WaterShed Locations | Drinking Water Filling Stations

Our WaterShed locations are stand-alone buildings owned by the Northwestern Water and Sewer District. They have a reverse-osmosis and provide great-tasting purified drinking water at a low price:  $.25 per gallon or $1 for 5-gallons.  Over ten years ago, The District saw a need in the rural communities for purified drinking water filling stations for those using well systems.   Since then their popularity has grown and so have our number of locations.

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The 9-step Process

  • Ion exchange water softening
  • 1 micron filtration
  • Granular activated carbon filtration
  • 5 micron pre-filter
  • Reverse osmosis
  • Ultra violet sterilization
  • Sub-micron filtration
  • Solid block carbon filtration
  • Final ultra violet sterilization

Where are they Located?

All 13 WaterShed drinking water filling stations are listed here and can be viewed on the map up:

  • Northwestern Water & Sewer District Headquaters, 12560 Middleton Pike, Bowling Green, Ohio
  • Northwood, 1740 S. Wheeling Street in the Frisch’s Big Boy parking lot.
  • Bowling Green – Northeast corner of Haskins and Poe Road
  • Bowling Green – 989 South Main Street- former Watermill Express
  • Fostoria Plaza – Plaza Drive-US 23/SR 199, Fostoria
  • Fostoria – 622 Lytle Street, Fostoria, – Legacy Petroleum
  • Village of Custar – 9110 Custar Road-across from the American Legion
  • McClure – 2926 US 6, McClure, OH 43534
  • Stony Ridge – Fremont Pike-Former Township Bldg.
  • Bloomdale -located at the village’s water tower
  • McComb – located in the Village park near SR 613 & SR 235
  • Walbridge – 108 N. Main Street, Walbridge, Ohio in the library parking lot
  • Watershed at Obe’s – 20051 W River Rd, Grand Rapids, OH 43522

All locations are open 24-hours per day, 7-days per week.

How much is it?

Anyone can use The WaterShed! The WaterShed dispenses drinking water in 1 & 5 gallon containers (you provide) for $.25 a gallon.

How to sanitize your water container:

  1. Use household liquid bleach that does not have an added scent (like lemon).
  2. Add 1 teaspoon (64 drops or 5 milliliters) of household liquid bleach to 1 quart (32oz, 4 cups, or about 1 liter) of water.
  3. Pour this into a clean storage container and shake well, making sure that the solution coats the entire inside of the container.
  4. Let sit at least 30 seconds, and then pour out solution.
  5. Let air dry OR rinse with clean water that has already been made safe, if available.