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WV American Lifts Ban In More Areas; Total Number Of Customers With Restored Service Stands At 71,000

Reported: Jan. 15, 2014 11:21 PM EST
Updated: Jan. 16, 2014 5:32 PM EST
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CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- West Virginia American Water said the do-not-use water order has been lifted for 1,800 customers Thursday afternoon, bringing the total number of customers for which the order has been lifted to 71,000.

The most recent areas to be lifted included the Big Bottom, Bona Vista, Cemetery, Clover Hollow, Elk Two Mile and Valley Grove areas, according to a news release from the company.

Please consult the online map on WCHSTV.com here to determine your status.




CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- West Virginia American Water said the do-not-use water order has been lifted for 12,200 more customers early Thursday morning, bringing the total number of customers for which the order has been lifted to 70,000.

The most recent areas to be lifted included Culloden, Hamlin, Cross Lanes, Poca, Nitro and all Boone County customers, according to a news release from the company.

Please consult the online map to determine your status.




CHARLESTON, W.Va. (Kallie Cart, Jeff Morris) -- The “do not use” water order has been lifted by West Virginia in a number of new areas.

The order has been lifted for the Mount Alpha and Lower Donnally areas of Charleston.

Also, the order has been lifted for several smaller, isolated pressure zones including Brynwood-Elk River, Beacon Ridge, Brook Hill, Credemont, Crestwood, Milliken, Mile Fork Coopers Creek, Jarrell Addition, Jenkins Hollow, Airport, Air National Guard and Eagle View.

In southeastern Kanawha County the order has been lifted for Marmet, Belle, Chesapeake, Cabin Creek, Pratt and Paint Creek.

West Virginia American Water says U.S. Army Corps of Engineers announced that extensive testing produced results showing that levels of MCHM are below one part per million (1 ppm). The order has now been lifted for approximately 56,800 customers.

Check this web-site to see if you are in the approved areas:
http://www.amwater.com/wvaw/about-us/news.html

Or you can call the WVAM hotline: 855-390-4569



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