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Possible Cause For Water Problems in U Health Sciences Buildings?

From the comment section of the Minnesota Daily:

Reply to: Contaminated tap water closes clinics 6 min 56 sec ago Anti-freeze - not a mystery situation

I understand from a contact in F & M that recently hired mechanic (unfamiliar with building systems) did not understand how to do maintenance on water lines in 10 story buildings. They caused antifreeze to be pulled into the drinking water lines. The U has been using general mechanics (laid off from NWA) to do building work they are not qualified to handle. Given this is a serious environmental health issue, it deserves further investigation.

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