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Water Quality

2007 Water Quality Report
The Green River, the source of most of our water

We work hard to ensure public health, enhance quality of life, support the region’s economy and protect our natural resources. Our staff takes pride in supplying you and your family with safe, reliable drinking water.

Your ongoing support helps us continue to improve water quality and the service we provide.

Take a moment to review our most recent Water Quality Report, also known as the Consumer Confidence Report.

 

Exceeding Federal Regulations

Federal rules require that we test our water supply for more than 80 regulated contaminants and more than 50 unregulated chemicals, even if they do not exist in our water.

We take weekly samples from our water system to check for bacteria and chlorine residuals. Washington State Department of Health (DOH) rules also require us to take 150 samples per month; however we routinely take more than 220.

We also sample our water supply for other microscopic organisms such as giardia and cryptosporidium. Samples taken during the past four years indicate low levels of cryptosporidium and coliform bacteria in our protected Green River water supply. In fact, the bacteria level found is far below the level allowed for unfiltered water systems.

DOH inspects our operations annually and suggests ways to improve. Reliable operation and treatment are always their most critical concern. Our water must meet or exceed the highest standard or we will not send it to you. 

 

Contact Us

For more information about water quality, call us at (253) 502-8207 during regular business hours. If you have a water quality concern after hours or on a weekend, please call us at (253) 502-8344.