Turbidity report not a health concern; Issue discovered, addressed quickly at water treatment plant
By Stephen Lega
Tuesday, June 22, 2010 at 8:00 pm
Customers of Lebanon Water Works and the Marion County Water District recently received a report stating that in February a water sample had a turbidity level that exceeded the turbidity standards. So what is turbidity?
"Turbidity is not harmful to your health," said John L. Thomas, Lebanon Water Works superintendent. "It's just the cloudiness of the water. I doubt that anybody saw it at their household."
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