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Clean bill of health for Plymouth water

May 15, 2014

PLYMOUTH – City of Plymouth residents began receiving their annual drinking water consumer confidence report and once again it’s good news.

Yearly the city Water Department publishes a report regulated by the Indiana Department of Environmental Management and the Environmental Protection Agency regarding the quality of drinking water in Plymouth. IDEM and the EPA monitor compliance with each agencies regulatory standards for water consumed in city.

Each agency has found that water in the city of Plymouth met or exceeded the quality standards set forth at both the state and federal levels.

Water in Plymouth is pumped from wells at several points around the city. Several processes are used to ensure that that water is free of contaminates and is also tested for levels of any substances used in those filtration processes. The report shows residents levels of various organic and inorganic compounds found and/or tested for and the dates when the tests were performed.