The total hardness usually varies between 170 – 230 mg/L.
Converted Units: 12 – 16 grains/Imp.gal
10 – 13 grains/U.S.gal
No, but low levels of fluoride between 0.10 – 0.15 mg/L occur naturally in the raw water and is not removed by treatment.
Restrictions are often coordinated between MVRWSC members, but each municipality is ultimately responsible for establishing restriction policy. Check with your town office for more information.
No, but some of our member communities do offer this service. Contact your local town office.
Contact Earl Kearns (403) 227-5828.
Contact Wes Olstad (403) 227-5828.
MVRWSC is not actively seeking new customers and generally will not accept service requests from individual users. Requests by municipalities and industries will be considered on a case by case basis according to our water supply policy. Contact John VanDoesburg (403) 227-5828.
Average production is about 11.5 million liters per day, supplying nearly 30,000 people with water.
Levels are usually lower than our laboratory detection limit of 0.0001 mg/L. Maximum levels for lead and mercury established by Health Canada are 0.01 mg/L and 0.001 mg/L respectively.