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Posted on: January 1, 2020

Do Not Flush Wipes

Clogged valve blocked with wipes.

There is a significant risk to the sewer system from the increased practice of flushing rags and wipes, used in the cleaning and disinfecting process, down the toilet. Even though some disinfectant wipes are labeled “flushable”, experi...

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Posted on: January 1, 2020

Our Drinking Water Remains Safe from COVID-19

Glass of Water

Read more from Seattle Public Utilities on link below.

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Posted on: January 1, 2020

Fish Consumption Advisories

Water Nature Fish Salmon River

DOH evaluates data collected by other agencies, like the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Washington State Department of Ecology, and Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife to determine whether contaminants found in fish are harmful to your healt...

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Posted on: January 1, 2020

Water Supply Outlook

Water and Mountains

As always, we continue to ask customers to use water wisely. For information about ways to save water, visit www.savingwater.org.

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Posted on: January 1, 2020

The Source: A Story about Seattle’sTap Water

Water Tower

Seattle’s tap water has a rich history dating back to the 1880’s. There are only 5 major cities in the nation with a  unfiltered water supply  NY, Boston, San Francisco, Portland, Tacoma and Seattle.

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Posted on: April 23, 2020

Call Before You Dig

Call 811

 Under your yard is a complex network of pipes, service lines and wires carrying power, phone, cable, natural gas, water, sewer and other essential services. If you break them, you’ll pay for them, and it could cause a catastrophic even...
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