Update on August 24th – Town of Kingsville Low Water Pressure Event

Union Water Supply System experienced a low pressure event during the storm of August 24th, 2023. This event effected the Town of Kingsville pressure zone, this resulted in a boil water advisory. This issue has been resolved. To read the

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Precautionary Boil Water Advisory RESCINDED

The precautionary boil water advisory issued for the Town of Kingsville on August 24th, 2023 has been rescinded. The WECHU advises that the samples taken meet the drinking water quality standards. Please see the WECHU page and Town of Kingsville

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Precautionary Boil Water Advisory

A precautionary boil water advisory has been issued by the Windsor Essex County Health Unit for the downtown area of the Town of Kingsville. Please see attached map. Only those residents within the red border are under this boil water

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UWSS commences Municipal Class EAS for Peaking Capacity

Union Water Supply System (UWSS) is initiating a study to provide additional peaking capacity for the water system, due to recently identified limitations constraining growth and development. This study will evaluate alternative solutions to provide UWSS with additional water system

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Reminder of yearly lawn watering restrictions

Residents supplied by Union Water Supply System are reminded of the lawn watering restrictions that run from May 1st each year through to September 30th throughout our system. Watering of your lawns can occur on even days for even numbered

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UWSS Monitors Ohio Train Derailment

The Union Water Supply System (UWSS) has been monitoring the chemical spill that occurred in East Palestine, Ohio in early February 2023. The UWSS is continuing to assess the situation and should a need occur the UWSS would implement its

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UWSS Participates in Study – PFAS

The University of Waterloo is leading a team to identify and treat per – and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS), also known as forever chemicals. Through partnership with the National Science and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) the team from University

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Water use during hot, humid weather at UWSS

With the hot, humid weather arriving in our area and expected to last over the next few days and potentially into next week, the UWSS would like to remind all users to reduce their daytime/afternoon water use.  Moving your water

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