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Southeast Morris County MUA water emergency ends

Precautionary Water Emergency No Longer in Effect

MORRIS COUNTY, NJ – The Southeast Morris County Municipal Utilities Authority (SMCMUA) reports that the emergency repairs to the system have been completed. Restricted water use is no longer necessary.

The authority said its appreciation to its customers for their conservation measures while the emergency repairs were performed.

Customers may experience cloudy and or discolored water as normal operations resume. If discolored water is observed, flush the internal cold-water plumbing lines until all faucets run clear starting at the lowest level of your home or business and working your way up.

Flush sinks, tubs, showers, all appliances that utilize water and outdoor hose bibs. Repeat flushing steps as necessary until the water clears.

Anyone with questions can contact Customer Service or visit the authority’s website and select alerts for more information.

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