Brattleboro water quality report available
BRATTLEBORO -- The town’s 2013 Water Quality Report is now available.
According to a press release from Gary King, engineering technician from the Brattleboro Department of Public Works, there were no violations and few contaminants detected in the water supply.
The federally mandated report contains information and test results on the water supplied to Brattleboro residents during the past year. It also includes general information about the water supply and its sources and a little water department news.
Customers receiving a bill will find a web address at the bottom where they can go to read the report online. The address is www.sover.net/~brattdpw/2013_CCR.pdf.
People may also visit www.brattleboro.org, click on departments and then Public Works where there is a link to the report.
Those who would rather have a paper copy may pick up a report at the Treasurer’s office at 230 Main St., when they pay their bills, or at several other places including the Town Clerk’s office, the Brooks Memorial Library, the Chamber of Commerce on Main Street or at the Water Department office at 211 Fairground Road. The DPW will also mail a copy to anyone that calls the office at 802-254-4255.
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