Englewood has lifted the boil-water advisory it had issued in response to a positive E. coli test earlier in the week, the city announced just before noon on Aug. 6.
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Before using tap water again, residents and businesses should replace water filters on appliances, according to the city's announcement.
"The city is developing a reimbursement program to rebate some or all costs associated with replacing water filters on devices such as refrigerator water dispensers, sink faucets and coffee makers in homes following the boil water notice," the city said on Twitter.
The city added: "The reimbursement program should be up and running by Aug. 11. For now, please keep all receipts associated with purchases of these water filters."
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