How will the treated water quality impact my home or business?

The new water supply will have a lower iron and manganese content, which means there is less potential for brown/black sediment being created in the system after the transition is complete. The new water source contains less hardness, so customers with water softeners can adjust their softener setting to use less salt for regenerating the softener. The new water also contains lower total dissolved solids, which means less spotting on dishes, faucets, fixtures, and shower doors when the water evaporates.

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1. When will the transition occur?
2. How will the well water be removed from the system?
3. How long will it take for treated water to reach my house?
4. How will water quality be affected during the transition from well water to treated water?
5. What is the quality of the treated river water?
6. Are Chloramines safe?
7. What monitoring will occur to ensure my water is safe to drink?
8. Will the treated water impact my pet fish?
9. How will the treated water quality impact my home or business?
10. Can I continue to use my water softener?
11. Will the transition flushing that flushes the old water from the system be similar to the Fall/Winter 2021 flushing program?
12. Do I need to adjust or replace my water heater?
13. Who do I contact for more information?