Environmental Division NAVFAC FE PWD Yokosuka
Drinking Water Consumer Confidence Report
The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) requires drinking water suppliers to provide an annual water quality report / Consumer Confidence Report (CCR) to their customers. This report provides consumers information about their drinking water, including the water sources, contaminants detected in finished water, health effects of contaminants when violations occur, likely sources of detected contaminants, and availability of source water assessments. By understanding their water supplies, customers, especially those with special health needs, can make informed decisions regarding their use of drinking water.
The Consumer Confidence Report (CCR) is an annual public notification that summarizes the quality of drinking water delivered by Commander, Fleet Activities, Yokosuka (CFAY) within its area of responsibility (AOR): Hakozaki, Ikego, Nagai, Negishi, Tsurumi, Urago, Yokohama Fleet Mail Center, and Yokosuka Main Base.
Overseas U.S. naval installations are required to report the drinking water’s quality to their consuming public. Information is presented in this CCR on the sources of water to be distributed within the AOR, its constituents, and any health risks associated with contaminants. The CCR is designed to advance public understanding of CFAY’s water systems, potential hazards, and technical language.
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