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Consumer Confidence Reports

July 1st of every year marks the day by which community water systems across these United States are required to have supplied to their customers the previous year’s Consumer Confidence Report (CCR), more commonly known as the water quality report. Although your water company tests for a great many elements, chemicals, compounds, molecules, particles, and life forms in your drinking water, the CCR is only supposed to contain those items that were detected in the water served to the public at concentrations above a defined level. There is a lot packed into that sentence that may be a bit (or a lot) confusing.  If it seems confusing to you, or if you just don't have the time to deal with all the work that can into producing a CCR, then please let an experienced professional at We Work 4 Water do it for you.  Just send us an e-mail with your contact information, and we’ll get back to you right away to discuss it.  For more information on CCRs, check out this WeWork4Water blog post.

 

We can help you with...

  • Monthly, quarterly, and annual reporting.
  • Required on-line or other electronic reporting.
  • Writing sampling plans.
  • Creating compliance sampling schedules and programs.
  • And more! Please contact us with any questions you may have.

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