Weston, MA Water Quality Report
Where Your Drinking Water Comes From
The Town of Weston purchases its water from the Massachusetts Water Resources Authority (MWRA). Your water comes from the Quabbin Reservoir, about 65 miles west of Boston, and the Wachusett Reservoir, about 35 miles west of Boston. Water from the Ware River can also add to the supply at times. These pristine reservoirs supply wholesale water to local water departments in 51 communities. The two reservoirs combined supplied about 200 million gallons a day of high quality water to consumers in 2019. The Weston Water Division maintains 116 miles of water distribution mains, 971 fire hydrants, and 3,613 water service connections. During 2019, the Town of Weston consumed 554 million gallons of water at a decrease of 45 million gallons of water, a decrease from the previous year. Weston’s daily average consumption for 2019 was 1.5 million gallons of water.
How the MWRA Provides Safe Drinking Water
The Massachusetts Water Resource Authority maintains state-of-the-art treatment procedures and is committed to providing a reliable supply of water and to make sure your water is safe, fresh and tastes great. Redundant pipelines and tunnels allow inspection and maintenance of key facilities while ensuring uninterrupted service. The MWRA also continues to rehabilitate and replace pipelines throughout the distribution system to improve both reliability and water quality.