We have reviewed a lot of the information and believe the best information for businesses to follow is the information and guidance issued by the Center for Disease and Control and Prevention (“CDC”) and your state’s department of health. The CDC website has guidance on the following:
- What you should know
- Situation updates
- Information for travel, healthcare professionals, health departments, laboratories and business
- Print resources (which are handouts & posters that can be helpful in the workplace and/or if you have public entering your establishments)
- Resources for travelers
We recommend that you designate an individual in your organization responsible for monitoring the websites of the CDC and your state’s department of health to stay up-to-date on the information.
Grove Street between Holly Avenue and Club Drive
Holly Avenue between Woodland Avenue and Cranberry Avenue
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While the samples taken of the finished water leaving the plant did not show any contamination, we are still required to notify you about this issue, because it is your right to know. Attached is the official customer notice, which is being mailed today to customers impacted by this issue. The notice is also posted on our website at www.newjerseyamwater.com, under the Alerts section. We ask that you also post this notice in any public areas (i.e., municipal hall, library) so that the public may see it.
We take responsibility for this error, and we have instituted additional engineering and process controls to prevent this from occurring again.
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