The Hecla Water Association, Inc. provides clean, safe drinking water to approximately 10,000 connections in the rural areas of Lawrence County, Ohio. Nearly 3 million gallons a day of treated drinking water is distributed through the 500 miles of water lines on the Hecla Water System.
This report is required by the EPA and contains the results of water quality tests performed during the prior year. The purpose of the report is to inform consumers about their drinking water.
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The Hecla Water Association would like to welcome and offer our assistance to all the customers of Lawrence Water. Please take a few minutes to browse our website and become familiar with our services, rules and regulations. Lawrence customers will fall under most of Hecla's policies at the beginning of May and after a few months of a transition project all policies and procedures will be in effect. We will update the website with new information as it becomes available. Unfortunately no online payments can be taken from Lawrence customers until the transition project is completed. If you have any questions or concerns please call the Hecla Water Office at 1-740-886-8863.
In an effort to make the Hecla Water system better and stronger with fewer chances of water
outages in the future, construction projects are under way using funds from savings. Some of the recent
projects include; installing a booster pumping station at Hecla Water garage, drilling test wells on
the new property in Hamilton Township, and erecting a new water storage tank at Kitts Hill.
The Hecla Water Association has been studying the recently acquired Lawrence Water Corporation. We have identified many areas in the system that would benefit from repairs and upgrades. Hecla is working with the United States Department of Agriculture for funding of the project. The Association has been doing a meter assessment since early spring, also many leak detection meters have been installed. Recently Hecla has been regulating the pressure in the system to reduce the number of line blow outs. Major system upgrades that are being planned for this fall should wrap up in the spring of 2016.
The Ohio Utilities Protection Service requires contractors and private citizens to call or click on their website 48 hours before digging. All utilities are notified of the digging location. Disregard of this state law causes water outages in some areas. It may also cause damages to be paid by the responsible party.