Information on Water Disinfection with Chloramines, Effective September 1st, 2015

Chloramines are no more aggressive than chlorine, but chloramines are a more stable way to disinfect water.

Supplemental Water arrived in Nipomo from the City of Santa Maria on July 2, 2015. As of September 1, 2015 the disinfectant in the District’s water supply switched from chlorine to chloramine – a quick, effective, and safe method of water disinfection. This is done to reduce the potential for formation of regulated disinfection byproducts in the District water supply and to maintain consistency with the supplemental water received from the City of Santa Maria. More information below.

Customer Letter (August 19, 2015)

Fact Sheet

Press Release: New Water is Even Better – Change in Disinfection to Begin in September, August 21, 2015

Additional Information about the District Change in its Treatment Process to Use Chloramines Instead of Chlorine, August 31, 2015

Public Information Sessions Presentation

More Information

United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Fact Sheet on Chloramines

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