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Cloudy tap water, also known as white water, is caused by air bubbles. It is completely harmless. The best thing to do is let tap water sit in an open container until the bubbles naturally disappear.

Hydrant Meter Permits

Boston Water and Sewer Commission (BWSC) Hydrant Meter Permits are available for construction purposes. A deposit of $750.00 is required for the permit. The rental charge for a 90 day period is $50.00. Water usage is additional. If the water returns to the sewer system, there is also a sewer charge. All applicable fess will be deducted from the $750 deposit. Additional charges may apply.

BWSC’s meter must be returned to BWSC at the end of the 90-day period for reading and billing purposes. If the customer requires extended use of the hydrant meter, a new permit can be issued for an additional 90 days with another deposit of $750.00. To obtain a Hydrant Meter Permit, or for more information, please contact BWSC’s Metering Department at 617-989-7138.

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