News

Sep 10, 2019
Category: Current News
Posted by: aclardy

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The next Board Meeting will be

October 14, 2019 at 5:30 p.m.

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Maury County Board of Public Utilities meets at 5:30 p.m. on the 2nd Monday of each month at 765 New Lewisburg Highway, Columbia, TN 38401.

The Board Meeting Entrance is located on the side of our building, just past the Drive-Thru window. Please feel free to participate in these meetings.

 

CONTACT US

In Person:
765 New Lewisburg Hwy
Columbia, TN 38401


By Mail:
P.O. Box 1196
Columbia, TN 38402


Phone: (931) 381-8900

Fax: (931) 381-8288

Email: customerservice@mymcws.com

Jun 12, 2019
Category: Current News
Posted by: aclardy

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OUR WATER QUALITY REPORT (CCR) IS NOW AVAILABLE ONLINE!

We are pleased to present our annual water quality report for all water testing performed in 2018.

A link to this report is available under the Water Quality Report (CCR) tab. To request a copy of this report, please contact our office.

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IMPORTANT NOTE FOR OUR NEW CUSTOMER PORTAL:

Customers wishing to utilize the new portal will need to create a NEW portal account. For more information, a User Guide is available by clicking HERE.

For access to the new portal, follow the ** NEW ** Online Payment Logon tab.

We appreciate your patience during this transition.

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May 11, 2019
Category: Current News
Posted by: aclardy
Tennessee 811
is the Underground Utility Notification Center for Tennessee.

KNOW what's BELOW...
Call BEFORE you DIG!


Phone: 811 or (800) 351-1111
Web: www.tnonecall.com


 

Pressure Reducers

Installing a Water Pressure Reducing Valve

Due to Maury County’s geographical area, water main pressures can range from 20 PSI to 200 PSI. If pressure is checked by plumber and found to be above sixty pounds (60psi.), MCWS recommends that pressure regulators be installed on the Customer’s side of meter in order to protect service lines and appliances. Pressure regulators protect household appliances and increase water conservation.

If water pressure exceeds 60 psi at the meter, it should be regulated by the installation of a pressure regulator. Most customers need to install a pressure regulator in order to avoid excess pressure on the service line and plumbing connections. We recommend that these regulators be installed on the customer's side of the meter as indicated on the diagram below. This is a voluntary installation at the customer's and/or owner's expense. These regulators may be purchased wherever plumbing supplies are sold. If you are unsure whether a pressure regulator is necessary, your plumber can check your pressure before your service line is connected.

Click here for more help on pressure reducing valves  ( Acrobat reader).

 

Trying to locate your pressure regulator? This is what they generally look like.

If you are needing to adjust your pressure regulator, here is a video showing you how. click here.

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