SOUTHBURY, Conn. (WTNH) — Precautionary boil water advisories were canceled Friday for several towns in Connecticut, according to a spokesperson for the Connecticut Water Company.

Customers in Terryville, Thomaston, Southbury, Middlebury and Oxford can use water as normal after the company said lab results show the water is free of bacteria.

The advisories were issued Thursday due to water quality tests that indicated the presence of bacteria.

“Additional water quality tests have confirmed that your water meets all state and federal drinking water quality standards and that bacteria is NOT present,” a spokesperson for the Connecticut Water Company said.