Boil advisory lifted: new recommendations for Camden drinking water

    The boil water advisory for Camden, New Jersey has been lifted. Water pressure has returned to appropriate levels and test samples have proven that the water is again safe for drinking.

    According to ABC 6, officials from United Water, the company that services the area, recommend that residents run water faucets for three to five minutes to flush plumbing, empty and clean automatic ice makers and drain hot water heaters.

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