Precautionary drinking water advisory lifted in Humboldt, Sask.

Water Security Agency removes precautionary drinking water advisory Wednesday in Humboldt , Sask.

HUMBOLDT, Sask. – The Saskatchewan Water Security Agency (WSA) lifted the precautionary drinking water advisory (PDWA) for Humboldt on Wednesday afternoon. Tests have confirmed that no health risks exist for users in the city.

The PDWA was put in place March 7 following a break at one of SaskWater’s regional water supply system lines east of Cudworth, Sask. Several communities were impacted by the break.

Repairs were made and no positive bacteria were found in samples collected.

The city agrees no potential health risk currently exists for the users of its drinking water distribution system.

Humboldt is approximately 105 kilometres east of Saskatoon.

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