For Immediate Release
KDHE Office of Communications
Topeka—Samples taken by the Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE) have concluded that hazardous conditions for Milford Lake (Clay, Geary and Dickinson Counties), Dillon Park Lake (Hutchinson and Reno County) Harvey County Camp Hawk Lake (Harvey County) and Santa Fe Lake (Augusta and Butler County) and the Public Health Advisory can be lifted.
“Our testing showed that there are no high areas of concern at the moment,” explained Tom Langer, Director for the Bureau of Environmental Health. “That said, if you see any green material floating in the water, you, and especially your pets, should avoid it.”
KDHE will release an updated report of advisories and warnings for other bodies of water in Kansas later today.
For the latest advisories and warnings, visit www.kdheks.gov/algae-illness/algae_advisories.htm.