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Town of Middleborough Water Department
48 Wareham Street
Middleborough, MA 02346
508-946-2482
water@middleborough.com
Mon - Fri: 7:00 - 3:30                                                  

                                     

                             
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The Middleborough Water Department operates and maintains the Town’s water supply.  Providing for the health and well –being of the public. The primary responsibility is to provide a potable, reliable supply of water for residential and commercial users and to provide adequate fire protection for the Town.

System:

          The water system consists of 130 miles of water main, 800 fire hydrants, 2 water storage            tanks and 11 ground water sources. The public water supply was initiated in 1885 and

           the existing infrastructure varies in age.  

Distribution:

           The water distribution staff,  who are licensed by the state, responds to resident inquires

           of system problems such as:

    

           Additional duties include meter reading, dig safe mark outs, meter repair &

           replacements, leak detection, licensed cross connection survey & testing, hydrant     

           flushing program.  

Treatment:

            The water treatment staff, who are licensed operators by the state, are responsible for                overseeing all the maintenance associated with the well sites. The wells are monitored                 365 days a year.  The staff samples water at the well sites and throughout the town

            to ensure water quality is within acceptable standards determined by the Department

            of Environmental Protection and Environmental Protection Agency.