NEVILLE TOWNSHIP (KDKA) — The “Do Not Drink” order has been lifted in Neville Township after earlier contamination concerns.
Allegheny County announced Friday the order has been removed for all customers.READ MORE: Clemson Continues Domination Of Pitt In 75-48 Loss For Panthers
According to Allegheny County officials on Tuesday, an industrial water meter recorded a backflow into the water system of approximately 2,000 gallons.
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Neville: The “Do Not Drink” restriction for the water in the township has been removed for all customers.
— Allegheny County (@Allegheny_Co) October 25, 2019
The content of the backflow was not known, creating a threat of contamination. Neville Township officials say it may have originated from a fire suppression system.
A “Do Not Use” order was then put in place.MORE NEWS: Ohio Redistricting Commission Once Again Fails To Pass Legislative Maps
On Wednesday, the “Do Not Use” order was lifted, and a “Do Not Drink” order was put in.