Many MWRA customers have had a door hanger with a small vial left at their door with a request for it to be filled with water to be tested. This request is NOT from the Woburn Water Department or MWRA. It is from a firm selling home water treatment devices. If you are interested in … Continued
As temperatures begin to rise, so does the concern for drought. With this in mind, it is imperative that we do all we can to reduce water usage. One great way to help conserve water is through the use of a rain barrel. A rain barrel is a large, plastic barrel with a spigot that … Continued
With warm weather (hopefully) coming, here is something to think about as you begin to prep your lawn for summer: Apply lawn fertilizers according to the label. Never over-apply and never apply before rain showers. Runoff, potentially carrying the extra nutrients from lawn and garden fertilizers, drains through catch basins, which flow into streams and … Continued
Here’s another great video from our friends in the Concord, NH General Services Department. Monday’s Post Tuesday’s Post
Here’s a great video from our friends in Concord, NH on how to detect a leaky toilet in your home!
After a Winter Storm Continue to monitor media for emergency information. Follow instructions from public safety officials. Call 9-1-1 to report emergencies, including downed power lines and gas leaks. Check with your local authorities or call 2-1-1 to find locations of warming centers or shelters near you or for other storm-related questions. In the event … Continued
There will be a gas main replacement at Helen Drive and 20-32 Robinson Road in Woburn from January 29th to February 23rd. Please expect delays in the surrounding areas during the project. Police will be on site but please use an alternate route when possible. If you have any questions about the project please call Matt Carmody, … Continued
Weston and Sampson engineering will start phase one of a relining project Monday January 29 from 8 p.m. to 6 a.m., this project will run from 282 Montvale Avenue to the Route 93 Interchange. This phase will last about 2 weeks and is expected to impact traffic during that time, please seek alternate routes.