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  • In February tap water in Chapel Hill-Carrboro was off limits, causing state of emergency

    Ed Kerwin, executive director of OWASA explains that a 12-inch water-main break came a day after a fluoride overfeed forced OWASA to start getting water from Durham. That water is going into storage tanks until OWASA was able to fix the broken pipe and begin sending it out.

Ed Kerwin, executive director of OWASA explains that a 12-inch water-main break came a day after a fluoride overfeed forced OWASA to start getting water from Durham. That water is going into storage tanks until OWASA was able to fix the broken pipe and begin sending it out. Tammy Grubb tgrubb@newsobserver.com
Ed Kerwin, executive director of OWASA explains that a 12-inch water-main break came a day after a fluoride overfeed forced OWASA to start getting water from Durham. That water is going into storage tanks until OWASA was able to fix the broken pipe and begin sending it out. Tammy Grubb tgrubb@newsobserver.com

Eight months after accident, OWASA to resume use of fluoride in water supply

October 05, 2017 2:24 PM