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(Update March 20, 2012)
The boil/bottled water advisory has been lifted. Students, employees and residents of Prof Row can return to normal consumption and use of campus water.
Thank you for your cooperation and patience during the advisory.
(Update March 18, 2012) The break with our underground piping that supplies the water system on Lakeland's main campus has been repaired and water on the main campus has been turned back on. It can now be used for washing, bathing and bathroom needs.
The boil/bottle water advisory for all people on campus and Prof Row is still in effect. You should boil or use commercially bottled water for all consumption including drinking, food preparation and making ice. If you choose to boil water, it must be heated to a rolling boil for at least five minutes before use. Ice should be made from bottled or boiled water.
You will receive an email when the boil/bottle water advisory has been lifted.
To all Lakeland students, staff and faculty:
Due to a break with our underground piping that supplies the water system on Lakeland's main campus, we have been forced to implement a boil/bottle water advisory. All people on campus ' including Prof Row ' must use boiled or bottled water until the system is repaired and testing confirms its safety.
The advisory is in effect from today, Friday, March 16, 2012, until further notice.
Please follow these guidelines:
You will receive another email when you can resume normal water consumption.
If you have any questions, please contact Rich Haen, director of facilities management and planning, at (920) 565-1213.