Newtown Artesian Water Company
201 North Lincoln Avenue
P.O. Box 217
Newtown, PA 18940-0217
Phone: 215-968-6781 Fax: 215-968-8966
Consumer Confidence Report
The 2015 Consumer Confidence report is now availbe for your review. Click here
The primary responsibility of the Newtown Artesian Water Company is to provide safe and reliable water supply to its customers.
Artesian Water Company provides water service to customers in Newtown
Borough, Newtown Township, and northern Middletown Township in Bucks
Newtown Artesian Water Company is regulated by the Public Utility
Commission, the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection. and
the Environmental Protection Agency.
Newtown Artesian Water Company will be upgrading our meter reading system to radio reads. We will be in the following areas:
S Norwood Ave
S Elm St
S Chancellor Street
N Lincoln Ave
PLEASE CALL OUR OFFICE OR EMAIL US @ FINANCE@NEWTOWNWATER.COM TO SCHEDULE YOUR APPOINTMENT
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact our office during business hours.
Chronium-6 Report Update
Newtown Artesian Water Company is very serious when it comes to the quality and safety of your water. NAWCO follows the set water quality standards put in place by the EPA and Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection(DEP). These standards are put in place to protect public health and NAWCO continuously meets or surpasses them including those set for chromium. The EPA does not have specific drinking water regulations for Chromium-6. NAWCO routinely tests its water supply for total chromium and all test results have been in compliance with the EPA standards. For more information on this please see our water quality report located on this website. NAWCO also voluntarily samples for Chromium-6 with EPA guidance. If regulations change regarding chromium-6 you can be assured that we will be ready to implement changes to our treatment.
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On November 3, 2016 the Pa. Department of Environmental Resources declared a drought watch for Bucks County.
water use restriction for a drought watch is to seek a 5% reduction of
water use through voluntary conservation measures.