Community Water System Source Water Assessment Reports and Summaries
Source Water Assessment Reports and Summaries
identify the vulnerability of public water system sources
(wells and surface water intakes) to potential contamination.
All source water assessments were performed by the DEP in
cooperation with the US Geological Survey. Each water source
received a susceptibility rating of high, medium, or low
for each of the following contaminant categories:
While these assessments identify
the potential for a drinking water source to become
contaminated, having a high susceptibility to contamination
does not mean you are drinking contaminated water.
drinking water quality is very good and public water
systems are continually monitored to ensure compliance
with State and Federal drinking water standards. If a
drinking water source is susceptible to contamination,
there are programs in place to address possible risks
and protect public health.
All Community Water System Source Water
Assessment Reports and Summaries are available. These
systems provide drinking water to approximately 85 to
90 percent of the State's population.
The Community Water System Source Water Assessment Reports
and Summaries can be obtained by entering information
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