Oct 10, 2020 : Aqua Customers in Masury, Ohio: Precautionary Boil Water Advisory is lifted
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Aqua Customers in Masury, Ohio: Precautionary Boil Water Advisory is lifted
Oct 10, 2020
AQUA OHIO-MASURY PWS ID# OH7802711
Aqua Ohio (Aqua) has lifted the Precautionary Boil Water Advisory for your water service connection. Customers no longer need to boil water before drinking it.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Aqua’s Customer Service at 877.987.2782.
Please share this information with all the other people who drink this water, especially those who may not have received this notice directly (for example, people in apartments, nursing homes, schools, and businesses). You can do this by posting this notice in a public place or distributing copies by hand or mail.
Aqua apologizes for the inconvenience and thanks you for your cooperation and understanding.
Date Posted: Saturday, Oct. 10, 2020
PWS ID# OH7802711
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Aqua Ohio Service Territory
Aqua Ohio, an Essential Utilities Company, serves approximately 500,000 residents in 19 counties across the state of Ohio. Customers can pay their Aqua water bill online through WaterSmart e-billing or any number of convenient ways to pay.
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For any questions or concerns relating to customer service, please call 877.987.2782
Aqua Ohio provides services in the following counties: Franklin, Lawrence, Preble, Ashtabula, Lake, Geauga, Summit, Williams, Marion, Richland, Morrow, Portage, Pike, Seneca, Stark, Carroll, Mahoning, Trumbull and Columbiana.
Water Sources: Surface water (Evans, Pine, Hamilton, and McKelvey Lakes, as well as Lake Erie); rivers and streams; and groundwater.
Aqua Ohio Leadership Team
President and Chief Operating Officer
Pete Kusky, P.E.
Director of Operations
Marion & Tiffin Divisions
Keith Nutter, P.E.
Aqua Ohio Business Development
Water and Wastewater
Tony Mancari, P.E., ACMancari@AquaAmerica.com
- Public Utilities Commission of Ohio (PUCO)
- Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (OEPA)
- Ohio Consumers Counsel (OCC)
New Service Specifications and Information
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Aqua Ohio History
Aqua Ohio’s history dates back to 1853 when the Massillon Water Supply Company was formed. The company was incorporated on May 27, 1926, as the Massillon Water Service Company. The name Ohio Water Service Company was adopted on February 6, 1928.
Between 1926 and 1930, Ohio Water Service Company acquired the operating properties of Massillon Water Supply Company, Ohio Water Service Corporation (Circleville and Washington Court House), the Marysville Water Company, the Mahoning Valley Water Company, and the Trumbull and Mahoning Water Company.
The period between the 1930s and the 1970s marked an era of development for Ohio Water Service Company. In 1973, the company merged with Consumers Water Company of Portland, Maine making Ohio Water Service Company a wholly owned subsidiary of Consumers Water Company. Ohio Water Service became known as Consumers Ohio Water Company in 1993. In March 1999, Consumers Water Company merged with Philadelphia Suburban Corporation (PSC) making COWC a subsidiary of one of the largest investor-owned water utilities in the nation. PSC was renamed Aqua America, Inc., in 2004 and COWC became Aqua Ohio, Inc.
On May 1, 2012, Aqua America, Inc. completed the purchase of all of American Water Works Company, Inc.’s regulated operations in Ohio, yielding Aqua America eight additional water systems and three wastewater system in Ohio. The newly purchased operations serve approximately 50,730 water and approximately 6,550 wastewater connections in parts of nine counties primarily in central and northeast Ohio.