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Water Today Title January 18, 2021

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The Municipality of Bury, in Québec's Estrie Region, has been under has been under a boil water advisory (BWA) since June 19, 2018. No other information was published on the list published by the MDDLCC. WaterToday contacted the Municipality to find out what was behind the advisory.

Karine Blouin, Director General and Secretary-Treasurer for Bury, explained that the advisory was issued due to "repair work on a leak" in the distribution system. She added that "any time repair work is done an advisory is issued as a precaution."

The municipality is now required to take water samples to ensure water quality. Blouin said that "the first sample has been taken and sent for testing." At the time when we contacted the municipality, the results had not yet come in. A second sample will be sent when they are received.

Residents of Bury will be advised via the municipal website of any updates, including when the advisory is lifted. When asked about the timetable for removing the advisory Blouin said that "we expect that the advisory will be lifted on the 28th of June."


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