Chlorine Burnout

Chlorine Burnout to End

The Chester Metropolitan District is concluding its annual Chlorine Burnout. Filter Plant personnel will return the system to Chloramines on Wednesday, November 23, 2022. Customers should notice their water returning to normal within the next two to three weeks. During this time, customers may continue to experience a stronger chlorine smell, and/or taste in...

Chlorine Burnout

The Chester Metropolitan District will be turning off the Ammonia in the water distribution system beginning Friday, September 30, 2022, and will run straight chlorine disinfection for approximately one month. This process helps to keep the system disinfected and reduces the chances of bacteriological growth in water lines with lower flows. CMD personnel will...

Annual Chlorine Burnout End

The Chester Metropolitan District is concluding its annual Chlorine Burnout. Filter Plant personnel returned the system to Chloramines on Friday, March 1, 2019. Customers should notice their water returning to normal within the next two to three weeks. During this time, customers may continue to experience a stronger chlorine smell and/or taste in their...

Annual Chlorine Burnout Notice

The Chester Metropolitan District will be turning off the Ammonia in the system beginning Thursday, February 1, 2019 and will run straight chlorine disinfection for approximately one month. This process helps to keep the system disinfected and reduce the chances of bacteriological growth in water lines with lower flows. CMD personnel will begin flushing...

Notice of Chlorine Burnout

The Chester Metropolitan District will be turning off the Ammonia in the system beginning Friday, February 3, 2017 and will run straight chlorine disinfection for approximately one month. This process helps to keep the system disinfected and reduce the chances of bacteriological growth in water lines with lower flows. CMD personnel will begin flushing...