Boil Order No Longer in Place For Baylor Water Supply Corp. Customers

Boil Order No Longer in Place For Baylor Water Supply Corp. Customers

Baylor Water Supply Corp is telling customers the a boil order put in place on Sunday has now be allowed to expire.
Baylor Water Supply Corp is telling customers that a boil order put in place on Sunday has now been allowed to expire.

On Sunday, a line broke, leading the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality to required Baylor Water Supply Corporation, #0120004, to notify customers in Baylor, Archer, and Young counties of the need to boil their water prior to consumption.

Baylor Water Supply Corp says they have taken the necessary corrective actions to "restore adequate pressure, disinfectant levels, and/or bacteriological quality."

They provided their test results to the TCEQ which indicated that the water no longer needs to be boiled.

IF you have questions, contact Tommy Holub at 940-256-8037 or Connie Futch at 940-888-3800.

If you wish to contact the TCEQ, call 512-239-4691.
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