This is called a CCR –┬áConsumer Confidence Report.

The federal government requires specific information to be included in the reports.

The EPA lists:

  • The lake, river, aquifer, or other source of the drinking water.
  • A brief summary of the risk of contamination of the local drinking water source.
  • The regulated contaminant found in local drinking water.
  • The potential health effects of any contaminant detected in violation of an EPA health standard.
  • An accounting of the system’s actions to restore safe drinking water.
  • An educational statement for vulnerable populations about avoiding Cryptosporidium (a microscopic parasite).
  • Educational information on nitrate, arsenic, or lead in areas where these contaminants may be a concern.
  • EPA’s Safe Drinking Water Hotline number.
  • Phone numbers of additional sources of information, including the water system.
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For information about testing your drinking water, please contact the Indoor Environmental Quality Division of Baxter Group, Inc.

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