Florida Water Treatment

Florida Water Treatment

"The Good Water People" Since 1951


Florida Water Treatment Earns Esteemed 2020 Angie’s List Super Service Award

Florida Water Treatment Earns 2020 Angie’s List Super Service Award Award reflects company’s consistently high level of customer service Dunedin, Florida – Florida Water Treatment is proud to announce that it has earned the home service industry’s coveted Angie’s List Super Service Award (SSA). This award honors service professionals who have maintained exceptional service ratings […]

Florida Water Treatment Earns Esteemed 2014 Angie’s List Super Service Award

Award reflects company’s consistently high level of customer service. Florida Water Treatment has earned the service industry’s coveted Angie’s List Super Service Award, reflecting an exemplary year of service provided to members of the consumer review service in 2014. From FWT: “At Florida Water Treatment we work extremely hard to make sure that each and […]

Contamination Source Remains Unknown

The disappearance of water- borne bacteria from Clearwater’s municipal water system is just the latest, albeit welcome, twist in an ongoing mystery. Since September, when routine testing detected an unusual spike in the amount of E. coli bacteria at a variety of locations throughout the city, a team of scientists has been trying to figure […]

Holy Perrier! Survey Reveals 200 New Springs

03By NEIL JOHNSON TAMPA — A three-year survey of the state’s springs uncovered nearly 200 more than were known to exist and also tracked what may be a decline in their volume and water quality. Conducted by the state Department of Environmental Protection, the survey was part census, part scientific study released in mid-October. T […]

City’s Subdivision Back On Agenda

REPORT ON CORONET DELAYED By DAVE NICHOLSON and DAVE SIMANOFF PLANT CITY — For months, plans for a large housing development have been on hold while regulators scrutinized a nearby former phosphate processing plant and other potential sources of pollution. But with the long-awaited report on the Coronet Industries area again postponed — this time […]

Groundwater, Health Links to be Studied

By: IRENE MAHER How safe is your tap water? If you live in southern Hillsborough County, you will find out in about a year. Researchers are embarking on a major study of the health of people who drink tap water that comes from the community groundwater well. They’re doing the study because the health of […]

Questions raised, but answers not forthcoming

Scott Streater @PensacolaNewsJournal.com It was a stifling August afternoon in 1997 when Tom Pratt addressed the Escambia County Utilities Authority’s elected board. The topic: contamination of three ECUA wells serving thousands of people in Pensacola and Gulf Breeze by an underground plume of toxic chemicals from the Agrico Chemical Co. Superfund hazardous waste site. Radioactive […]

Watchdog Hammers Pollution Oversight

By MIKE SALINERO TALLAHASSEE — A Florida Panhandle landfill with a long history of environmental violations is center stage in a controversy with a group of players as diverse as Alabama con men and high-level friends of Gov. Jeb Bush. A watchdog group, in a report being distributed this week to state regulators and activists, […]


By: MARK HOLAN NEW PORT RICHEY – University of South Florida environmental engineer Audrey Levine taught chemistry Monday to more than 125 Aloha Utilities customers. But the west Pasco County residents aren’t working toward a degree. They’re looking for answers on how to end the black water problems that have plagued the Seven Springs area […]