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Boil Water Orders FAQ

 
The BWO can be issued for the following reasons:

  • If water pressure goes below 20 pounds per square inch;
  • A confirmed E. Coli positive water sample;
  • Failure of essential equipment in the water treatment facility; and
  • A sanitation survey reveals pollution sources that cannot normally be removed by the treatment provided

If you believe you may be affected by a Boil Water Order or have any other water related concerns, contact your municipality. For all other public water systems not listed below, call your water operator/property manager.

 Click HERE for a list of Municipality contacts

 

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Further Reading

Boil Water Order Instructions

Tips and Facts on 'Boiling Water and Emergency Disinfection'

'FSE' Water Emergency for Food Service Establishments

Private Wells


Contact Us
Clinton County Health Department
Environmental Health & Safety Division
(518) 565-4870    

  ATUPA

MENU
menu

Boil Water Orders FAQ

 
The BWO can be issued for the following reasons:

  • If water pressure goes below 20 pounds per square inch;
  • A confirmed E. Coli positive water sample;
  • Failure of essential equipment in the water treatment facility; and
  • A sanitation survey reveals pollution sources that cannot normally be removed by the treatment provided

If you believe you may be affected by a Boil Water Order or have any other water related concerns, contact your municipality. For all other public water systems not listed below, call your water operator/property manager.

 Click HERE for a list of Municipality contacts

 

INFO BAR


Further Reading

Boil Water Order Instructions

Tips and Facts on 'Boiling Water and Emergency Disinfection'

'FSE' Water Emergency for Food Service Establishments

Private Wells


Contact Us
Clinton County Health Department
Environmental Health & Safety Division
(518) 565-4870    

  ATUPA