UPDATE: DRINKING WATER NOTICE

Boil Water Advisory Lifted for Pennsylvania American Water

Customers in southern Allegheny and Washington Counties

PITTSBURGH, PA (November 08, 2017) Pennsylvania American Water customers in southern Allegheny  and Washington Counties, no longer have to boil their water before use. Acceptable test results were obtained from samples collected on November 6 and 7, and the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection has authorized lifting of the advisory.

This notice applies to approximately 100,000 customers in the following areas:

Allegheny County

Bethel Park

Clairton

Dravosburg

Elizabeth Township

Elizabeth Borough

Glassport

Jefferson Hills Borough

Liberty

Lincoln

North Fayette

South Fayette

South Park

Upper Saint Clair

West Elizabeth

WASHINGTON COUNTY

Amwell

Avella

Buffalo

Burgettstown

Canton

Canonsburg

Caroll Township

Cecil Township

Chartiers

City of Washington

Claysville

Cross Creek

Donegal Township

East Washington

Fallowfield

Finleyville

Frankfort Springs

Forward Township

Green Hills Borough

Independence

Hanover

Hopewell

Houston

Jefferson

McDonald

Midway

Monongahela

Mount Pleasant

New Eagle

North Franklin

North Strabane

Nottingham

Peters Township

Robinson Township

Smith Township

Somerset Township

South Franklin

South Strabane

Union Township

West Middletown

The boil advisory was issued November 6, due to high turbidity levels at the Aldrich Water Treatment Plant.

 

Pennsylvania American Water thanks its customers for their patience and cooperation during this event. For more information, contact Pennsylvania American Water’s customer service center at (800) 565-7292.

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