Drinking Water Quality Report now available | Health
CLEARWATER, Florida -- The City of Clearwater Public Utilities Department has released its annual Water Quality Report.
The report contains pertinent water quality information of interest to Clearwater residents.
As part of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's "Safe Drinking Water Act Amendments," all water systems throughout the country must publish this annual report.
"I am pleased that our water quality meets or exceeds national drinking standards. This is a testament to the great job our employees do in performing their daily work to secure the integrity and safety of our water system," said Tracy Mercer, Public Utilities Director.
A copy of the Water Quality Report was mailed to all customers. Additional copies of the report will be available at City Hall, in Customer Service at the Municipal Services Building, and at public libraries. You can read it online at www.myclearwater.com by selecting "Public Utilities" from the tab, "Browse City Departments."
The report also is available in Spanish. To learn more about the city's water quality or to request a copy by mail, call (727) 562-4960 or visit www.myclearwater.com.
Info courtesy The Ciy of Clearwater