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City of Paris
Water  & Sewer Dept.
112 South Main
Paris, MO  65275
Water  660-327-4658
Sewer   660-327-4647

Dennis Duncan,
Superintendent Water Dept.

Mike Watson,
Superintendent Sewer Dept.
 


 

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WATER

American Water Works Association

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SEWER

National Environmental Services Center

Waste Water Treatment Facts

WATER
Providing the City of  Paris with an adequate, safe, reliable, and cost efficient potable drinking water supply.  The City of Paris is responsible for the development, administration, and operation of the public drinking water supply.  The City of Paris purchases their potable drinking water from the Clarence Cannon Wholesale Water Commission (CCWWC).  The CCWWC obtains raw water from Mark Twain Lake and processes the water at a water treatment plant located near Stoutsville, Missouri.  The CCWWC which supplies drinking water for numerous communities and rural areas throughout Northeast Missouri is required to be in compliance with current public drinking water standards set forth by the Environmental Protection Agency and the regulatory standards of the Missouri Department of Natural Resources.  To monitor the efficiency of the CCWWC provides the City of Paris with monthly water quality reports and the Superintendent of the City of Paris serves as an alternate on the Board of Directors of the CCWWC.  the City of Paris contracts an adequate supply of water from CCWWC to meet and exceed the demands.

The City of Paris, MO, 2012 Annual Report on Water Quality

SEWER
Ensuring the City of Paris is provided with an efficient and well maintained wastewater treatment system which operates in compliance with regulatory standards and protects the health and environment.  The City of Paris owns, operates, and is responsible for the administration of the wastewater treatment system.  The wastewater treatment system has a current operating permit obtained from the Missouri Department of Natural Resources and is in compliance with established standards.  The city presently provides sewer service to all the developed areas within the city limits.  Non-sewered areas on the county, are under the jurisdiction of an On-Site Wastewater Treatment System Ordinance enforced by the Monroe County Health Department.

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