Odorous tap water reported, water remains safe for Cconsumption

By City of Lloydminster

August 23, 2017 1:09 PM

The City of Lloydminster is reassuring residents that tap water is safe to use and drink, despite reports of earthy odours and taste in some areas of Lloydminster.
“Our Water Services team confirms the difference in taste and odour observed by some residents is a result of a fluctuation in river water organics,” said Leo Paré, Director, Communications.
“Our Water Services team continues to sample and test water at regular intervals. The safety of our drinking water is not compromised, corrective measures have been implemented and we expect any taste and odour irregularities to be resolved quickly.”
Water-related inquiries may be directed to waterservices@lloydminster.ca.

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