The boil water alert issued for Glade and Gowrie on Tuesday the 10th of February has been extended to include Maison Dieu. The cause of this water alert is due to high levels of turbidity and low levels of chlorine. To see the post for Glade and Gowrie, click here. To read the full article, […]
Both Glade and Gowrie of New South Wales have had a boil water alert issued for them following the recent rains. Residents and consumers are advised to boil all water that is to be consumed to avoid sickness. For more info on when to boil your water or the state of the water in these […]
Due to the elevated levels of uranium in the water supply the water of Billimari, NSW has been declared not safe to drink. Boiling or filtering water will not make it safe to drink. Consumers are urged not to drink, freeze, cook, or brush with the water. For more information on the state of the […]
Due to the recent rainfall around Wellington, the Dubbo City Council has issued a boil water alert for the town. The high turbidity has affected the water quality, making it unsafe to drink. For more information on when to boil water or the nature of the water alert, click here.
High turbidity in the water has caused the Dubbo City Council to call for a boil water alert in Geurie. The recent storms have resulted in poor water quality, and households are advised to boil all drinking water. For more information, including special bottled water supplies, click here.
The boil water alert that was issued on the 30th of December, 2019 for Tully has yet to be lifted. The city council has invested in other water storage facilities to hopefully ease the need for boil water alerts. The areas affected include: Tully town, Feluga, East Feluga, Bulgun, Silky Oak, Euramo, Hull Heads, Tully […]
An urgent boil water alert has been issued for Wallabadah following the recent floods through the town. The council urges all residents to bring their drinking water to a rolling boil. See the full article here.
The Gwidydr City Council has issued a boil water alert for Bingara. Due to the recent weather conditions, and the effects it has had on the river, the council has deemed the water unsafe to drink. Be sure to boil any water that you are planning on consuming. View the PDF here.
Due to low chlorine levels in the town, residents of Dingo are advised to boil their water until further notice. Be sure to bring water to a rolling before use. For more information visit the article here.
Elevated levels of turbidity have caused the Uralla Shire Council to issue a boil water alert for Bundarra. Any water that is to be used for drinking or food preparation should be brought to a rolling boil to make it safe. For more info and tips, read the article here.
The Snowy Valley Council has issued a boil water alert for Batlow, Adelong, Tumbarumba, and Talbinga. Recent bushfires have caused problems with water treatment. Residents are urged to boil water until further notice.Unboiled water could lead to illness, especially for children and the elderly. See the full article here.
The boil water alert for Tully and surrounding areas (Feluga, East Feluga, Bulgun, Silky Oak, Euramo, Merryburn, Carmoo, Hull Heads, Tully Heads, Jarra Creek area (Syndicate Road and Mullins Road), has now extended to include South Mission Beach and Wongaling Beach. See the full article here.