EAST LANSING, Mich. — Residents of city of East Lansing and Meridian Township have been asked to conserve water.
The notice comes after one of the main transmission water lines at the East Lansing - Meridian Water & Sewer Authority plant was damaged Tuesday.
"Please note that the water is still sage to use/drink, ELMWSA is just asking for it to be conserved at this time," the notice said.
Safe drinking water is being supplied to the area by Lansing Board of Water & Light.
The utility service is hoping to lift the conservation notice within the next 24-48 hours after the broken water main is repaired.
Some of the things they are asking residents to do are:
- Not take baths at this time
- Limit showers (in frequency and duration) to the greatest extent possible
- Wait to do laundry and dishes
- Refrain from all other high uses of water
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