Results tagged with 'milwaukee water works'
Published Jan. 31, 2019
Though the worst of it, this time, appears to be past, it's a good time to remember to protect your pipes when there are extended frigid temps. The pipes and water meters in your home can freeze quickly and burst when temps are below freezing for a long time.
Published Oct. 27, 2014
Beginning in late October, the Milwaukee Water Works (MWW) will temporarily turn off its ozone system at the North Side Linnwood Water Treatment Plant so infrastructure improvements can be installed at the plant. As a result, some customers who use tap water originating from the Linnwood Plant may notice a subtle difference in the taste or smell of their water.
Published Oct. 15, 2009
The water wouldn't begin to flow for five-to-eight years, but the beginning of the process is just around the corner. That means the pressure is on Milwaukee, Waukesha's preferred seller; Milwaukee has the highest quality drinking water and its pipes are closest to Waukesha.
Published June 20, 2008
After the recent flooding issues, three people reported that a person dressed like a utility worker asked to enter their home to investigate floodwater.
Published April 10, 2008
To celebrate Green Month, we decided to put our most precious resource to the test. And going against toe to toe with Milwaukee's water? Eau de Waukesha.
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