New main will fix Bloomdale H2O woes

Staff Writer
Columbus CEO

The new 12-inch-diameter line will be about 28,000 feet long.

The connection will replace the village's water plant, which has encountered well problems.

Interim plant improvements were made by the water district, and an emergency line was built to reach additional but low-producing water wells.

The district also moved a coin-operated drinking water unit into the community. The unit uses a nine-step treatment process to purify water for consumption.

This was done to protect users from contamination for the short term, until a new, long-term water main can be built.

With this USDA financing, construction of the water main should occur during 2014. The Bowling Green-supplied water should be flowing by the end of 2014, Greiner said.

The Northwestern Water and Sewer District serves about 17,000 customers in Wood, Sandusky and Ottawa counties.

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