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Elydale Middle School Visits KVS Water Plant

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Elydale Middle School students from Ms. Christie Gulley's 6th grade science class toured the KVS Water Treatment Plant on Tuesday, May 14. The tour featured stops at the quarry pond where students were amazed by the crystal-clear water and the abundance of shells along the waterline. Students learned how math is used to estimate volume to determine that the KVS quarry holds approximately 1 billion gallons of water, or around 7.5 billion water bottles. They learned how water is treated through a micro-filtration membrane system with a very small pore size, approximately 0.1 micron (hundreds of times smaller than the tip of a sharp pencil), and is very efficient with 99.9% effectiveness. Lee County PSA staff explained the entire treatment process and included demonstrations on bench testing to make sure all water meets or exceeds standards set by the Virginia Department of Health. Displays of the inside of the filter gave students a more visual explanation of the filtering process, along with science demonstrations of how chemical reactions help staff check chlorine levels, pH levels and the turbidity (clearness) of the water. 

Lee County PSA Staff Honored with Awards

Sanders named Office Worker of the Year, Sutphin named Wastewater Specialist of the Year, at 35th annual Virginia Rural Water Conference.

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In keeping with our commitment to maintain minimal rates for sewer service, the Lee Co PSA is asking all of its sewer customers to refrain from flushing anything down the toilet except human waste and toilet paper. This includes any and all items that may be labeled "flushable". Any items flushed down the toilet except for human waste and toilet paper creates numerous issues for your service lines, the PSA's lines, our pump stations, and ultimately, our treatment facility, which increases operating costs, and thus increases customer costs.

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