Aquarion Water Company will start a water main cleaning program in Greenwich on Monday, April 13. The cleaning will run through Friday, June 19. The goal is to ensure that customers continue to receive the highest quality water.
The water main cleaning will take place between 8:30am and 3:30pm.
Below is general information concerning Aquarion crew locations each week. Detailed street information will be available at 1-800-203-7000 and www.aquarionwater.com.
Week of Area to be Cleaned
April 13 Cos Cob, Riverside, west of Lake Avenue
April 20 Cos Cob, Riverside, west of Lake Avenue
April 27 Riverside, Old Greenwich, southwest Greenwich
May 4 Riverside, Old Greenwich, southwest Greenwich
May 11 Riverside, Cos Cob, southwest Greenwich
May 25 East Greenwich, central Greenwich
June 1 West of Lake Avenue, southwest Greenwich
June 8 West of Lake Avenue, southwest Greenwich
June 15 High traffic areas (Evenings, 9:00 p.m. to 5:00 a.m.)
During the cleaning, customers may notice some discoloration in their water and drops in water pressure. The discoloration results from the temporary disturbance of the water flow, which stirs up naturally occurring minerals that settle in water mains. Aquarion recommends customers store water in their refrigerators for drinking and cooking. Customers should also refrain from washing laundry if water is discolored. Prior to resuming use, customers should run their cold water faucets until the water appears clear.
For questions, please call Aquarion’s Customer Service Department at 1-800-732-9678.
Aquarion Water Company is the public water supply company for more than 625,000 people in 51 cities and towns throughout Connecticut, as well as serving customers in Massachusetts and New Hampshire. It is the largest investor-owned water utility in New England and among the seven largest in the U.S. Based in Bridgeport, Conn., it has been in the public water supply business since 1857. Across its operations, Aquarion strives to act as a responsible steward of the environment and to assist the communities it serves in promoting sustainable practices.