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New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services

Drinking Water Advisories
Tuesday, September 23, 2014

Active Advisories

Boil Water Order    See Fact Sheets below
Town:   Barrington
System:  Computer Resources
PWS ID#:  0156020
Contaminant:  E.coli bacteria
Results:  Present in the source (well) sample
Date Advisory Issued:  9/22/2014
Status:  DES issued a boil water order due to the presence of E.coli bacteria in the source water sample. All consumers are being notified by the system and DES is working with the system to resolve the situation.
Last Updated:  9/22/2014

Do NOT Drink the Water    See Fact Sheets below
Town:   Windham
System:  Early Years Kindergarten
Street(s):  71 Indian Rock Road
PWS ID#:  2545060
Contaminant:  Nitrate
Results:  15.1 mg/L
Date Advisory Issued:  6/19/2014
Status:  Routine sample showed levels above the MCL believed to be related to road blasting. DES is working with the system and NHDOT.
Last Updated:  9/17/2014

Lifted Advisories

Boil Water Order- PWS DEACTIVATED    See Fact Sheets below
Town:   Pittsburg
System:  Indian Steam Steakhouse/ Cantina
PWS ID#:  1908230
Contaminant:  E.coli bacteria
Results:  Present in one distribution sample
Date Advisory Issued:  7/14/2014
Status:  System no longer qualifies as a public water system. Restaurant is not open for business.
Last Updated:  9/17/2014
Date Advisory Lifted:  9/17/2014

Further Information

For further information on Boil Orders see Fact Sheets:  Adobe Acrobat Reader Symbol

For further information on Nitrate/Nitrite exceedances see Fact Sheet:  Adobe Acrobat Reader Symbol

For Public Water System contact information see OneStop Public Water Systems Query

General health questions may be directed to your health care professional or the DES Environmental Health Program at (603) 271-4608.

NH Department of Environmental Services | 29 Hazen Drive | PO Box 95 | Concord, NH 03302-0095
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