Thursday, July 04, 2013

Good Water Rating For Johnson City
Johnson City is standing tall after successfully being inspected and receiving a high rating for another consecutive time in recent years from the Tennessee Department of Environment Conservation. The city scored 99% rating on their water system following a recent TCEC visit. Johnson City Director of Water and Sewer Services, Tom Witherspoon says… It's a rigid test. The City of Johnson City operates water systems in four counties in Northeast Tennessee. The system includes 925 miles of water, and treatment lines and operates 2 water treatment plants, 60 pumping stations, 16 storage tanks, close to 3400 fire hydrants and over 1100 system valves. The system has received consecutive approvals for more than 40 years.(CS)

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