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  • Value of Water Campaign - Beaufort Jasper Water and Sewer Authority
    Content Pay Your Bill Online Contact Us Beaufort Jasper Water Sewer Authority Home Customers Start Services Your Account Pay Your Bill Understanding Your Bill Rates Meters Residential Availability Report a Problem Contact Us Military Bases Developers Doing Business with Us Water and Sewer Availability Fees Development Policy Procedure Manual Technical Specifications Vendors Doing Business with Us Registration Suppliers Selection Policies Current Bid Opportunities Deliveries Water Quality Treatment Storage Delivery Supply Wise Water Use Known Water Outages Wastewater Collection Treatment Recycling About Us What We Do Who We Are Board of Directors News Releases Critical Customer Program Awards Videos Value of Water Campaign Employment Job Opportunities Career Paths Benefits Frequently Asked Questions Intern Program More Info FAQs Help People in Need Reports and Publications Freedom of Information Act Contact Us Directions Site Map Beaufort 843 987 9200 About Us What We Do Who We Are Board of Directors Board Members Board Meeting Schedule Board Meeting Agenda Minutes News Releases Critical Customer Program Awards Videos Value of Water Campaign Value of Water Campaign Water Awareness Journal Track your usage by downloading a copy of our Water Awareness Journal Once you re done send it to Lou Brown at Loub bjwsa org Imagine a Day Without Water is a series of events policy resolutions social media campaigns and more that seeks to educate and engage the public and stakeholders about how water is essential invaluable and worthy of investment BJWSA participated in the inaugural event October 6 to 8 2015 Imagine a Day Without Water is an opportunity for everyone who cares about safe reliable water to stand up for our most essential resource The infrastructure that moves and treats water is often invisible and forgotten Imagine A Day Without Water draws attention to how impossible life would be without water We want

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  • What’s in My Water? - Beaufort Jasper Water and Sewer Authority
    Understanding Your Bill Rates Meters Residential Availability Report a Problem Contact Us Military Bases Developers Doing Business with Us Water and Sewer Availability Fees Development Policy Procedure Manual Technical Specifications Vendors Doing Business with Us Registration Suppliers Selection Policies Current Bid Opportunities Deliveries Water Quality Treatment Storage Delivery Supply Wise Water Use Known Water Outages Wastewater Collection Treatment Recycling About Us What We Do Who We Are Board of Directors News Releases Critical Customer Program Awards Videos Value of Water Campaign Employment Job Opportunities Career Paths Benefits Frequently Asked Questions Intern Program More Info FAQs Help People in Need Reports and Publications Freedom of Information Act Contact Us Directions Site Map Beaufort 843 987 9200 Water Quality What s in my water Taste Odor Important Links Treatment Storage Delivery Supply Wise Water Use Wise Water Use Management Plan Known Water Outages What s in My Water Important Our water treatment process uses chloramines for disinfection Chloramines like chlorine must be removed from water that goes into fish tanks Pet stores can provide a dechloraminating chemical or granular activated carbon filter to remove chloramines effectively from fish tanks The Savannah River our primary water source contains a variety of naturally occurring minerals and organic substances The EPA and SCDHEC maintain water quality standards to ensure a healthy water supply BJWSA not only meets these regulations but also routinely reaches higher standards set by the American Water Works Association During treatment we use chloramines approved by EPA and DHEC to ensure the water is free from substances and organisms that may be harmful to your health Chloramines provide better protection than chlorine because it lasts longer in our system Some people may be more vulnerable to contaminants in drinking water than the general population Immuno compromised individuals such as persons with cancer

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  • The Taste and Smell of Your Drinking Water - Beaufort Jasper Water and Sewer Authority
    Storage Delivery Supply Wise Water Use Known Water Outages Wastewater Collection Treatment Recycling About Us What We Do Who We Are Board of Directors News Releases Critical Customer Program Awards Videos Value of Water Campaign Employment Job Opportunities Career Paths Benefits Frequently Asked Questions Intern Program More Info FAQs Help People in Need Reports and Publications Freedom of Information Act Contact Us Directions Site Map Beaufort 843 987 9200 Water Quality What s in my water Taste Odor Important Links Treatment Storage Delivery Supply Wise Water Use Wise Water Use Management Plan Known Water Outages The Taste and Smell of Your Drinking Water Fast Fact In some areas the taste of chlorine can be more noticeable This is most often due to how close you live to the water treatment plants The closer you are the more likely you are able to detect chlorine We do all we can to make sure your water is not only safe but tastes good too We even have a panel of taste testers Occasionally chlorine and algae blooms can affect the taste and odor of drinking water However your water is safe to drink there are no associated health risks when this happens Chlorine Occasionally some of our customers can detect a taste similar to chlorine or disinfectant To ensure that we meet federal water quality standards under the National Safe Drinking Water Act we use chloramine to disinfect the water supply The U S Environmental Protection Agency EPA requires every water system that treats drinking water to maintain certain residual levels of chlorine throughout their water distribution system at all times To meet this EPA requirement we periodically create a temporary stronger presence of chlorine in the water by using free chlorine instead of chloramines Although this procedure may briefly alter taste

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  • Important Links - Beaufort Jasper Water and Sewer Authority
    Pay Your Bill Online Contact Us Beaufort Jasper Water Sewer Authority Home Customers Start Services Your Account Pay Your Bill Understanding Your Bill Rates Meters Residential Availability Report a Problem Contact Us Military Bases Developers Doing Business with Us Water and Sewer Availability Fees Development Policy Procedure Manual Technical Specifications Vendors Doing Business with Us Registration Suppliers Selection Policies Current Bid Opportunities Deliveries Water Quality Treatment Storage Delivery Supply Wise Water Use Known Water Outages Wastewater Collection Treatment Recycling About Us What We Do Who We Are Board of Directors News Releases Critical Customer Program Awards Videos Value of Water Campaign Employment Job Opportunities Career Paths Benefits Frequently Asked Questions Intern Program More Info FAQs Help People in Need Reports and Publications Freedom of Information Act Contact Us Directions Site Map Beaufort 843 987 9200 Water Quality What s in my water Taste Odor Important Links Treatment Storage Delivery Supply Wise Water Use Wise Water Use Management Plan Known Water Outages Important Links Fast Fact As part of our commitment to wise water use BJWSA is a member of WaterSense a partnership program sponsored by EPA that seeks to protect the future of our nation s water supply through water efficiency Educational Information www h2ouse org Highly informative website on household water use efficiency and conservation www wateruseitwisely com Water saving tips and resources www epa gov watersense An EPA partnership program promoting the use of quality water efficient products Regulatory Agencies www epa gov ow U S Environmental Protection Agency Office of Water www epa gov safewater U S Environmental Protection Agency Office of Ground Water Drinking Water www epa gov region4 U S Environmental Protection Agency Region 4 Southeast sc water usgs gov U S Geological Survey Water Resources of South Carolina www scdhec gov South Carolina Department

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  • Our Water Management Plan - Beaufort Jasper Water and Sewer Authority
    Procedure Manual Technical Specifications Vendors Doing Business with Us Registration Suppliers Selection Policies Current Bid Opportunities Deliveries Water Quality Treatment Storage Delivery Supply Wise Water Use Known Water Outages Wastewater Collection Treatment Recycling About Us What We Do Who We Are Board of Directors News Releases Critical Customer Program Awards Videos Value of Water Campaign Employment Job Opportunities Career Paths Benefits Frequently Asked Questions Intern Program More Info FAQs Help People in Need Reports and Publications Freedom of Information Act Contact Us Directions Site Map Beaufort 843 987 9200 Water Quality What s in my water Taste Odor Important Links Treatment Storage Delivery Supply Wise Water Use Wise Water Use Management Plan Known Water Outages Our Water Management Plan Fast Fact Through the natural water cycle the earth has recycled and reused water for millions of years BJWSA treats wastewater in a process called water reclamation This reclaimed water is not drinking water but can be safely reused for irrigation With unprecedented weather extremes throughout the Southeastern United States projected population growth and ever increasing water demands a proactive and flexible approach to managing our water supply is more critical than ever BJWSA has developed a comprehensive water supply program called the Integrated Water Resource Management Plan The purpose of this plan is to ensure that our communities have the water they need over the next 50 years We are focusing on three major strategies become water efficient reclaim and reuse water as much as possible and develop new water sources Become more efficient We are promoting efficient water use through many activities Increasing water efficiency saves water which will reduce demands on our water sources the Savannah River and the Floridan Aquifer Reduced demands will delay the need for the costly expansion of water treatment facilities and development of

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  • 2016 Board Meeting Schedule - Beaufort Jasper Water and Sewer Authority
    Frequently Asked Questions Help People in Need Reports and Publications Freedom of Information Act Contact Us Directions Site Map Skip to Content Pay Your Bill Online Contact Us Beaufort Jasper Water Sewer Authority Home Customers Start Services Your Account Pay Your Bill Understanding Your Bill Rates Meters Residential Availability Report a Problem Contact Us Military Bases Developers Doing Business with Us Water and Sewer Availability Fees Development Policy Procedure Manual Technical Specifications Vendors Doing Business with Us Registration Suppliers Selection Policies Current Bid Opportunities Deliveries Water Quality Treatment Storage Delivery Supply Wise Water Use Known Water Outages Wastewater Collection Treatment Recycling About Us What We Do Who We Are Board of Directors News Releases Critical Customer Program Awards Videos Value of Water Campaign Employment Job Opportunities Career Paths Benefits Frequently Asked Questions Intern Program More Info FAQs Help People in Need Reports and Publications Freedom of Information Act Contact Us Directions Site Map Beaufort 843 987 9200 About Us What We Do Who We Are Board of Directors Board Members Board Meeting Schedule Board Meeting Agenda Minutes News Releases Critical Customer Program Awards Videos Value of Water Campaign 2016 Board Meeting Schedule Need More Information CONTACT Libby Breland Clerk to

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  • Board Meeting Archive - Beaufort Jasper Water and Sewer Authority
    Home Customers Start Services Your Account Pay Your Bill Understanding Your Bill Rates Meters Residential Availability Report a Problem Contact Us Military Bases Developers Doing Business with Us Water and Sewer Availability Fees Development Policy Procedure Manual Technical Specifications Vendors Doing Business with Us Registration Suppliers Selection Policies Current Bid Opportunities Deliveries Water Quality Treatment Storage Delivery Supply Wise Water Use Known Water Outages Wastewater Collection Treatment Recycling About Us What We Do Who We Are Board of Directors News Releases Critical Customer Program Awards Videos Value of Water Campaign Employment Job Opportunities Career Paths Benefits Frequently Asked Questions Intern Program More Info FAQs Help People in Need Reports and Publications Freedom of Information Act Contact Us Directions Site Map Beaufort 843 987 9200 About Us What We Do Who We Are Board of Directors Board Members Board Meeting Schedule Board Meeting Agenda Minutes News Releases Critical Customer Program Awards Videos Value of Water Campaign Board Meeting Agenda Minutes April Agenda Minutes March Agenda Minutes Public Notice Agenda February 2016 Agenda Minutes January 2016 Agenda Minutes Agenda Revised October 2015 Agenda Minutes December 2015 Agenda Minutes November 2015 Agenda Minutes SRS Tour August 2015 No Meeting September 2015 Agenda Minutes July 2015 Agenda Minutes June 2015 Agenda Minutes May 2015 Agenda Minutes Board Retreat Agenda May 21 2015 Agenda April 2015 Agenda Minutes Workshop Agenda April 23 March 2015 Agenda Minutes February 2015 Agenda Minutes January 2015 Agenda Minutes December 2014 Agenda Minutes November 2014 Agenda Minutes October 2014 Agenda Minutes September 2014 Agenda Minutes August 2014 No Meeting July 2014 Agenda Minutes June 2014 Agenda Minutes Workshop Agenda June 26 May 2014 Agenda Minutes Retreat May 27 Agenda April 2014 Agenda Minutes March 2014 Agenda Minutes February 2014 Agenda Minutes January 2014 Board Tour Agenda January 2014 Agenda Minutes

    Original URL path: http://www.bjwsa.org/meeting/ (2016-05-01)
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  • Water Quality Report - Beaufort Jasper Water and Sewer Authority
    Freedom of Information Act Contact Us Directions Site Map Skip to Content Pay Your Bill Online Contact Us Beaufort Jasper Water Sewer Authority Home Customers Start Services Your Account Pay Your Bill Understanding Your Bill Rates Meters Residential Availability Report a Problem Contact Us Military Bases Developers Doing Business with Us Water and Sewer Availability Fees Development Policy Procedure Manual Technical Specifications Vendors Doing Business with Us Registration Suppliers Selection Policies Current Bid Opportunities Deliveries Water Quality Treatment Storage Delivery Supply Wise Water Use Known Water Outages Wastewater Collection Treatment Recycling About Us What We Do Who We Are Board of Directors News Releases Critical Customer Program Awards Videos Value of Water Campaign Employment Job Opportunities Career Paths Benefits Frequently Asked Questions Intern Program More Info FAQs Help People in Need Reports and Publications Freedom of Information Act Contact Us Directions Site Map Beaufort 843 987 9200 More Information FAQs Help People in Need Directions Reports and Publications Water Quality Report Newsletters Financial Report Budget Report PDF Fact Sheets Freedom of Information Act Contact Us Site Map Water Quality Report Every year BJWSA prepares and delivers Consumer Confidence Reports CCR to our customers as mandated by 40CFR part 141 Subpart O of the Safe Drinking Water Act The purpose of the CCR which we call a Water Quality Report is to give you important information on your drinking water and how it meets drinking water standards We are required to supply reports for our surface water system and both of our groundwater systems Levy Limehouse Bellinger Hill and Palm Key Download copies of our Water Quality Reports by clicking on the links below If you would like printed copies of any BJWSA publications contact our Communications Manager Pamela Flasch at 843 987 9213 or email BJWSA 2014 Water Quality Report

    Original URL path: http://www.bjwsa.org/water-quality-report/ (2016-05-01)
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