Chelsea, Quebec Requests Water Reduction from Residents Due to Water Plant Issue

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by The Local
April 20, 2023
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Hey there, Chelsea residents! As our own town of Chelsea, Quebec continues to thrive, an unexpected hiccup has arisen with the municipality's drinking water plant. A mechanical failure has prompted the Public Works Department to kindly ask for residents' assistance in conserving water until the issue is resolved.
UPDATE: The drinking water reduction measure is now lifted. Residents can now use the water normally.

In a friendly reminder to all Chelsea residents, the municipality is requesting that non-essential activities that require a large amount of water, such as laundry and dishwasher use, be postponed for the time being. However, rest assured that the water is still safe to drink, and efforts are underway to restore the normal water supply as soon as possible.

The municipality acknowledges that this may cause some inconvenience, but the cooperation of all residents is greatly appreciated during this time. Updates will be communicated through various channels, including email and other platforms, to keep residents informed of the progress.

Conserving water is crucial for the sustainability of the community's water supply, and the municipality relies on the support of its residents to achieve this goal. By using water efficiently, fixing leaks promptly, and adopting water-saving habits in daily routines, everyone can contribute to mitigating the situation.

The municipality is committed to resolving the issue at the drinking water plant and ensuring a constant supply of drinking water for all residents. Your understanding and cooperation during this temporary setback are sincerely appreciated.

The municipality of Chelsea, Quebec kindly requests residents to reduce their water usage for non-essential activities due to a mechanical failure at the drinking water plant. Updates will be provided, and the municipality thanks all residents for their understanding and cooperation in conserving water during this time. Together, we can overcome this challenge and continue to thrive as a community.

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