this situation.


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