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    SCWA to Bring Water Main Improvements to Huntington and Centerport

    Oct 10, 2023

    The Suffolk County Water Authority completed two water main improvement projects in the Town of Huntington. Undersized water main on Queens Street and Hilltop Avenue was replaced with larger ductile water main. Further east in Centerport, more than 1,000 feet of undersized cast iron water main with low flow on Lakeside Drive was replaced with larger ductile iron water main. Both areas will see improvements to distribution of water, water pressure and improved fire protection.

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    Suffolk County Water Authority Survey Shows Strong Customer Approval

    Sep 28, 2023

    The results from a new survey show that customers of the Suffolk County Watery Authority overwhelmingly approve of the service provided by the utility. The survey was conducted by the independent market and opinion research firm Probolsky Research. Customers were asked to provide feedback on subjects such as customer service, water quality and other views on their drinking water. Approximately 73 percent of respondents indicated that they overall approve of their water service, a strong result

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    Suffolk County Water Authority Breaks Ground on Historic Project to Extend Public Water in Manorville

    Sep 22, 2023

    The Suffolk County Water Authority announced today that it has broken ground on a project to extend more than 20,000 feet of water main to homes in Manorville impacted by PFAS contamination. The announcement comes after a year’s long effort by residents to get high quality public drinking water to the area. In 2017, the Suffolk County Department of Health Services (SCDHS) began assessing private wells, which are used to supply the homes with drinking water and discovered the presence

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    Suffolk County Water Authority and Irrigation Association of New York Hold Smart Irrigation Seminar

    Sep 18, 2023

    The Suffolk County Water Authority (SCWA) and the Irrigation Association of New York (IANY) joined together to hold a seminar for irrigation professionals on smart irrigation devices and techniques. The presentation was held on Thursday, September 14th at the North Sea Community House in Southampton. It was part of an on-going effort by SCWA to encourage the use of water saving devices, like smart controllers for automatic sprinkler systems, that save customers money and reduce their water

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    Suffolk County Water Authority Provides Tour of Drinking Water Facilities to Tribal Utility Summit

    Sep 15, 2023

    The Suffolk County Water Authority (SCWA) held a tour and demonstration of its facilities to a group of water professionals whose utilities serve Tribal Nations. The tour was part of the 2023 United South and Eastern Tribes’ (USET) Tribal Utility Summit, which provide technical assistance and training to USET member Tribal Nation’s water utilities. This year’s summit was hosted by the Shinnecock Nation. More than 30 attendees joined SCWA, which gave technical explanations of its water treatment​

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    Suffolk County Water Authority Hosts Chief Executive Officer of National Drinking Water Organization

    Sep 12, 2023

    The Suffolk County Water Authority (SCWA) hosted Tom Dobbins, Chief Executive Officer of the Association of Metropolitan Water Agencies (AMWA) for a visit of its facilities. Dobbins was named CEO of the organization in 2022 and visits with member organizations to understand their challenges. AMWA is an industry group that represents the interests of the largest metropolitan drinking water suppliers across the country. Their membership serves more than 160 million people across the United States ​

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    Suffolk County Water Authority Completes Eight New Advanced Treatment Systems in Town of Huntington

    Aug 24, 2023

    The Suffolk County Water Authority (SCWA) announced that it recently completed eight new Advanced Oxidation Process (AOP) water treatment systems throughout the Town of Huntington. These state-of-the-art treatment systems are specifically designed to remove the emerging contaminant 1,4-dioxane from the SCWA su water. SCWA worked to install them ahead of a state regulatory deadline on August 25th, ensuring that customers continue to have access to high quality drinking water.

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    Suffolk County Water Authority Applies for Over $100 Million in Grant Funding for Water Infrastructure Projects

    Aug 10, 2023

    The Suffolk County Water Authority (SCWA) announced today that it has submitted applications for more than $100 million in grant funding through the Water Infrastructure Improvement Act (WIIA). The New York State Environmental Facilities Corporation made $425 million available for clean water and drinking water improvement projects. This represents the largest funding request in SCWA's history, signaling a significant effort towards bolstering its water treatment capabilities and expanding acces​

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    Suffolk County Water Authority Extends Water Main to Improve Distribution in Amityville

    Aug 09, 2023

    A project to extend water main in Amityville is currently underway by the Suffolk County Water Authority. More than 360 feet of new ductile iron water main is being installed on Richmond Avenue and Bayside Avenue. The extension will improve the distribution of water, water pressure and fire protection in the area.

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    Suffolk County Water Authority is currently investigating an emergency water main break in Miller Place. We have crews on site.

    Suffolk County Water Authority is currently investigating an emergency water main break in Miller Place. We have crews on site. During this time, you may experience a disruption in your water service, to include low pressure, temporary discolored water or no water. We are working on resolving this issue this issue as soon as possible to have your service restored.

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