Water supply to a hospital in Pennsylvania is being tested for contamination

A water supply to one of Pennsylvania’s largest hospitals has tested positive for a potentially dangerous bacterial infection.

The hospital is using a mixture of disinfectants and the chemical benzopyrene, which is a disinfectant.

That’s what it is designed to be used for.

It was tested for the bacterial infection, which causes severe diarrhea, in a lab at the University of Pittsburgh’s School of Public Health and Environmental Science.

The hospital was not notified of the potential contamination.

The water was tested in the Pittsburgh area and it tested negative for the bacteria, according to a statement from the hospital.

“The test results do not indicate that there is any contamination of the water supply,” the statement said.

“This test was performed by our lab, and we have been able to demonstrate that the disinfectant used does not cause any health risks.”

The water is part of a wastewater system at the Pittsburgh Aquarium, where water flows from the water treatment plant to the aquarium.

The facility is one of two major water treatment plants in Pennsylvania that serves the city of Pittsburgh.

It’s unclear how many patients or patients with serious health conditions have had contact with the water system or if they’ve come into contact with a person who has been exposed.

The Pittsburgh Aquaria has had a recent water supply problem.

The water has not been tested for disinfectant use since March because the hospital was testing for a bacterial infection and had to move the test tubes to the water distribution plant.

It took a long time for the water to be tested, said Katie A. Stolzenberg, the aquarium’s chief executive.

The tests were performed on the last day of the sample and they took an average of 20 to 30 days to complete.

When it comes to the Pittsburgh water supply system, Stolzanberg said she’s not sure why the hospital has not tested the water since.

It was tested several months ago, but they had to wait until the water was pumped back into the system, she said.

The aquarium said it has been using the benzopyrenes since May, but only as a preventive measure.

The facility is working with water treatment facilities to find solutions to prevent and manage the spread of the bacterial disease.

“It is a precautionary measure to prevent the spread and increase disinfectant production in the water systems in the future,” the aquarium statement said, adding that the water in the system has been treated with a mixture that is more resistant to the bacteria.

The statement said the hospital’s water supply has not experienced any water quality problems in the past.

The city of Philadelphia tested its water supply for the infection in July and reported that it tested positive.