2010 Water Quality
Montgomery County is pleased to announce that, once again, the water supply meets or exceeds all national standards for quality. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency requires all water departments to provide customers with water quality information. Montgomery County Water Services customers should receive the report next week.

The report is expanded to include more than the EPA required information. According to a survey conducted by Wright State University, over 69% of Water Services’ residential customers read the report. “We use the Water Quality report as a tool to provide valuable and interesting information to our customers. We view this as an opportunity to inform our customers on not only the excellent quality of their water, but also about their Water Services Department,” said Gregory J. Merrill, Environmental Services Department Director.

The report is posted on the Department’s website: http://www.mcohio.org/Montgomery/services/water/docs/Water_Quality_Report_2010.pdf.

For additional copies of the report call (937)781-2532.
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