16504 Water Department

Find 16504 water departments, districts, authorities, boards, and services. Water departments provide information on drinking water, treatment plants, sewage treatment, water conservation, and testing.

Erie Water Department 340 W Bayfront Pkwy Erie PA 16507 3.0 miles from 16504 814-870-8000

Corry Water Department 100 South Center Street Corry PA 16407 24.8 miles from 16504 814-664-4413

Conneaut Water Department 770 West Lake Erie Avenue Conneaut OH 44030 28.8 miles from 16504 440-593-7420

Meadville Water Department 230 Chestnut Street Meadville PA 16335 33.0 miles from 16504 814-332-6899

Fredonia Water Department 9 Church Street Fredonia NY 14063 43.2 miles from 16504 716-679-2303

Dunkirk Water Department 342 Central Avenue Dunkirk NY 14048 44.8 miles from 16504 716-366-9862

Ashtabula County Water Department 39 Wall Street Jefferson OH 44047 44.9 miles from 16504 440-576-4946

Franklin Water Department 550 3rd Street Franklin PA 16323 51.7 miles from 16504 814-437-1300

Greenville Water Department 44 Clinton Street Greenville PA 16125 51.8 miles from 16504 724-588-4340

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How is drinking water regulated?

The Safe Drinking Water Act sets standards for water quality and safety, and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has the authority to enforce the Act. Bottled water is regulated by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.

Is water from private groundwater wells treated the same as public drinking water systems?

Regulations that protect public drinking water systems do not apply to privately owned wells. Owners of private wells are responsible for ensuring the quality and safety of their well water, including selecting a suitable site for wells and testing for contaminants.

What is a "boil water advisory"?

A boil water advisory is a notification from a government or public health agency to consumers that the drinking water supply may be contaminated with a pathogen. To disinfest water during a boil water advisory, water should be boiled at a rapid boil for at least one minute at sea level or three minutes at high altitudes.