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Our Mission at Bigfork Water & Sewer District is to provide cost-effective, reliable and high-quality water and wastewater services to the people of Bigfork. We are committed to operate and maintain our facilities economically and safely while protecting the public health and the environment – particularly Flathead Lake.

The employees of Bigfork Water & Sewer are dedicated to fulfilling these principles with the highest and most ethical standards.

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Rate Increase

A reminder that rates increased effective July 1, 2016. The updated rates are uploaded to website.

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A Book that Cleans Water?

A Book that Cleans Water?

Recently we’ve looked at the issue of Clean Water, first delving into the fascinating history of and process of water treatment and purification in Part 1 and Part 2 of this series. Next we turned our attention to the world stage, where 1 in 9 people (some sources estimate that it’s closer to a third of the world’s population) do not have access to clean, safe drinking water. Close to a billion people worldwide. Last month we looked at an exciting new tool for bringing clean water to a part of the world where it is not readily available. Lima, Peru’s billboard that creates clean drinking water from humid air is an amazing innovation. And it’s not the only one. There are a number of exciting new inventions that can help people around the world have access to safe, healthy drinking water. 

Would you believe there’s a book that delivers clean water? A straw? A bicycle?  Read on . . .

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