City still studying byproducts of water treatment

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

WATERTOWN — This week, the city again sent out post cards to notify water customers of two disinfection byproducts that exceed acceptable levels at the water treatment plant.

The city is under a consent order by the federal Environmental Protection Agency to submit a Corrective Action Plan to comply with maximum levels of a pair of disinfection byproducts at the Huntington Street filtration plant.

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