Water supplies in the Solomon Islands capital, Honiara, have been restored.
The supply was shut down yesterday after a logging operation polluted the city's water source.
The Solomon Islands Water Authority said readings at its Kongulai source, which sits above the city, showed extremely high turbidity readings yesterday morning.
The authority said the dirt was coming from sediment running off from a logging operation further up the river.
Investigations into whether the operation was following environmental laws are underway.
While the water supply has been restored, residents are still being asked to boil water.