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Genesee Water & Sanitation District

Genesee Water and Sanitation District is a quasi-municipal corporation and a political subdivision of the State of Colorado formed on July 5, 1973 pursuant to the Special District Act. The District was organized for the purpose of providing clean, safe and reliable water and sanitation services to its residents.

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Water Issues

Dear Genesee Water and Sanitation District Customer,

Over the past few months, some of our customers may have noticed intermittent and varying degrees of a brownish tint in water supplied to their home. There was no health concern, if there was, customers would have immediately been notified.   It was however aesthetically displeasing for some customers and the District apologizes for its occurrence.

This has in part, been the result of our coagulation/flocculation process at the existing water treatment facility and our efforts to maintain compliance with the very latest drinking water regulations pertaining to the reduction of precursors which lead to the formation of disinfection...

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663 Million

663 Million

Clean drinking water. Sinks and showers and toilets. These don’t seem like extravagances; they seem like basic necessities. But for so many people across the globe, they are luxuries that are completely out of reach. 663 Million people. That’s how many people in the world will live without clean water today.  That’s almost twice the population of the USA and Canada combined. 2.4 billion people worldwide lack access to a toilet. 1 in 5 children under the age of 5 die each day from waterborne disease — one every 21 seconds, as a direct result of contaminated water and poor sanitation and hygiene. Those numbers are staggering; the lack of safe drinking water and sanitation is a global health crisis, one that must be confronted.


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