(March 29, 2018) The North Texas Municipal Water District (NTMWD) completed its annual 28- day chlorine maintenance on Monday, March 26, 2018. The maintenance, conducted each winter since 2007, is a preventive measure to safeguard public health.
Find the district's full release here.
Tests conducted during the recent chlorine maintenance show chlorine levels within regulatory standards. Results of water samples taken during the 28-day maintenance show the level of chlorine remained below the annual average limit of 4 ppm (parts per million).
“Water provided by NTMWD is safe and meets all state and federal water guidelines,” said Tom Kula, Executive Director of NTMWD.
“The chlorine maintenance process is backed by science and is a proven way to help safeguard public health,” Kula added.
The district has set-up a new website, www.SafeWaterNorthTexas.com with links to industry, district and city resources and videos into one online location to address questions about the water treatment and system maintenance process.
Results of water tests can be found on the site and at www.NTMWD.com.