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August 12, 2020
Boil Water Alert Lifted For Scone and Aberdeen

THE boil water alert for Scone and Aberdeen has been lifted and the water supply is now safe to drink and use for food preparation. The Upper Hunter Shire Council made the announcement on recommendation from New South Wales Health, after the daily water turbidity test results showed up as ‘normal’. Next week, Council plans […]

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August 11, 2020
Council Discusses Potential Water Treatment Plant

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August 11, 2020
Reminder to Keep Boiling Water – Scone and Aberdeen

THE Upper Hunter Shire Council have advised the boil water alert is to remain in place for Scone and Aberdeen residents, until further notice. UPDATE: Boil Water Alert Lifted For Scone and Aberdeen. Council are conducting daily tests and are working closely with New South Wales Health to fix the water quality issue. Nick Havyatt, […]

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August 6, 2020
Scone and Aberdeen Boil Water Alert: It’s Not Over Yet!

THE Upper Hunter Shire Council have announced the boil water alert for Scone and Aberdeen will remain in place until at least next Monday, August 10, after water quality test results did not meet New South Wales Health standards. So far, Council have flushed around 5 million litres of dirty water and said the water […]

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August 5, 2020
Boil Water Alert Over For Murrurundi

MURRURUNDI’S water supply has been manually switched and is now being sourced from the Pages River infiltration gallery, ending the boiled water alert. The Upper Hunter Shire Council have announced the water is now being stored, chlorinated and coming out of taps, thanks to the storage tanks along the Murrurundi pipeline, which serve as a […]

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August 3, 2020
Council Flushing Out Scone Reservoir

UPPER Hunter Shire Council staff are currently flushing out the Scone reservoir in Barton Street, in order to address the current water quality issues. Council advised anyone who sees running water down Barton Street over the next 36 hours, to not panic. Related Stories Boil Water Alert Extended to Aberdeen and Murrurundi Sconites: Time to […]

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July 31, 2020
Boil Water Alert Extended to Aberdeen and Murrurundi

UPDATE: The boil water alert is now over for Murrurundi. THE Upper Hunter Shire Council have advised residents in Aberdeen, Murrurundi and Scone to boil water for drinking and food preparation, after heavy rainfall caused poor raw water quality in the Glenbawn Dam catchment. Council said they are working to fix the problem and will […]

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