Manchester water treated with strong chlorine disinfectant to kill elevated bacteria
Coliform bacteria are generally not harmful and are naturally present in the environment, but they can be an indication of the presence of more harmful bacteria, such as fecal coliform or E. coli. The Water Works did not find any of these bacteria in subsequent testing.
Residents who have questions or concerns related to water treatment can contact David Miller, deputy director at the Water Works, at 624-6482.
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