They even have Sink system and shower heads filters!
I noticed the report on this Well Water showed it has Fluoride in it !!!!!! :(
Greene County Rural Water District Under Boil Order by WLDS Radio / WICS News Team Wednesday, February 1st 2017
WHITE HALL, Ill. (WLDS)
— The Greene County Rural Water District has issued a boil order until at least Thursday.
The Water District decided to place the order after one of their hydrants was tapped yesterday battling the White Hall Fire.
Heather Stone, the Office Supervisor for the Greene County Rural Water District explains that the order was placed as a precaution.
“White Hall and all the rest of the fire stations that came down, pulled off one of our fire hydrants, which caused a loss of pressure in our system.
So to be on the safe side we went ahead and put the whole system on boil order.” Stone explains that there wasn’t any damage or contamination of the water system
“We do recommend that if you are wanting to drink the water that you boil it for 5 to 7 minutes, it’s safe to shower in.
This is not due to a break or dirt or anything in the line, it’s just the significant loss of pressure due to helping out the situation that happened in White Hall.”
Stone explained that the boil order should be lifted tomorrow, pending results from testing done by the District’s water operator, Charlie Rives. “
Normally it takes close to a day, by the time Charlie takes samples. He has to go out into our system and take a certain amount of samples. Then he will take them to St. Louis for testing and it usually takes about a day, by the time they test them and we get them back.
”Boil Water Orders
BoilWaterOrders - Missouri Department of Natural Resourcesdnr.mo.gov/env/wpp/boil/index.html The Report of Current Boil Water Orders in Missouri lists current boil water orders issued by the department according to the report issue date. A Map of Current Boil Water Orders in Missouri has also been provided to show the approximate location of the listed boil water orders.
Current Boil Water Orders The confirmed presence of bacteria such as E. coli or high turbidity levels lead to most of the boil orders issued in Missouri.
Conditions have been found at the water systems listed that could pose an immediate threat to the public health. Affected consumers can remedy the problem by boiling their drinking water for three to five minutes, which should kill any microbes present.
A list of all acute MCL violations for a given year can be found in the Water Protection Program, Public Drinking Water Branch Annual Compliance Report.
This list does not include precautionary boil water advisories.
Boil water advisories are issued by the local water supply as a precautionary measure.
If you hear of a boil water order or advisory that affects you, but is not on this list, the department urges you to take all precautions as instructed by your public water system.