The ruling class does not care about the slave class, and it’s becoming more apparent by the day. After a chemical spill in the Delaware River, the “authorities” told people the water was still safe to drink.
The City of Philadelphia says it is now confident tap water from the Baxter Drinking Water Treatment Plant will remain safe to drink until at least 11:59 p.m. Monday following a chemical spill in the Delaware River, according to a report by CNN.
“There has not been any contamination in the Philadelphia water system,” Mike Carroll, the city’s deputy managing director for transportation, infrastructure, and sustainability, told reporters. “We have enough water to sustain a safe use for drinking, cooking – all purposes – through till at least 11:59 p.m., Monday, March 27,” Carroll said. “The potential for contamination is diminishing over time.”
Trinseo PLC, which owns the facility where the spill occurred, said in a statement on its website Sunday that this chemical spill “appears to be the result of equipment failure.”
These toxic spills have been starting to look more intentional than coincidental.
The chemical spill was reported Friday night.
“As has been reported, on Friday night a chemical spill occurred in Bristol Township, Bucks County which released contaminants into the Delaware River,” Mike Carroll the city’s deputy managing director for transportation, infrastructure, and sustainability said. “The Philadelphia Water Department (PWD) became aware of this through the Delaware Valley Early Warning System (EWS) and has been evaluating the situation since that time to understand potential impacts to the public. Although early indications have not revealed contamination, we are still monitoring the situation and conducting testing.”
The Philadelphia Police Department and Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection had also conducted a flyover across the Delaware River and saw no visual evidence of contamination plumes, Carroll said. “In this case, because we were talking about essentially ingredients that go into latex paint, we would have been able to see a kind of white plume under the river surface,” he said.
At a news conference late Sunday afternoon, city officials said they had not found any contamination in Philadelphia’s water supply and there would be no disruptions to schools or city services on Monday.
This reads as “just drink your fluoride-laced water. You’ll be fine. We said so!” It’s probably the fluoride that helps people be such compliant slaves.
Earlier, the city sent out mobile phone alerts recommending that the area’s residents use bottled water from 2 p.m. and on. “Contaminants have not been found in the system at this time but this is out of caution due to a spill in the Delaware River,” the alerts shared with CNN said.
In an updated statement Sunday afternoon, the city said that new hydraulic modeling and sampling results showed “there is no need to buy water at this time.” The statement further reads:
This updated time is based on the time it will take river water that entered the Baxter intakes early Sunday morning to move through treatment and water mains before reaching customers. The water that is currently available to customers was treated before the spill reached Philadelphia and remains safe to drink and use for bathing, cooking, and washing.
The alert also provided a link to a community website for updates from the masters.