RE: Warrington Township Water and Sewer Department Conservation Measures
The Warrington Township Water and Sewer Department (WTWSD) recently received results of samples taken from our public wells in May 2016. These results have been posted to the Township website for public viewing. These results show that the three public wells that have been online since May 19, 2016 (wells 5, 8 and 11) continue to comply with the EPA’s combined Health Advisory Level (HAL) for PFOA/PFOS. Five public wells (wells 1, 2, 3, 6 and 9) that were shut down as a result of these contaminants remain offline.
Currently, Warrington Township is able to maintain a normal supply of water due to our purchase of supplementary water from North Wales Water Authority (NWWA). However, if we were to enter into a dry spell, we may need to implement certain water conservation measures.
Such measures might include:
1. Refraining from watering your lawn or gardens
2. Refraining from washing your cars or motorcycles
3. Refraining from filling your pool with water
4. Refraining from wasteful use of water in general
Although we currently have access to a sufficient water supply, we would kindly ask that all Warrington Township residents be mindful of their water usage.