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1. Why was a boil water notice issued for my water?
2. How long will the need to boil water continue?
3. How do I boil my water so that it is safe to drink?
4. Does my in-home water treatment system provide enough protection?
5. What if I have a reverse osmosis treatment unit on my faucet or house?
6. What if I have a water pitcher/dispenser with a filter?
7. What is an acceptable alternate source for safe drinking water?
8. Is it safe to use bottled water?
9. What is the shelf life/expiration date for bottled water?
10. Can I use my water for cooking?
11. What if I am boiling my water as part of the cooking process?
12. How should I wash fruit and vegetables and make ice?
13. Can I use my water for making baby formula or drinks?
14. Is potentially contaminated water safe for washing dishes?
15. Is potentially contaminated water safe for washing clothes?
16. Can I brush my teeth with the water without boiling it?
17. Is potentially contaminated water safe for bathing and shaving?
18. How should I wash my hands during a boil water notice?
19. Should I use hand sanitizing lotion or wipes?
20. Is the water safe to give to my pet?
21. Does a boil water notice affect how I can use my toilets?
22. What if I have already consumed potentially contaminated water?