The Town of Sharon has a long and proud history of protecting and preserving its drinking water supply, which comes solely from groundwater wells. However, drinking water wells always remain susceptible to contamination and drought. Impacts to Sharon’s wells come from things like:
- residential land use (fertilizers, pesticides, septic systems)
- accidental spills from local roadways (Route 95 and the railroad)
- hazardous materials storage
- existing contamination sites
- agricultural activities
Residents can help protect the Town’s drinking water supply through water conservation practices, proper septic maintenance, and limiting chemical use.
Please do your part to help protect and preserve our water supply. Check out information on:
- Toilet Rebates
- Clothes Washer Rebates
- Water Restrictions
- Fixing Leaks
- Lawn & Garden Care
- Maintaining Septic Systems
The Sharon Water Department has teamed with the Neponset River Watershed Association (NepRWA) in Canton, MA to run the Sharon Water Conservation Program.
The Water Conservation Program consists of award winning educational outreach, toilet & clothes washer rebates, free giveaways (shower heads and faucet aerators), and leak detection.
The Water Department has also partnered with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency WaterSense Program, which promotes water-saving techniques, and encourages customers to look for WaterSense labeled products that have been independently certified for efficiency and performance.
For more information about the Sharon Water Conservation Program, contact Superintendent of Public Works, Eric Hooper, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 781-784-1525 x2311, or NepRWA Outreach & Education Director, Nancy Fyler, at email@example.com or 781-575-0354 x307