Stillwater News

2017 water quality reports for municipal and rural water systems now online

Released:Aug 31, 2018


(STILLWATER, OKLAHOMA / Aug. 31, 2018) – Water customers who receive their water from the City of Stillwater’s municipal or rural water systems can now view the 2017 water quality reports online on the City’s website. This report is also known as the consumer confidence report.

If you receive paper utility bills in the mail, you will also receive a paper copy of your system’s report in an upcoming bill.

A public notice for both water quality reports is also available online and in your paper bills. This notice includes details about missed sampling for bromate and total organic carbon for monitoring periods listed on the notice and failure to perform total organic carbon removal and turbidity reduction to the required standard.

Upon discovery of the missed sampling, we performed sampling and found both bromate and total organic carbons to be well below the maximum contaminate level.

All required water samples are now being collected and analyzed according to our sample schedule.

Improvements in our treatment techniques ensure that total organic carbon removal and turbidity results will remain within compliance.

There is nothing you need to do at this time. This is not an emergency. If this had been an emergency, you would have been notified immediately.

If you have questions about the water quality report and the public notice, contact our Water Resources department.

The 2017 annual water quality report provides information about the quality of your drinking water, the efforts made to improve the water treatment process and how we protect out water resources. Our goal is to make sure you have a safe and dependable supply of drinking water.

The City of Stillwater routinely monitors your drinking water for constituents according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality rules and regulations.



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