The water framework at the new William Beaumont Army Medical Center has been fixed and is getting back to typical activity a month after a valve disappointment made the framework be tainted with dregs, authorities declared.,q_90,ofmt_webp/s4/l_p:3102696:f7c392410b5cd2d8/fl_cutter,fl_layer_apply/u_p:3102696:46fcbf6f3c9e2fd8/co_rgb:FFFFFF,e_colorize:100/fl_layer_apply/l_p:3102696:711bca_sh/fl_layer_apply/u_p:3102696:04ac7956e18afc88/fl_layer_apply/c_thumb,w_1280/f_jpg/v1/p/25695403/0be7117f4b6763d6809505bb77a5d015 If you are interested in the product, click the link to buy: The water framework has been considered protected after the most recent water-quality tests kept on appearing “no biohazards or microbes to be worried about in the water. So the (monthlong) water warning was lifted Friday evening,” Amabilia Payen, a Beaumont representative said Monday morning. Some product pictures that you will be interested in: That came after a high-speed flush of the water framework was done May 5 to guarantee all dregs had been eliminated from the framework, she said.