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Wells Fireworks Show - June 30, 2020
The Wells Volunteer Fire Department would like to invite you to their 2nd annual firework show. T... [more...]
You can obtain a copy at city hall during normal business hours. Visit our website to view the 2... [more...]
Reminder For City of Wells Utility Customers - March 19, 2020
It is very important NOT to flush any wipes down the commode into our sewer system. This includes... [more...]
Wells Homecoming Canelled - March 19, 2020
The Wells Community Homecoming scheduled April 4, 2020, has been POSTPONED only. This event will ... [more...]
TCEQ Customer Service Inspection-New Construction
Before continuous water service for new construction is established, Texas law requires an inspection of the private water-distribution system as a way to ensure that the water is safe to drink. This type of customer service inspection is required in Title 30 of the Texas Administrative Code (TAC), Subsection 290.46(j).
All the rules in 30 TAC 290, Subchapter D, are administered by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ). These rules are contained in the TCEQ publication, Rules, and Regulations for Public Water Systems, RG-195.
The purpose of a customer service inspection is to identify whether one of two potential sources of contamination exists. One is a cross connection—an actual or potential connection between a drinking water supply and a possible source of contamination or pollution. The other potential source of contamination is lead plumbing materials.