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    Business and Commercial Customers

    Business and Commercial Customers
    If you want an abundance of sustainable, high-quality water for farming, manufacturing or industrial application, you will find it in Montgomery County, Ohio.

    Montgomery County Environmental Services provides high quality drinking water and wastewater services to local businesses. We coordinate closely with the City of Dayton to ensure a continuous supply of water. The average consumption for the entire water system is 24.5 million gallons per day.

    Our Water Resources

    Our regional water resource is the Miami Buried Aquifer, which holds more than 1.5 trillion gallons of abundant and affordable water. The aquifer is constantly replenished by rain, surface water and manmade recharge ponds, and it is protected by the Source Water Protection Program.

    Flow Testing

    If you are opening a new business or relocating, we will be happy to conduct a water flow test to ensure your water needs will be met at your new business location. Please contact our field services at (937) 781-2669 to request a flow test.

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    Our Mission: We manage water, wastewater, recycling, and solid waste
    Our Vision: To improve the quality of life through our environmental services

    Highlights
    2014 Drinking Water Quality Report

    Montgomery County Environmental Services has once again met or exceeded all state and federal standards for drinking water. Read more about it in our annual Drinking Water Quality Report!

     

    2013-2015 Strategic Plan

    View our department's strategic plan − our roadmap to provide a better quality of life through our environmental services.