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Kitimat water quality advisory lifted

District of Kitimat and Northern Health say turbidity of water is back to normal

Effective September 15th, 2017 at 5:40 p.m., the District of Kitimat, in consultation with Northern Health, jointly lifted the Water Quality Advisory for all users of the District water system, issued September 12th, 2017.

The advisory was issued due to elevated turbidity levels.

Turbidity has now returned to normal levels throughout the distribution system; therefore, the District in consultation with Northern Health lifts the Advisory.

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