The seasonal 1” bulk water stations in Picton (15 MacSteven Drive) and Wellington (111 Belleville Street) will be removed from service for the season on October 28, 2021. The 3″ Bulk Water Station in Wellington will also be relocated.
- At the Picton Bulk Water Filling Station, the seasonal station will be removed from service on October 28; however, the year-round 1” bulk water supply connection will remain in service. Those wishing to use the filling station must supply a clean connecting hose of at least 15 feet in length with a 1” female CamLock fitting.
- Instructions for operation of the equipment are posted at the Bulk Water Filling Station. Users are reminded that the bulk filling stations are not intended for filling small water storage containers (i.e. 20L jugs, etc.).
- The current bulk water rate, as per bylaw 4018-2017 is $4.13 per cubic meter (1000L). Units are coin-operated with Loonies. The units do not accept other coins for filling.
- The 3” bulk water supply connection in Picton continues to be available to approved larger-volume haulers.
The 3″ bulk water supply station in Wellington will be relocated back to Beach Street from the Wellington and District Community Centre.
- An interruption to service will take place on Thursday, October 28 between 8am and 6pm at the Wellington Bulk Water Station while infrastructure is relocated. During this time the 3″ Wellington Bulk Water Station will be unavailable for any bulk water loading.
- Approved haulers requiring service during this time are asked to use the 3″ Picton Bulk Loading Station located at 15 MacSteven Drive.
- The relocated 3″ bulk water filing station will operate in the same manner as the previous station, requiring approved haulers to use a key FOB and switch to activate the filling station.
- The bulk water stations are not sanitized between uses. To prevent the spread of COVID-19, customers should wash and sanitize their hands as soon as possible after using the stations.
- Customers must respect physical distancing when using the machines. Customers are asked to maintain a distance of 2 metres / 6.5 feet from one another when filling up.
- For more information, contact the County of Prince Edward at 613.476.2148 extension 1023 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note: The County of Prince Edward provides this information as a service to the general public. While we do our best to provide accurate information, construction projects and associated service disruptions are subject to change based on weather, road, traffic, and other uncontrollable conditions.