Use the drop down below to select your local water quality report. Here at Clearwater Systems, we think it is important for people to understand these reports so we’ve created this handy guide to interpreting the results. If you don’t see your town listed below, contact us for a free in-home water analysis and we’ll tell you exactly what’s in your water.
Find your Water Quality Report
Ohio Water Quality Reports:
Montana Water Quality Reports
Virginia Water Quality Reports
Where the Water Supply Comes From?
[one_half]Surface Water, which is susceptible to contamination directly entering the supply.[/one_half][one_half last]Ground Water, which is susceptible to contaminants that are present in the soil and the rock as the water makes its way to the aquifer.[/one_half]
Contaminants that Might be Present
Virus or bacteria from sewage, agriculture or wildlife
Rock or metal based, usually naturally occurring
Carbon based, usually industry by-product
Typically naturally occurring, but could be elevated by mining operations
Each chemical or contaminant that has a health risk and has the potential of being in the water supply is listed and monitored by your Municipality.
The average of all samples over the year, which is used to determine violations.
MCLG (Maximum Contaminant Level Goal)
Testing shows that below these levels there is no health impact.
Range of Detections
The actual span of recorded contaminant levels.
MCL (Maximum Contaminant Level)
Level set by the EPA that weights treatment cost vs. health impact.
Interpreting Your Report
These five data points are presented in a chart, graph or text on each Consumer Confidence Report for Water Quality. Sometimes they can be difficult to understand, so we have provided some insight to help with your interpretation of the data.
Still have questions? Contact us to schedule a free in-home water test and we’ll tell you exactly what is in your water and how to treat it.