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HALIBURTON, ON: HALIBURTON CONDO BWA RESCINDED, ON
A Boil Water Advisory for luxury condominiums in the Haliburton area was rescinded today after the Health Unit received a satisfactory test result.
The BWA was issued to Granite Cove Condominiums on April 3 after a drop in water pressure was recorded.
The 30 unit building is located on the shores of Head Lake.
Randy Friesen, a representative of ASI, who manage the water system at Granite Cove told this reporter that a leak in an improperly installed nipple was to blame for the pressure drop.
As the repairs to the system had to take place within the reservoir where the drinking water is stored, a careful process had to be used to ensure no contamination was caused.
As a precautionary measure, they informed the Health Unit to issue the BWA while they carried out the necessary repairs. A representative for Around the Lakes Condomunium Property Management said that the repairs were carried out diligently and the water pressure is now better than ever.
Bill Eekhof, a communications officer for the Haliburton, Kawartha, Pine Ridge District Health Unit confirmed that the water was subsequently tested to ensure it was safe for drinking.
When a satisfactory test was received this morning, the BWA was rescinded.
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