Water plant issues again noted

Watertown is continuing with a project to address disinfection byproduct levels at the city’s water filtration plant, 1707 Huntington St. Watertown Daily Times

WATERTOWN — This week, water customers again received postcards from the city notifying them of two disinfection byproducts that exceed acceptable levels at the Huntington Street water treatment plant.

The city is under a consent order from the federal Environmental Protection Agency to submit a Corrective Action Plan to comply with maximum levels of disinfection byproducts.

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rdsouth

This is what happens when you have the government doing things. Water should be supplied by unregulated private enterprise, if at all.

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