Tampa's Drinking Water Quality Report is Now Available

05/04/15

TAMPA, FL (May 4, 2014) - Tampa's drinking water continues to meet or exceed every health standard developed by both the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and Florida Department of Environmental Protection, according to the City's just-released 2014 Water Quality Report.

"We are proud to contribute to the health, welfare and quality of life in Tampa by providing daily delivery of high quality drinking water to homes and businesses,” said Tampa’s new Water Department Director, Chuck Weber. "We look forward to continue meeting and exceeding state and federal drinking water standards to bring you drinking water that is reliably of the highest quality."

Annually the Tampa Water Department produces and distributes a Water Quality Report for analyses performed on its water in the previous calendar year. The report contains information on Tampa's water sources, how the water is treated, how the water is tested, specific test results for any compounds detected in Tampa's water and other helpful consumer information.

Water Department customers will receive a copy of the calendar year 2014 report enclosed in their City of Tampa utility bills before July 1. Users who do not receive an individual City of Tampa utility bill or other interested persons can view this year's Water Quality Report at www.TampaGov.net/WaterQuality or request one by calling (813) 274-8121, option #5.

The skilled men and women of the Tampa Water Department support the 24-hours-a-day, 7-days-a-week operation to provide clean, safe drinking water to our community.

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