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Williams Lake Residents Urged To Reduce Water Use

Update:

City of Williams Lake crews continue to work on fixing a ruptured sewer line break in the River Valley.

Residents are urged to continue to minimize their water use and the City said that their water infrastructure has not been affected and that municipal water is still safe to drink.

The River Valley is experiencing a one-in-two-hundred -year flow rate in the creek and reducing water use will help temporarily slow the flow of sewage through the affected pipe.

(Original story)

Residents are being urged by the City of Williams Lake to continue to reduce water use.

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This comes after high water flows resulted in a sewer line break in the River Valley’s Sewage Treatment Lagoons just before noon yesterday (Sunday).

Baths, showers, laundry, dishwashing and even flushing the toilet are being urged to be kept to a minimum as crews work to temporarily fix the ruptured pipe and the causeway.

 

 

 

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