Aqua Ohio to conclude flushing of Tiffin water system

Program enhances water quality, reliability and fire protection

TIFFIN, OH – Aqua Ohio’s Tiffin Division is to conclude water main flushing in the Tiffin Service Area Monday, Aug. 26, between 7:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.

Flushing is an important part of Aqua’s regular maintenance program. It ensures hydrants and valves are working properly and helps prevent sediment buildup. Aqua Ohio consistently meets or exceeds all drinking water standards and maintaining the distribution system helps preserve that quality and reliability.

No interruptions in water service will occur as a result of the flushing but customers may notice a drop in water pressure or temporary water discoloration. If possible, customers should refrain from doing laundry to avoid possible staining while the flushing is taking place near their home. If tap water is discolored, allow it to run until clear. Running several cold-water faucets at the same time will help the water clear faster.

Week 4 (of 4) Flushing Schedule:

Monday, August 26: Liberty Street, Tilden Street, Railroad Street, East Market Street from East Perry Street to County Road 13, Riverside Drive, Hunter Street, Elm Avenue from Hunter Street to Dwight Street, Clinton Avenue from Circular Street to Dwight Street, Ohio Avenue from Hunter Street to Dwight Street, Riverlea Park, Johnson Street, Heilman Street, Maplewood Drive, Elmwood Street, Dwight Street, Riverside Drive, Seneca Street, Ohio Avenue from Dwight Street to Huss Street, Elm Avenue from Dwight Street to Industrial Avenue, Clinton Avenue from Dwight Street to Industrial Avenue, Charles Street, Bobb Street, Industrial Avenue, Charles Street, Bobb Street, Industrial Avenue and John Street.

This will be the last day of scheduled flushing for the year.

Customers who have questions may call our Customer Service Center toll-free at 877.WTR.AQUA (877.987.2782).

Aqua Ohio is the Buckeye State’s largest investor-owned drinking water and wastewater utility and serves more than 500,000 Ohioans in 19 counties. Visit AquaAmerica.com for more

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