Boil Water Advisory Issued for City of Mulvane Mobile Home Park in Sumner Co.

TOPEKA, Kan. – (RealEstateRama) — The Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE) has issued a boil water advisory for the public water supply for the Mulvane Mobile Home Park located in Sumner County. KDHE officials issued the advisory because of repeated loss of pressure, broken water lines, lack of well repairs and raw sewage on the surface. These issues may result in bacterial contamination.

The advisory took effect on April 14 and will remain in effect until conditions which place the system at risk of contamination are deemed by KDHE officials to be adequately resolved.

Customers should observe the following precautions until further notice:

Boil water for one minute prior to drinking or food preparation, or use bottled water.
Dispose of ice cubes and do not use ice from a household automatic icemaker.
Disinfect dishes and other food contact surfaces by immersion for at least one minute in clean tap water that contains one teaspoon of unscented household bleach per gallon of water.
Water used for bathing does not generally need to be boiled. Supervision of children is necessary while bathing so that water is not ingested. Persons with cuts or severe rashes may wish to consult their physicians.

If your tap water appears dirty, flush the water lines by letting the water run until it clears.

Public water suppliers in Kansas take all measures necessary to notify customers quickly after a system failure. Regardless of whether it’s the supplier or KDHE that announces a boil water advisory, KDHE will issue the rescind order following testing at a certified laboratory.

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At KDHE, our mission is to protect and improve the health and environment of all Kansans.

Through education, direct services and the assessment of data and trends, coupled with policy development and enforcement, KDHE will improve health and quality of life. We prevent illness, injuries and foster a safe and sustainable environment for the people of Kansas.

KDHE Office of Communications
communications (at) kdheks (dot) gov, 785-296-0461

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