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Primary Water Source Type Population Served
Surface water purchased 73932

This report was created on FEB-23-2020
Results are based on data extracted on JAN-07-2020

NOTICE: EPA is aware of inaccuracies and underreporting of some data in the Safe Drinking Water Information System. We are working with the states to improve the quality of the data.

The tables below list all violations that the state reported to EPA for this water system. Health-based violations are listed first, followed by monitoring, reporting, and other violations.

Health Based Violations: amount of contaminant exceeded safety standard (MCL) or water was not treated properly.
No health-based violations found. EPA has no record of any health-based violations reported by the state for this water system (Violations within last 10 years are included in this report).

Monitoring and Reporting and Other Violations: system failed to complete all samples or sample in a timely manner, or had another non-health-based violation. A significant monitoring violation means the system failed to take a large percentage of the required samples. Non-significant monitoring violations indicate that the water system failed to take some of the required samples, but did do some of the required sampling.

No monitoring or other violations found. EPA has no record of monitoring or other violations reported by the state for this water system (Violations within the last 10 years are included in this report).
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Additional Information

In fiscal year 2005 (the last year for which EPA has complete data) based on information reported to EPA by the states, 1.5 percent of all systems reported a treatment technique violation, 6.1 percent of all systems reported an MCL violation, and 24 percent of all systems reported a reporting/monitoring violation.