Miami-Dade County water meets state and federal standards for quality, safety and taste. Drinking water continues to be one of the most reliable sources of high quality nutrition. Water in Miami-Dade County is potable and safe to drink. A national accreditation program has determined that our water meets or exceeds the requirements of all national drinking water standards. Miami-Dade County Water and Sewer Department is dedicated to the safe, reliable, and environmentally sound production, treatment, distribution, and dissemination of drinking water. Water Distribution – Miami Dade Water and Sewer Department’s main goal is to provide clean, potable water and sewer service to the residents of Miami-Dade County. Miamidade.gov water is an award-winning line of bottled water, which is sourced from some of the cleanest, most pristine water in the world – our own aquifers.
Miamidade.gov water is unfiltered and undergoes no treatment after being bottled on-site in Biscayne Bay. Clean water is needed in every part of your home, from the kitchen to the laundry room, from the bathroom to the kids’ bedroom. You might think this means a lot of new pipes, or at least expensive upgrades to what you have now. Not true!
The Miami-Dade Water and Sewer Department is responsible for the distribution and delivery of clean, potable water to residential and commercial customers in unincorporated Miami-Dade. The utility also collects wastewater from residential, commercial and municipal users through a network of sanitary sewer systems.Through our innovative and sustainable efforts, we are creating an efficient, clean and beautiful community where families can thrive.
Miami-Dade County uses a comprehensive notification system to alert residents, visitors and businesses about emergencies that impact you in connection with mandatory evacuations or a boil-water advisory.
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