Water Quality / Consumer Confidence Report
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) is requiring water suppliers to put annual drinking water quality reports into the hands of their customers. These consumer confidence reports, which EPA developed in consultation with water suppliers, environmental groups, and the states, will enable Americans to make practical, knowledgeable decisions about their health and their environment.
This information will supplement public notification that water suppliers must provide to their customers upon discovering any violation of a contaminant standard. This annual report should not be the primary notification of potential health risks posed by drinking water, but will provide customers with a snapshot of their drinking water supply. EPA is committed to use the Internet as a way for citizens to find information about their drinking water.
EPA has a local drinking water information web page that offers links to many Internet-accessible water quality reports. In addition, the public can use the site to find specific information about its local drinking water supply, including information about the state's drinking water program and source water protection program.
More information is available on EPA's drinking water website or from the Safe Drinking Water Hotline ((800) 426-4791).
The Water Quality / Consumer Confidence Report for water delivered in 2019 will be published in June 2020.