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Make Your Water Quality Report Work for You

Your water system is already be equipped with the information customers are seeking, thanks to the Safe Drinking Water Act requirement to provide an annual Consumer Confidence Report (CCR) to the public.

The CCR, frequently known as the annual Water Quality Report, summarizes the results of the previous year’s drinking water quality analyses, communicates information about a water supply system, and conveys health impacts of drinking water. Assuming your water system already made paper copies of the CCR available and/or posted a direct link to the entire report on the utility’s website as required by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, it's a good idea to remind customers the information is always available.

If your utility needs public information or media relations assistance, contact Andrea Boe, AE2S Communications Practice Leader, at