A BOIL water notice for Bridgewater and Inglewood residents will be lifted from 1pm today.
Coliban Water put the notice in place after what they say may have been a disinfection system failure at the Bridgewater Treatment Plant.
Coliban Water General Manager of Service Delivery and Infrastructure Neville Pearce said the boil water notice was a precautionary measure and they would continue to monitor the treatment process.
“The water supply is safe to drink and use in food preparation. Customers no longer need to boil water prior to use," he said.
“We are manually operating the treatment process at the Bridgewater Treatment Plant whilst we continue to investigate the cause of the chlorination failure on Wednesday night.
“Sample results indicate we have good chlorine levels throughout the system and the network has been flushed as part of this process.
“We would like to thank the Bridgewater General Store and the Inglewood CFA for providing a collection point for bottled water whilst the notice was in place."
For more information customers can call Coliban Water on 1300 363 200 or visit www.coliban.com.au