Boil Order Issued In Scofield After Coliform Detected In Water
SCOFIELD, Utah — A boil order has been issued in Scofield after health officials detected coliform in the city’s water supply, according to the Utah Department of Environmental Quality.
The order was issued Sunday afternoon.
Jared Mendenhall with the DEQ originally said they detected chloroform, but he later confirmed it was coliform.
The DEQ is working to resolve the issue with the Rural Water Association.
Mendenhall said they’re hoping to have it resolved within 72 hours.
The water supply has 90 residential connections and 2 commercial connections, and about 250 people have access to it.
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