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  • May 1st, 2017 - SIGN UP FOR ONCOR ALERTS
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  • April 2nd, 2017 - ECWD FREE-CHLORINE CONVERSION WILL END MAY 1
    System will revert back to normal injections on Monday

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    Effective Monday, May 1, 2017, the ECWSD system, which includes the City of Eastland, will revert back to our normal Chloramine disinfection process. Any customers or facilities using sensitive water filtering systems, such as Hospital Labs, Dialysis Centers and Nursing Home facilities are advised to check your systems and make adjustments if necessary.

    The Eastland County Water Supply District (ECWSD), under the direction of the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, has conducted the Free-Chlorine Conversion of the Eastland-Ranger Water System since March 1, 2017. The Conversion consisted of changing our water disinfection from Chloramine to Free-Chlorine. This was a routine maintenance procedure in which our Public Works staff flushed water lines throughout the city during the burn-out period. The Free-Chlorine Conversion procedure has been completed and we will return to normal Chloramine disinfection beginning Monday, May 1, 2017.

    For further information on this or other City matters, please contact Eastland City Hall at 113 E. Commerce or 254-629-8321.
  • February 5th, 2017 - EASTLAND COUNTY WATER SUPPLY DISTRICT WILL CONDUCT A FREE-CHLORINE CONVERSION FOR THE EASTLAND RANGER WATER SYSTEM
    Beginning March 1, 2017

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    The Eastland County Water Supply District (ECWSD) will conduct a Free-Chlorine Conversion of the Eastland-Ranger Water System for the next 30 days, beginning on Wednesday, March 1, 2017. The Conversion will consist of changing our water disinfection from Chloramine to Free-Chlorine. Our Public Works staff will also be flushing water lines throughout the city during the burn-out period. Customers may notice a slight change in smell to a more chlorine smell, such as the odor you may notice around a swimming pool. This is a routine maintenance procedure and will have no harmful effects.

    We will start this process on March 1, 2017. Any customers or facilities using sensitive water filtering systems, such as Hospital Labs, Dialysis Centers and Nursing Home facilities are advised to check your systems and make adjustments if necessary.

    We will announce return to our normal treatment process in another Press Release once the Free-Chlorine Conversion procedure has been completed.

    For further information on this or other City matters, please contact Eastland City Hall at 113 E. Commerce or 254-629-8321.
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