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On January 18th, the Town of Danvers announces a one (1) day short term temporary change in the water distribution system, due to the startup and testing of a new Chlorine Booster Station, located at the Folly Hill water storage tank. The Town is required to test in preparation for a final MassDEP inspection of the new Station. The change will take effect on Wednesday January 19th, 2022, between the hours of 6am-12pm (afternoon).
Startup of the Chlorine Booster Station will temporarily change the distribution and pressure of water throughout Danvers and Middleton. The water supply will be maintained by the water storage tank located at the former Danvers State Hospital during the startup. Due to the nature of this type of distribution system testing, Danvers and Middleton customers may experience some temporary inconveniences such as the loss of water pressure and slightly discolored water. The Town of Danvers will make every effort to keep these inconveniences to a minimum but is requesting residents to immediately contact the Town of Danvers Engineering Division at 978-777-2668 for any noticeable changes in water quality.
Additional information regarding the project will be posted on the Town of Danvers website (www.danversma.gov) and the Danvers DPW Facebook and Twitter pages.
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