Frequent Questions

My local water utility sent me a report recently concerning the condition of my water for the year. However, the data included in the report includes data that dates back a few years. Why does the report include data from monitoring that occurred prior to

According to the Consumer Confidence Report Rule, "where a system is allowed to monitor regulated contaminants less often than once a year, the table(s) must include the date and results of the most recent sampling and the report must include a brief statement indicating that the data presented in the report are from the most recent testing done in accordance with the regulations. No data older than 5 years need be included (40 CFR 141.153(d)(3)(i))."
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