The Gunma Prefectural Government said Sunday that formaldehyde levels in the upper part of the Tone River, a major source of Tokyo drinking water, are within normal limits.
Excessive levels of the hazardous substance cut off water to three prefectures last week by triggering alarms at filtration plants.
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