Consolidated Water Works #1
Tuesday, January 23, 2024 - last updated 1021 am CST
Drinking Water Advisories
Jan 22 - Terrebonne Parish BWA issued for all customers along Pier 56 Ct, Pier 4 Ct, and Pier 5 Ct to Coco Marina Ct.
Drinking Water Facility Profile: Consolidated Waterworks District 1 - Houma Water Treatment Plant
EPA Status: No violation
Location: Houma, LA
Active Permit: LA1109001
System Type: community water system
Population Served: 11,148 of total 42,000 residential and commercial customers of the Consolidated Water Works in Terrebonne Parish
Source: 80% surface water Bayou Lafourche (fresh), 20% from Gulf Intracoastal Waterway and Bayou Black Reservoir (saline)
Contact: Michael Sobert tel 985-879-2495
Latest Compliance Inspection: Sanitary survey, complete Nov 3, 2022 (State)
No deficiencies noted or recommendations made
The following information gathered from federal EPA pertains to the quarter ending September 30, 2023 (data last refreshed on EPA database Jan 9, 2024)
No significant violations on record in the prior 12 inspections
Public Notice Rule Violation - noted Apr 3, 2018 - unaddressed
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