----------------FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE----------------
On Wednesday October 12th at approximately 2:30 pm, local time, Holley Navarre Water System staff discovered a break in the wastewater main that crosses under the culvert at William’s Creek and US Highway 98 in Navarre. The leaking pipe was taken out of service immediately following the discovery and repairs began soon after.
Holley Navarre Water System has notified the Florida Department of Environmental Protection and the Santa Rosa County Health Department of the spill and will be working with Santa Rosa County Health Department. Holley Navarre Water System will comply with all notification and cleanup requirements in order to minimize the impact to the environment and to public health.
We regret this happened and will continue to work tirelessly to maintain and repair existing infrastructure and to prevent future spills that pose a risk to the environment and to our members.
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