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The majority of cases of water-borne illness are caused from drinking un-treated raw water … Water-borne illness can occur when someone drinks water that is contaminated with pathogens …
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https://www.nwhu.on.ca/ourservices/EnvironmentalHealth/Pages/Waterborne-Illness.aspx

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are issued to prevent any risk of water-borne illness (sickness due to water and can be issued … ·         Loss of pressure in the water system … ·         A community outbreak of water-borne illness. …
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https://www.nwhu.on.ca/ourservices/EnvironmentalHealth/Pages/Boil-Water-and-Drinking-Water-Advisories.aspx

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​Drinking water haulage vehicles supply water to homes in rural areas that do not have access to a water source. Hauled water is obtained from a municipal water … Water-borne illness
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https://www.nwhu.on.ca/ourservices/EnvironmentalHealth/Pages/Water-Haulage.aspx

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The human body is well equipped to defend itself from harmful bacteria and viruses. We filter things out of our body that we don’t need or that can … Water-borne illness … Food-borne illness
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https://www.nwhu.on.ca/ourservices/PreventingInfectiousDiseases/Pages/Diseases and Infections.aspx

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​The catchment area of the Northwestern Health Unit includes 19 municipalities. There are 17 large municipal residential water systems that serve cities, towns and … Water-borne illness
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https://www.nwhu.on.ca/ourservices/EnvironmentalHealth/Pages/Municipal-Water-Systems.aspx

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Drinking water describes water that is safe to drink. You also need safe water for everyday … Unit helps to reduce and prevent water-borne illness (sickness caused from unsafe water) by: …
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https://www.nwhu.on.ca/ourservices/EnvironmentalHealth/Pages/DrinkingWaterSafety.aspx

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​When a boil water advisory (BWA) is issued it is unsafe to drink or use tap water to … they are at greater risk for water-borne illness if they are immunocompromised and allow them to …
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https://www.nwhu.on.ca/ourservices/EnvironmentalHealth/Pages/Guidelines-for-Dental-Offices-During-a-Boil-Water-Advisory.aspx

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Your drinking water can come from many different sources: drilled wells, dug wells, lakes, or rivers. Any water from a lake, river, stream, spring, or dug well could … Water-borne illness
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https://www.nwhu.on.ca/ourservices/EnvironmentalHealth/Pages/How-to-Test-Your-Water.aspx

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Blue green algae is microscopic plant life that are a natural part of fresh water bodies. During favourable conditions, blue green algae populations can grow to form … Water-borne illness
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https://www.nwhu.on.ca/ourservices/EnvironmentalHealth/Pages/Blue-Green-Algae.aspx

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​Any type of surface water is not safe to drink unless it is properly treated and disinfected. The type of equipment you will need depends on the type and quality of … Water-borne illness​ …
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https://www.nwhu.on.ca/ourservices/EnvironmentalHealth/Pages/Water-Treatment-Devices.aspx