PASCOAG, R.I. (WPRI) -- The latest round of water testing in Pascoag has come up negative for all forms of bacteria.
Officials tell us that recent samples showed no signs of any coliform or E. coli bacteria. The Pascoag Utility District has been working with the RI Department of Health to remove any present bacteria from the water supply.
The town's water supply is once again considered suitable for all uses.
If you have any questions about the testing, call the Pascoag Utility District's office at (401) 568-6222.
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