News Drinking Water Advisory lifted in Foleyet SHARE ON: Taylor Ablett, staff Friday, Aug. 14th, 2015 The drinking water advisory in Foleyet has been lifted. The Sudbury Health Unit put the advisory in earlier this week, when there was a drop in the water pressure system. When that happens, the water has to be tested for bacteria. The tests came back all clear, but you still might notice a chlorine smell or discoloured water. The Health Unit gives these tips for what to do after an advisory: Run cold water faucets for five minutes or until the water runs clear. Run drinking fountains for five minutes before using the water or until the water runs clear. Run water softeners through a regeneration cycle. Drain and refill hot water heaters. Large-volume users (for example, schools) may need to run cold water taps for a longer period of time on first use. To get rid of sediment, screens should be removed, rinsed and put back in place.