Drinking Water Consumer Confidence Report

What is a Consumer Confidence Report?

The Consumer Confidence Report, or CCR, is an annual water quality report that a water system is required to  provide every year to its customers. The CCR helps people make informed choices about the water they drink.

They let people know what contaminants if any, are in their drinking water, and how these contaminants may affect their health. CCRs also give the system a chance to tell customers what is required to provide them with safe drinking water.

The CCR lists the regulated parameters for the drinking water system and the concentration levels that were detected for the system during the preceding calendar year.

Rota 2013 Consumer Confidence Report

Rota 2013 Consumer Confident Report - Spanish version

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Rota 2012 Consumer Confidence Report

Rota 2012 Consumer Confidence Report - Spanish version

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