County surpasses federal and state standards
DECATUR. Ga. – DeKalb County Department of Watershed Management (DWM) has released the 2020 Drinking Water Quality Report, also referred to as a Consumer Confidence Report (CCR). DWM continues to surpass all federal and state drinking water quality standards, providing DeKalb County customers with high-quality drinking water.
The CCR provides detailed information on monitoring data gathered from water quality testing during 2019. DWM serves more than 700,000 customers and is responsible for treating and distributing drinking water and collecting and treating wastewater throughout DeKalb County.
By law, tap water is tested for various water quality parameters to ensure that the water is safe for people to drink. DeKalb County collects and tests over 250 samples per month from locations throughout the distribution system. Additionally, DeKalb County also conducts 45 daily production control tests, 365 days a year.
The CCR is being distributed through Facebook, Twitter and NextDoor and is available on DWM’s website at www.dekalbcountyga.gov/DWM-CCR.