The Bradford/Bond Head drinking water system is categorized as a large municipal residential system. The Town is primarily serviced by two municipal groundwater wells, along with treated surface water from the Town of Innisfil.
The distribution system is comprised of two Standpipes positioned within the footprint of the Town. The Town is split up between two Zones: Zone 1 is comprised of groundwater and Zone 2 is strictly surface water supplied by the Town of Innisfil. One reservoir is located within the Town, which receives treated surface water from the Town of Innisfil.
Chlorine is used as a disinfectant in both the groundwater and surface water treatment processes in order to ensure your water is protected from harmful bacteria and other microorganisms. Chlorine residuals are continuously monitored in the Town of BWG.
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Zone 1= Groundwater
Groundwater is naturally filtered as it moves through the earth. The Town’s groundwater supply is found in a protected deep aquifer known as the Bradford Aquifer.
Zone 2= Surface Water
The Alcona Lakeshore Water Filtration Plant supplies treated water to the Town of BWG. The water source is taken from Lake Simcoe.
For more information on treated surface water supplied by the Town of Innisfil,
please refer to the Town of Innisfil website.
By navigating through the zone map below, you can determine if your home is either supplied with groundwater or surface water.
Water Supply Zones
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