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Notice rescinded

Public drinking water notice rescinded for City of Carbondale

TOPEKA – The Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE) has rescinded a Public Drinking Water Notice for the City of Carbondale. The notice was issued because of low levels of Microcystin, a blue-green algae toxin being detected in the drinking water. While the levels and water remained acceptable for drinking, food preparation and household uses, the EPA and KDHE believed it was important to inform consumers.

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