Beaver Falls Municipal Authority alerting residents of system flush

(Beaver Falls, Pa) Beginning June 10th through approximately mid-July, the Beaver Falls Municipal Authority will perform routine maintenance flushing of the entire distribution system as required by PADEP. During this time, they say they will return to the use of chlorine as the primary disinfectant instead of the chloramines currently used. During the flushing period, customers may experience discolored water and/or a noticeable odor of chlorine in the water. The authority asks residents to be aware that these are all normal conditions, and nothing is wrong with the water.

They say should you experience discolored water during this time, please let your cold-water tap run for several minutes until the water clears up. A chlorine odor may be present until they return to chloramine disinfection following the system flushing. The Municipal Authority can be contacted with any questions or concerns.   

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