Strasburg releases it’s drinking water results

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Results of a test on a 10 day old sample from the North Fork of the Shenandoah River near Strasburg have shown no toxins from the algae bloom.

No restrictions are placed on the town’s drinking water in Strasburg at this time.

The town is implementing strategies to treat and monitor water quality techniques to prevent contamination by the bloom.

The town and the Virginia Department of  Health will continue to monitor the drinking water as long as necessary.

Some experts suggest the algae bloom could possibly last through Oct..

Water customers with concerns or questions can call (540) 465-9197.

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