Clermont County Voluntary Water Reduction Lifted | News
BATAVIA, OH (FOX19) - The Clermont County Water Resources Department lifted the voluntary water reduction on Thursday.
Customers were asked on June 28 to cut down on water usage due to the extended period of dry weather. During the voluntary water reduction, peak water demands reached record highs. Customers were urged to refrain from washing cars, watering their lawns, or other non-essential water usage.
“The Clermont Water Resources Department would like to thank customers for their cooperation with the voluntary water reduction,” said Director of Utilities Lyle Bloom. “Recent rainfall and increased production from our water treatment plants has eliminated the need for the voluntary water reduction.” Customers are always encouraged to conserve water to be good stewards of the environment and reduce the need for future water reduction requests.