BOWLING GREEN, Ohio, – The Northwestern Water and Sewer District is proud to announce the location of the eleventh WaterShed in Northwest Ohio. The new WaterShed will be installed at the former Watermill Express location at 989 South Main Street in Bowling Green.
This Monday, crews began demolition and by today, concrete was poured for the foundation. The new WaterShed is expected to be open in July.
WaterShed’s are known in the area for great tasting purified drinking water at a low price.
“We are asking customers to use the Poe Road WaterShed location while crews work on building the new WaterShed,” requests District President, Jerry Greiner.
Over a decade ago, The District began building WaterSheds as an alternative source of drinking water for residents in rural Wood County on private water systems with poor water quality. To date, WaterShed sales total over $1.3 million. The income is used to maintain the WaterShed properties and invested into The District’s operational budget.
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