Water Service Line Survey

Posted on Wednesday, March 27th, 2024



Important Notice Regarding Your Water Service Line Survey

Dear Beech Island Rural Community Water Residents,

We hope this message finds you well. As part of our ongoing commitment to maintaining the highest standards in water quality and safety, Beech Island Rural Community Water is partnering with 120Water to conduct a service line material identification survey. We are asking you to partner with us in identifying your service line type, and you’ll see lead as an option. We understand that the term ‘lead’ can raise concerns, and we want to take a moment to address any worries you may have.

The purpose of this survey is to identify the material type of water service lines in our
community. Per EPA requirements, all water systems must submit an inventory of their service lines, with service line types, to the state regulatory agencies by October 16, 2024. This information is crucial for us to ensure the safety and quality of your water supply.

Beech Island Rural Community Water is committed to providing safe and clean drinking water to every household. Our team adheres to stringent water quality regulations, and we continuously monitor and test the water supply to ensure it meets or exceeds all safety standards set by regulatory authorities.

Your participation in this survey is vital for us to accurately assess and address any potential concerns. By identifying the material type of service lines, we can take proactive steps to implement necessary measures to safeguard water quality for everyone in our community.

We understand that the term ‘lead’ can be worrisome. If you have concerns or questions about the survey or your water quality, our team is here to help. Feel free to reach out to us at Beech Island Rural Community Water District.

Our commitment to transparency means we will keep you informed throughout this process. Once the survey results are compiled, if a lead service line is identified, rest assured that Beech Island Rural Water will work closely with affected residents on remediation and replacement options. Our goal is to collaborate with you to find the best solution for your specific situation.

Thank you for your cooperation and understanding. Your active participation in this survey contributes to the well-being of our community. Together, we can continue to prioritize the safety and quality of our water.

Best Regards,
Beech Island Rural Community Water District


Public Notice: Important Update on Water Service Line Inventory Program

We want to keep you in the loop about an essential program happening in our community. Your local water utility is currently working on developing a Service Line Inventory in accordance with the EPA’s Lead and Copper Rule (LCR). We’re excited to share some key details with you, making sure you’re informed and assured about this initiative.

Why the Service Line Inventory?

The Service Line Inventory is a federal requirement aimed at enhancing the safety and reliability of our water infrastructure. It’s part of our commitment to ensuring the highest standards in water quality and compliance with national regulations.
It’s Not About Water Qualitv Issues:
We want to emphasize that this program has nothing to do with any suspected deficiencies in our water quality. We are committed to providing safe drinking water to our community. This is a proactive measure to ensure we have a comprehensive understanding of our water system.

It’s Funded!

Here’s the good news – we secured funding that allows us to carry out this Service Line Inventory without any impact on your utility bills. We believe in being fiscally responsible and leveraging opportunities to benefit our community, and this funding helps us do just that.

What to Expect:

Over the coming weeks, you may notice our teams conducting surveys and assessments around the neighborhood. This is simply part of the process to compile accurate information about our water service lines.

Your Cooperation Matters:

We appreciate your cooperation and understanding as we work towards completing this federally mandated program. Your involvement ensures the success of this initiative and contributes to the overall well-being of our community.

If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to reach out to our team. We’re here to address them and provide additional information as needed.

Thank you for being a valued part of our community!