BSMWC 2019 Water Quality Report Now Available

Bellflower-Somerset Mutual Water Company shareholders can learn about the quality of their drinking water in the 2019 BSMWC Water Quality Report, available online now.

According to the 2019 BSMWC Consumer Confidence Report, shareholders’ tap water met all U.S. EPA and State drinking water health standards. In fact, the report states that the system has never violated a maximum contaminant level or any other water quality standard.

In addition to providing a snapshot of last year’s water quality data, the report includes information about where BSMWC water comes from, how the water is tested, and how shareholders can participate in water-related decisions.  The report concludes with recommended water conservation tips, including fixing home leaks, adjusting sprinklers, using organic mulch and installing water-efficient showerheads. Shareholders are encouraged to visit www.epa.gov/watersense for more water conservation information.

The Water Quality Report is an annual report required by the Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA). The purpose of the report is to raise customers’ awareness of the quality of their drinking water, where their drinking water comes from, what it takes to deliver water to their homes, and the importance of protecting drinking water sources. 

For additional information and to see previous years’ Water Quality Reports, please visit the BSMWC Water Quality Reports webpage. If you have questions about water quality you can call or (562) 866-9980 or email customerservice@bsmwc.com. Please keep in mind that BSMWC is working on adjusted hours due to coronavirus, and we will get back to you between 8 AM – 12 PM and 1 PM – 4:30 PM, Monday through Thursday and alternating Fridays.

 

About BSMWC

Founded in 1911, the Bellflower-Somerset Mutual Water company services approximately 49,000 persons in the Bellflower area. The company has seven active wells in operation that produce 5,265 gallons of water every minute. Bellflower and Somerset merged in 1988 to form Bellflower-Somerset Mutual Water Company. As a mutual water company, BSMWC is owned by the property owners in its service area who are shareholders in the entity. BSMWC is dedicated to delivering high-quality, healthy and cost-effective water for the community. 

 

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