For immediate release: August 8, 2012 (12-111)
Contacts: Carolyn Cox, Office of Drinking Water 360-236-3162
Julie Graham, Communications Office 360-236-4022
Chinook Water District 360-777-8770
Pacific County: Boil water advisory ends for Chinook community
Tests show water is safe for drinking
OLYMPIA - Chinook residents no longer have to boil their drinking water after test results show the water meets safe drinking water standards.
The Chinook Water District issued a boil-water advisory Monday after a main break caused much of the southeast Pacific County community to lose water pressure. When pressure is lost, potentially harmful contaminants can get into water lines.
The break occurred on the transmission main from the water treatment plant to the town of Chinook. The break has been repaired and water service was restored. The Chinook Water District serves 365 homes and businesses.
Customers who have questions about their water quality can call the Chinook Water District, 360-777-8770.
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