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The chlorine concentration of water leaving the Bowling Green Water Treatment Plant is 1.0 milligram per liter (mg/l) to 1.5 mg/l. This level is maintained to assure required Ohio Environmental Protection Agency chlorine residuals throughout the City's water distribution system.
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If a residence is under a water boil advisory, a staff member from the Water/Sewer Division will visit each affected residence to communicate the advisory. The staff member will leave a door hanger with the person who answered the door, or if no one is home, will leave the door hanger on the front door of the residence.
Residents can check on boil advisories by visiting the Water Boil Advisory page. Residents may also call the Water/Sewer Division during normal business hours, Monday through Friday 7 am to 3:30 pm, at 419-354-6277.
The City reports total hardness in milligrams per liter (mg/l) to the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency. The average hardness in the Bowling Green Water is 150 mg/l or 8.8 grains per gallon.
No, the nearest bulk water station is at the Wood County Landfill owned by the Northwestern Water and Sewer District.
No, the reservoir is secured by fencing and cameras to assure protection of the raw water supply.
The Northwestern Water and Sewer District phone number is 419-354-9090.