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3/28/2024

WT Staff

SDWA Profiles
Whitehouse Village Water System
BWA in Lucas County

Thursday, March 28, 2024

March 25, 2024 Lucas County - A portion of the village of Whitehouse is under a boil advisory after a water main break at Waterville Street and Pelton Drive.

Drinking Water Facility:
Whitehouse Village PWS

Owner: local government
Location: Whitehouse, OH
County: Lucas
Watershed: Lower Maumee River
Active Permit: OH4801612
System Type: community water system, established June 1, 1974
Population Served: 5200 residents, 2023 combined metered connections
Source: surface water purchased from City of Toledo, three groundwater wells listed inactive

From the 2022 Annual Water Quality Report:
"The Village of Whitehouse receives Lake Erie water from the City of Toledo, through an agreement with the City of Toledo and Lucas County. During 2022, 178.705 million gallons (MG) passed through Whitehouse. This was approximately 1% lower than 2021. Our peak use day was July 1st, at 1.121 MG."

Latest Compliance Inspection: Sanitary survey, complete Oct 20, 2021 (State)
No deficiencies noted, no recommendations

The following information gathered from federal EPA pertains to the quarter ending September 30, 2023 (data last refreshed on EPA database Jan 9, 2024)

Non-compliant inspections

(of the previous 12 quarters)

with Significant Violations

(of the previous 12 quarters)

Informal

Enforcement Actions

(last 5 yrs)

Formal

Enforcement Actions

(last 5 years)

7 out of 12

0 out of 12

1

0



Violations History:

No significant violations on record in the prior 12 inspections
Non-compliance
Consumer Confidence Rule - noted July 1, 2022 - unaddressed




*Note that drinking water information provided on this site is aggregated from the federal EPA database, state resources and local government sources where available.
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Drinking Water matters
Ohio EPA publishes current drinking water advisories with the following notation "Public water systems are required to monitor their water regularly for contaminants. Currently, more than 95 percent of community water systems meet all health-based standards. When a system doesn't meet a standard, consumers are notified. Notifications may be in the form of signs or multimedia announcements."
WTOH.us checks in on the OEPA issued list regularly for new DW advisories and for the resolution of long term advisories. These drinking water advisories result from the standard monitioring and measurements in violation of quality parameters. Boil water advisories posted to the map as a result of water main breaks, service disruptions, loss of water pressure come up intermittently with advice provided by the drinking water facility to their impacted customers.

See yellow tags on the map for more information.









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