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26Jul

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Bristol Water Hydrant Flushing

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23Jul

Flushing

Flushing Notice

 The Bristol Water Department will be flushing hydrants in the following areas:

In an effort to reach more of our customer with important notices, we will be moving from print notifications to electronic media including our Website, Facebook, Twitter and Email notification.

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Friday, July 23, 2021, Monday July 26,2021 & Tuesday July 27,2021

 

 Duncan St, O’Sullivan Dr, Pheasant Run Rd, Kozani St, Beths Ave, Anthony Dr, Vera Rd, Mt View Ave, Elizabeth Rd and the surrounding areas.

 

 We will be flushing these streets and the surrounding areas. Low pressure and discolored water is to be expected during flushing and for short periods afterwards. We recommend you refrain from washing clothes during this period.

 

We apologize for any inconvenience and thank you for your cooperation.

Bristol Water Department

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11Aug

Telephone Scam

This morning a customer brought to our attention that he had been contacted by someone who claimed to be in the Cancellation Department representing the Water Department. The individual said the customer owed for a meter and needed to make a payment immediately or their service would be terminated.

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03Nov

Warning - Suspected Imposters

Bristol - The Bristol Water Department is advising customers to be cautious of two individuals posing as water company employees in an attempt to enter residential homes.

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17Dec

Pharmaceuticals in Drinking Water

Recent television and newspaper articles have raised concerns regarding pharmaceuticals in the wastewater stream and their impact on drinking water quality. Fortunately, Connecticut is only one of two states in the nation that prohibits discharges from wastewater treatment plants within public water supply watersheds.

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