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2019 Drinking Water Consumer Confidence Report now available for Northern Perry County Water Thornville (#1) and Burr Oak (#2)

The Northern Perry County Water #1 and #2 water systems has prepared the following reports to provide information to you, the consumer on the quality of our drinking water. This report is required as part of the Safe Drinking Water Act Re-authorization of 1996 and is required to be delivered to the consumer by May 28, 2020. Included within this report are general health information, water quality test results, and water system contacts.

 

 

2018 Drinking Water Consumer Confidence Report now available for Northern Perry County Water Thornville (#1) and Burr Oak (#2)

 

 

Northern Perry County Water #1 (Thornville System)

 

Your drinking water is produced in the Village of Thornville Ohio. Northern Perry County #1 water system purchases and distributes the water to its customers. The Village of Thornville maintains two drilled wells for their water supply. The wells are considered ground water. They are located at 112 W. Columbus Street, Thornville, Ohio. The Village of Thornville treats the water minimally by adding a form of chlorine to ensure its safety while it is delivered to your home.

 

For more information regarding the Village of Thornville's water system, you may contact Chief Operator, Matthew Stevens at (740) 246-4863.

 

Click the following link to view/download the full report:

 

Northern Perry County Water #1 (Thornville System) Drinking Water Consumer Confidence Report For 2019

 

Northern Perry County Water #2 (Burr Oak System)

 

Northern Perry County Water System #2 receives its drinking water from the Burr Oak Regional Water District. The Regional Water District is withdrawing groundwater from 5 wells, capable of 4 million gallons per day from a sand and gravel aquifer (water rich zone) within the Hocking River Buried Valley aquifer system located in Athens County, Dover Township.

For more information regarding the Burr Oak Regional Water District, you may contact Kent Nichols, District Manager at (740) 767-2558.

 

Click the following link to download the full report:

 

Northern Perry County Water #2 (Burr Oak System) Drinking Water Consumer Confidence Report For 2019

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