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The District's water is supplied from gravel packed wells.
Due to Raynham being the First iron works, the water quality tends to be high in iron. Iron staining will give a brown color and Manganese will produce a black colored stain. Manganese is also present in the water, but in a lower concentration. Neither is considered harmful if consumed, although it does affect taste and appearance of the water delivered.
The Ph of the water (a measure of its ability to be corrosive to pipes) is very low. Certain chemicals are added to adjust the Ph to a more neutral level. Chlorine is added for disinfection of the water to prevent any potential bacteria growth.
Sampling of the districts water supply is highly regulated by the Department of Environmental Protection, and in some cases the District does sampling above and beyond the required sampling schedule.
|Water Quality - CCR Reports|
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