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Paradise Irrigation District continues water testing in Camp Fire burn scar

The Paradise Irrigation District is still working to restore clean water to the ridge.

Posted: Jun 11, 2019 7:30 PM
Updated: Jun 11, 2019 7:30 PM

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property lost their job.## the paradise irrigation district is halfway through its intensive sampling process. pid and san francisico water department crews have been finishing around 50 sites per day. 240 people with standing structures volunteered to participate in the 2 week process. workers are now actively testing and bottling water from the water main and the service lines ... up to the property's meter. we are telling people that we are getting them back to water that meets all standards which we have to be very acccuarate about that so we have to move judiciously through this process. lindquist said they're using two labs in northerns california to test these samples. by july 1st pid said they'll be able to tell these customers who volunteered for the program if the water being delivered to them is potable there are 14- hundred standing structures left in the town... p-i-d is hoping to deliver potable water to all of those in 8 months.##
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