Boil water advisory in effect for North Cowichan South End water system users
Boil water advisory in effect for North Cowichan South End water system users.
The Municipality of North Cowichan has issued a boil water advisory for people who use the South End water system.
“Subject to Island Health, we expect to be able to lift [the advisory] by Saturday evening,” Conway said.
As a precautionary measure, the South End water system is being chlorinated until further notice.
“We normally do ultraviolet treatment.
According to Conway, the municipality may not find the cause of the isolated incident but they are checking around the reservoir site.
The municipality has provided an interactive map where residents and businesses can check if they are part of the South End water system.
North Cowichan residents living in Chemainus and Crofton, and residents who get water from the City of Duncan, are not affected by this advisory.
Residents in the south end of the Cowichan Valley Regional District are also not under the advisory.
South End Boil Water Advisory