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Water Today Title December 3, 2021

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WaterToday caught up with Catherine Marcinek by phone from her home on the southside of Ootsa Lake, to find out more about the community water system that has been under a Boil Water Notice from BC Northern Health since May 2007.

“What boil water notice? I don’t know anything about a boil water notice!”, the reaction from Marcinek was immediate and certain. “There are seven or eight of us (households) on the system, a committee controls the water and we pay to use it.”

The source water comes from a deep line in the main part of the lake, and without disinfection immediately qualifies the system for a BWN, based on the BC Drinking Water Safety Act. According to Marcinek, the water committee at Ootsa has not advised the area residents to boil their water.


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