Laval boil-water advisory lifted

Test results have show no concerns with drinking water from the Chomedey water filtration plant.

City urges residents to remain conscious of water usage in warm weather

The boil water advisory was issued yesterday. (Yvon Theriault/CBC)

A boil-water advisory issued for a portion of Laval has been lifted. 

The city issued the preventative advisory Tuesday, telling 150,000 residents in the western third of the city to bring their tap water to a rolling boil for a minute before consuming. 

The city said it was due to a drop in pressure out of its control at the Chomedey filtration plant.

Test results later showed there was nothing wrong with the drinking water. 

Officials are still urging residents to conserve water whenever possible because of the warm weather.