Valley Public Service Authority Boil Water Advisory Repealed

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Aiken County, SC – Two Boil Water Advisories that were issued Friday for residents in the Midland Valley area of Aiken County have been repealed.

The Valley Public Service Authority has repealed the Water Advisory it issued on Friday, August 21st.

The Advisory affected residents on Justin Street, Warren Street, Goldfish Lane, and Legion Road from Highway 421 up to Goldfish Lane, in the Warrenville area of Aiken County.

These residents no longer need to boil their water prior to drinking or cooking following an intense flushing of the distribution system.

Bacteriological samples were collected and analyzed by Breezy Hill Laboratories. The results of the sampling indicate that the water is safe to use for drinking and cooking purposes.

Anyone with questions about the Advisory, or its repeal, is urged to contact the Valley Public Service Authority at 803-593-2053.

Also, the Langley Water, Sewer & Fire District has issued a similar repeal of their Boil Water Advisory.

Anyone with questions on the Advisory, or its repeal, iss asked to contact the Langley Water, Sewer & Fire District at 803-593-3404.

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