Boil water advisory issued for portion of Westland lifted
WESTLAND, Mich. – The mandatory boil water advisory issued by the Great Lakes Water Authority for a portion of the city of Westland (Cherry Hill to Michigan Avenue and Henry Ruff to Venoy) has been lifted. Testing has confirmed that the water is safe to consume and meets all Safe Drinking Water Act regulations. Original Story: Portion of Westland remains under boil water advisoryGLWA took the precautionary measure of issuing the mandatory boil water advisory on Thursday evening due to the loss of pressure in the water distribution system caused by an error made by the GLWA field service crews during pressure reducing valve replacement maintenance activities in the area. Whenever a water system loses pressure for any significant length of time, the precautionary measure of a boil water advisory is recommended.
Portion of Westland remains under boil water advisory
WESTLAND, Mich. – Because of a loss of pressure in parts of the Westland water supply, a portion of the city is under a boil water advisory. According to Great Lakes Water Authority (GLWA) officials, the first round of tests taken have come back clear. The second round of test results will be returned on Sunday and upon a second clear result, GLWA will lift the boil water advisory. The boil water advisory will remain in effect until it is canceled by the Great Lakes Water Authority. The boil water advisory is expected to be resolved within 48 hours after water has been restored.
Portion of Westland under boil water advisory
WESTLAND, Mich. – Because of a loss of pressure in parts of the Westland water supply, a portion of the city is under a boil water advisory. The boil water advisory will remain in effect until it is canceled by the Great Lakes Water Authority. Bring all water to a boil, let it boil for one minute and then let it cool before using it. Boiled or bottled water should be used for drinking, making ice, brushing teeth, washing dishes and preparing food. The boil water advisory is expected to be resolved within 48 hours after water has been restored.
Boil water advisory issued for Berlin Township residents
BERLIN TOWNSHIP, Mich. – A boil water advisory has been issued for residents in Monroe County’s Berlin Township due to a water main break. In the advisory issued Wednesday morning, Berlin Township officials advise residents west of I-75 and west of Swan Creek Road, including Newport Road west of I-75, North Park, Newport Estates, Birchwood sub, Newport Woods and Newport Farms, are encouraged to boil water for the next three days or until further notice before using it for drinking, cooking, brushing teeth, and washing fruits and vegetables. Residents and business might experience lower water pressure, a loss of water or discolored water from taps. The township said this boil water advisory is due to a water main break on Newport Road west of I-75. Local officials will notify the public when the advisory is lifted after repairs are made and proper testing has been completed, the township said.
Part of West Bloomfield Township under boil water advisory due to drop in water pressure
WEST BLOOMFIELD TOWNSHIP, Mich. – Part of West Bloomfield Township is under a boil water advisory due to a drop in water pressure in the area, officials said. The advisory is in effect for residents and businesses east of Hiller Road and north of Greer Road. Wellington Woods #1 and #2, Wellington Meadows and Woodlands of West Bloomfield are also affected. The boil water advisory is expected to remain in effect for at least three days, officials said. Boil water instructionsHere are some instructions provided by West Bloomfield Township officials.