The City's Public Works Department is completing
the installation of a water softener during the next
few months. The reverse osmosis system will process 1.5 million gallons per day, reducing hardness of tap
water and corrosion of pipelines.
Before the equipment is turned on, electrical work,
inspections and testing will be completed at the water plant. The
projected date for turning on the new water
softener is July 13, 2022.
Instructions for residents to adjust their in-home water softeners will be enclosed with May utility bills and will also be available on the City website. The City's water plant provides safe drinking water for 13,000 residents and local businesses.
City of Harrison Utilities Technician Kenny Fohl looks at an information panel on the new water softener.
The new water softener will use natural paper filters to reduce water hardness.