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New Water Restrictions - Effective June 1, 2016

Notice to Water Customers

April 2016

 In an effort to better prepare for potential drought conditions and to promote ongoing conservation of local water resources, City of Mineral Wells has amended its Water Conservation and Drought Contingency Plan. Beginning June 1, 2016 and going forward, SPWSC will implement a twice a week schedule for unattended landscape watering (irrigation systems, lawn sprinklers). Unattended landscape watering at locations east of Hwy 281 will be allowed on Tuesdays and Saturdays. For locations west of Hwy 281, unattended landscape watering will be permitted on Wednesdays and Sundays. Unattended landscape watering on these specified days will not be permitted...

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Clean Water. Part 2.

Clean Water. Part 2.

Last month, we began our investigation of Clean Water, particularly the history of water treatment. We learned that, as a direct result of water treatment, “By the beginning of World War II, typhoid, cholera, and dysentery were, for all practical purposes, nonexistent in the United States and the rest of the developed world.” It’s not therefore surprising that the CDC calls the last century of water chlorination and treatment “one of the Ten Greatest Public Health Achievements of the 20th Century.” 

As the incredible results of water treatment became more apparent, the U.S. Public Health Service set standards for water purity, standards that have been revised over the years, as new contaminants have been identified. Modern water systems carefully monitor water throughout the treatment process for traces of chemical pollutants and microbes; they have sophisticated computerized devices capable of detecting contaminants in the parts per trillion.

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