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Consumer Confidence Report is available

Norman water utility customers will soon receive an insert in their utilities bill with a link to the online version of the 2017 Consumer Confidence Report (CCR) for the Norman Water System. The report is available at www.normanwater.com.
The annual report is required by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA). The purpose of the report is to inform the public regarding water quality, water sources, types of testing and test results. The water treatment plant tests the water throughout the treatment process every day to ensure it meets the National Drinking Water Standards set by the EPA.    
“Our water treatment plant staff is proud to provide our customers with drinking water that meets or exceeds all state and federal government safety and quality standards,” said Ken Komiske, utilities director. “The CCR report is our opportunity to let customers know that they can have confidence in their drinking water supply.  
“The annual report also gives us an opportunity to remind customers of the importance of conserving and protecting our water which is a limited resource.”
Paper copies of the CCR report can be requested by contacting the Water Treatment Division at 321-2182 or by email at wtp_admin@normanok.gov.
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Norman water utility customers will soon receive an insert in their utilities bill with a link to the online version of the 2017 Consumer Confidence Report (CCR) for the Norman Water System. The report is available at www.normanwater.com.

The annual report is required by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA). The purpose of the report is to inform the public regarding water quality, water sources, types of testing and test results. The water treatment plant tests the water throughout the treatment process every day to ensure it meets the National Drinking Water Standards set by the EPA.    

“Our water treatment plant staff is proud to provide our customers with drinking water that meets or exceeds all state and federal government safety and quality standards,” said Ken Komiske, utilities director. “The CCR report is our opportunity to let customers know that they can have confidence in their drinking water supply.  

“The annual report also gives us an opportunity to remind customers of the importance of conserving and protecting our water which is a limited resource.”

Paper copies of the CCR report can be requested by contacting the Water Treatment Division at 321-2182 or by email at wtp_admin@normanok.gov.

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