BSU’s 2019 annual report, drinking water quality report now available online

Bonita Springs Utilities Inc.’s 2019 annual report and drinking water quality report are available online.

“The 2019 annual report provides an overview of the utility’s operations and activities. Highlights include a $3.26 million capital credit payment to our members, upgrades to our water and wastewater facilities, conservation efforts and the utility’s financial report,” said John R. Jenkins, BSU executive director. “The drinking water quality report provides specific information on where our water comes, raw water constituents and our water treatment processes.”

BSU members will receive a copy of the annual report by mail in April. Both the annual report and drinking water quality report are available online year-round.

The drinking water quality report includes information about the source and quality of BSU-produced drinking water and documents the utility’s compliance with federal and state requirements.

During 2019, BSU produced more than 3.64 billion gallons of potable water, treated 1.7 billion gallons of wastewater, and experienced peak day water production of more than 13.97 million gallons.

Bonita Springs Utilities Inc. is a not-for-profit water and wastewater utility cooperative founded by local citizens in 1970. The member-owned utility provides service in the City of Bonita Springs, the Village of Estero and unincorporated South Lee County. The utility is recognized as an industry leader with awards from the American Water Works Association, Florida Department of Environmental Protection and Florida Water Environment Association.

For more information, visit the BSU website at

BSU 2019 Annual Report cover          BSU 2019 Water Quality Report cover

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