The Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality says the boil order for Pittsburg County has been suspended.
According to the release, the agency says a new operator was hired and significant line breaks were repaired, resolving the low water pressure. Also, a bad filter was replaced and the water meets the drinking standards for turbidity.
The order was issued January 6, due to high combined filter effluent turbidity and negative water pressure.
Customers no longer need to boil the drinking water prior to consumption.