Prichard reports on Sanitary Sewer Overflow

April 19, 2022

Prichard reports on Sanitary Sewer Overflow

MOBILE, Ala. — Prichard Water Works & Sewer Board has reported on a Sanitary Sewer Overflow (SSO) that occurred April 18 at the intersection of Chin Street and Butts Street. The overflow, which was caused by heavy rains, has now ceased.

The final estimated volume lost was 250,000 gallons. The ultimate destination was Three Mile Creek.

Dr. Kevin P. Michaels, Health Officer for Mobile County, advises area residents to take precautions when coming into contact with any standing water that may have accumulated as a result of this overflow. Those who have come into direct contact with untreated sewage are advised to wash their hands and clothing thoroughly.

Area residents should take precautions when using Three Mile Creek for recreational purposes because of this overflow. All seafood harvested in this general area should be thoroughly cooked before eating. People should wash hands after cleaning seafood and before preparing food.

Last Updated on April 14, 2023 by MCHDadmin

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