Residents of Grand Rapids got some good news today as the first round of water testing showed no signs of dangerous bacteria following a significant water main break over the weekend.

Despite today's good results, the boil water advisory remains in effect as a precautionary measure.

No Dangerous Bacteria Found After 1st Water Test, Boil Advisory Still In Effect

The water main break, which happened in northeast Grand Rapids, led to a loss of pressure that could potentially allow contaminants to enter the system.

As a result, a boil water advisory was issued as a standard safety protocol.

The initial tests, returned clean results, indicating that the water did not contain harmful bacteria such as E. coli or other pathogens.

However, the boil water advisory will remain in place until further testing confirms the water's safety over a consistent period. The Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy (EGLE) requires clear test results for a 48-hour period before lifting the advisories.

They do this to ensure that residents are fully protected from any potential health risks associated with contaminated water.

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In the meantime, residents within the affected area are advised to continue boiling their water before use for cooking, drinking, or cleaning.

Residents impacted by the ongoing, widespread boil water advisory can pick up free water on Wednesday from 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at the Huff Park baseball field parking lot at 2399 Ball Ave NE.

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