The Exponent Telegram
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CLARKSBURG, W. Va. (WV News) — Members of the Clarksburg Water Board voted Tuesday to hire an outside company to survey customers and provide data on customer service lines. Members also voted to purchase new tanks and a new equipment trailer.
The Water Board approved paying $21,156 to 120Water to compile data on water lines owned by customers who are served by the water system. The cost would equate to $2.53 per customer, Water Board General Manager Jason Myers said.
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency revisions to the Lead and Copper Rule require water utilities to create an inventory of utility service lines and customer service lines by October 2024.
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