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The City of Winter Park Water & Wastewater Utilities Department joins the City of Orlando and Orlando Utilities Commission by asking its customers to conserve water temporarily for at least two to three weeks.

The urgency is due to the shortage of liquid oxygen being experienced by the surge of COVID-19 treatments. Liquid oxygen is an essential component of the ozone gas used by the department to purify the water. If enough water is not conserved during this critical time, system-wide boil water alerts may need to be issued before water can be used for cooking or drinking.


The city is urging customers to reduce their use of potable water by not washing cars, delaying the use of pressure washers and minimizing the frequency of watering their lawns

For more water conservation tips, visit the Water Tips tab at
cityofwinterpark.org/H2OConserve



 
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