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City of Wellman under boil order

WELLMAN (KWWL) -

Officials in Washington county have issued a boil order for residents of Wellman. The order only impacts those on city water.  People using well water and those in the county are not a part of the order.

City water users should bring water to a rolling boil for 2 minutes and let the water cool before use. Water should be stored in a clean container with a cover.

Water customers should use boiled or bottled water for:

  • Drinking
  • Brushing teeth
  • Preparing and cooking food
  • Making ice
  • Giving water to pets

Questions can go to Washington County Public Health 319-653-7758. Restaurants should contact Environmental Health at 319-653-7782 for questions.

 

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