The health and well-being of Sailors, their families and civilians are the Navy’s top priority, including those assigned to overseas Navy installations.
The Navy's drinking water systems comply with all applicable Federal, State, and local safe drinking water regulations, Executive Orders, and Navy Policy by performing water quality monitoring (including some or all of the following based on system type: bacteria, lead, copper, disinfection by-products, and other chemicals) and providing customers an annual Consumer Confidence Report as well as investigating and resolving customer complaints.
Other Navy policy requirements include Distribution System Sanitary Survey reviews and programs for cross-connection control, backflow prevention, operation and maintenance, and unidirectional flushing. All these programs are designed to ensure that safe drinking water is delivered to every consumer.
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. Shown below are links for the CCRs for each of the Commander, Navy Region Japan installations.
Consumer Confidence Reports by Installation
CFA Okinawa (Camp Shields, White Beach, Awase, Tengan Pier)
- Awase English 2016 | 2015
- Awase Japanses 2016 | 2015
- Camp Shields English 2016 | 2015
- Camp Shields Japanese 2016 | 2015
- Tengan Pier English 2016 | 2015
- Tengan Pier Japanese 2016 | 2015
- White Beach English 2016 | 2015
- White Beach Japanese 2016 | 2015
NSF Digeo Garcia
- English 2016