Boil water advisory lifted for Indiana American Water customers in Noblesville, Fishers

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UPDATE (Jan. 14, 2020)– The boil advisory for Noblesville and Fishers was lifted Tuesday afternoon, Indiana American Water says.

The company says water sample results confirmed there was no contamination in the distribution center. Customers no longer need to boil their tap water.

Original story:

NOBLESVILLE, Ind. — Indiana American Water has issued a boil water advisory for all Noblesville and Fishers customers after an equipment malfunction at the White River North water treatment facility caused a loss of pressure.

Customers in the impacted areas are advised to boil tap water for about three minutes before using it to drink or cook, but the tap water is fine for washing and bathing, according to IAW.

The company says repairs have been made and the treatment facility is back online. They are in the process of obtaining samples throughout the distribution system to determine if the water meets regulatory drinking water standards.

The advisory will be in effect for roughly 24 hours, and customers will be notified when the advisory has been lifted, IAW says.

Additional information on boil water advisories is available on the company’s website

Customers can call the Indiana American Water Customer Service Center at 1-800-492-8373 or visit the website for the latest updates.

Noblesville Schools says students will use an eLearning day Tuesday due to the advisory and Little Millers Preschool and Miller Explorers will be closed at all sites.

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