Water Department - NH ID#2531010-Rick Meleski

 Winchester has three sources for town water. Wells #1 and #2 located at 433 Keene Road and well #3 located on pump road 2 off from plumb Pak Drive. None of these location were impacted by the recent flooding. These are gravel packed wells over 50 feet deep. We have already passed our three monthly absent/present samples on the distribution system for the month of July. As part of our corrosion control program on file with DES the addition of a disinfected product ( sodium hypochlorite ) is added at each well site to prevent any type of microbiological contamination. We strive to see residuals in the range of .05 mg/l of free chlorine in Ashuelot and end of Warwick Road without creating customer complaints within the center of Winchester.  The Winchester water department is delivering safe drinking water to all of its customers per state and federal standards.

 

NHDES 2021 Water CCR Report

http://documentcloud.adobe.com/link/track?uri=urn:aaid:scds:US:4fbc5f5c-7094-480e-8946-8f383e113948

 

2019 CCR-001

http://documentcloud.adobe.com/link/review?uri=urn:aaid:scds:US:dd055391-32a5-4f12-8697-ddcaabac7a8f

 

Don't Flush That PSA (with lyrics)

https://www.epa.gov/newsreleases/epa-encourages-americans-only-flush-toilet-paper

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZtK0k9Ilelw

https://twitter.com/NHDES/status/1242532015456563200

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Mission & Service Description

The Winchester Water Department provides safe drinking water to consumers by maintaining the Town's sources of water and distribution system to the highest degree possible. Water is also supplied for firefighting and other emergencies.

The Winchester Water Department supplies water to its customers in accordance with the regulations put forth by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (U.S. EPA), the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services (NH D.E.S.) and our local regulations and ordinances. Maintenance of the well recharge areas, pumping facilities, storage tank and distribution system allows us to deliver safe drinking water to our customers as efficiently as possible.


Rick Meleski was awarded the 2018 Operator of the Year by Granite State Rural Water Association. Congratulations Rick!

Staff Contacts

Name Title
Rick Meleski Superintendent Primary Operator #2764
Danielle Roy Administrative Assistant
Justin Ruskowski
Ricky K. Meleski Water Works Operator
Chris Longe