Utilities Superintendent Steve Bishop and Village employee Robert Zirkelbach reported to the Enfield Village Board on Tuesday night that the IEPA is going to require village water to undergo more rigorous testing than it currently does. In order to meet their standards, the Village will need to purchase a machine and test for chemicals that should not be in the water or that have elevated levels. The equipment has an approximate cost of $4,667.00 plus another $250 per month for supplies.
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