The Lancaster County Water and Sewer District has violated the same drinking water standard it did back in September.
According to a public notice from the Lancaster County Water and Sewer District, the area's drinking water had a higher than normal level of trihalomethanes found in the county's drinking water in December and January, said Mike Bailes, the district's water treatment plant operator.
The amount of trihalomethanes allowed is .080 of a microgram per liter. The levels for December and January were .088 and .093 of a microgram per liter.
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