Uralla Shire Council has notified Bundarra residents of a change in location and time as to where they can pick up free bottled water during the current boil alert.
As the council work to fix the issue of elevated levels of turbidity in the treated water supply, locals should head to Bridge Store to receive quality H2O.
Known formerly as the Bottom Shop in 30 Bendemeer Street, water will be available today (Friday, January 24) and tomorrow from 10am until 4pm.
On Sunday, collection will be available between 10am and 2pm.
Any Bundarra residents unable to travel to a collection point should contact Mr Peter Gregory from the Council on 0429 691 827 to arrange for delivery.
Residents who have concerns for family, friends or neighbours who may be in this situation are asked to contact Mr Gregory or Uralla Shire Council directly.
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Bundarra residents have been boiling water since January 7 when the problems with water treatment first occurred.
Council has since advised locals that any water used for drinking or food preparation should be brought to a rolling boil before use.
Kettles with automatic shut off switches can do this. Water should then be allowed to cool and stored in a clean container with a lid and refrigerated.
Bottled water or cool boiled water should be used for drinking, washing uncooked food (for example salad vegetables and fruit), making ice, cleaning teeth, gargling and pet's drinking water.
Dishes should be washed in hot soapy water or in a dishwasher. Children should take bottled water or cool boiled water to school.