West Columbia, Lexington, and Joint Municipal Water & Sewer Commission Working Together to Determine Best Long-Term Solution

By April 27, 2020Headlines

We are committed to providing our customers with the highest quality drinking water and complying with all SCDHEC Safe Drinking Water Standards.

Our staff has been collaborating closely with SCDHEC, industry professionals, and the University of South Carolina as part of a larger study of Lake Murray.

Below is a joint press release issued by the water providers in Lexington County, Joint Municipal Water and Sewer Commission, Town of Lexington, and the City of West Columbia on Monday, April 27, 2020, at 4 PM.

The taste and odor issues discussed in the press release pertain only to customers receiving water through distribution from our Lake Murray Water Treatment Plant (The orange dots on the map below depict customers receiving water from the Lake Murray Water Treatment Plant). 

Please call customer service if you are experiencing any taste or odor issues at 803-791-1880.

Video: Joint Release 2020

Press Release: Area Water Providers Detail Actions Being Taken to Address Taste and Odor Issues

Map of West Columbia Water Customers Affected in Orange