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EWEB's Water Quality Report: Consistently Outstanding

May 06, 2020

Cover of 2019 Water Quality Report

The consistent and reliable quality of drinking water is at the heart of the theme for this year's Drinking Water Week, "There When You Need It" which runs May 3-9 this year.

To celebrate our plentiful and healthy drinking water, we are sharing with customers our annual water quality report.  

Also known and a "Consumer Confidence Report," it provides a snapshot of 2019's drinking water quality. The key conclusion is this: EWEB water met or exceeded all state and federal health standards.  

In fact, we are proud to say that EWEB has never violated a maximum contaminant level or any other water quality standard established by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

Inside the report, you'll find great information on our Drinking Water Source Protection Plan, tips on how to maintain your household plumping to ensure your system delivers high-quality water and a breakdown of of water-quality components.

Check out the report here.