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Ann Arbor Drinking Water Continues to Meet or Exceed State and Federal Requirements

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May 18, 2017 - ​The City of Ann Arbor has published its annual water quality report. The 2016 report is available online at a2gov.org/waterreport while printed versions are available at the Larcom City Hall Customer Service Center, Ann Arbor District Library branches, the Water Treatment Plant or by request by calling 734.794.6426.

The 2016 report, a requirement of the Safe Drinking Water Act, provides an in-depth look at sources of drinking water, levels of contaminants and important information on water quality issues. The report reflects Ann Arbor's rigorous testing and demonstrates how Ann Arbor drinking water continues to meet or exceed state and federal regulations. 

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Contact Information

Brian Steglitz
Water Treatment Plant Manager
734.794.6426
bsteglitz@a2gov.org


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