Water Quality Standards

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Each year by July 1, Skagit PUD produces consumer confidence reports (CCR) and a water use efficiency report for our customers.

Consumer Confidence Report

CCR2021 - CoverThe Consumer Confidence Report is intended to be a brief annual water quality report from a public water system to its customers.

The primary purpose of the CCR is to summarize water quality data that Skagit PUD already collects. It also includes information on compliance, source water, and some required educational information.

A CCR explains to customers where their water comes from and what Skagit PUD does to deliver safe drinking water to their homes. This information helps people make informed choices about the water they drink. Customers will know what contaminants, if any, are in their drinking water and how they may affect their health. The report also explains what it takes to deliver safe drinking water at the turn of the tap.

Water Use Efficiency Report

In 2007, the Washington State Department of Health (DOH) established a Water Use Efficiency Program to ensure efficient operation and water systems management. With it came new requirements that require municipal water suppliers to set conservation goals and report annually on their performance to customers and the DOH.

Through a public forum process, Skagit PUD has established measurable six-year water-saving goals for our distribution system's supply-side and demand-side. These goals provide a benchmark for achievement and play a significant role in defining the PUD’s water use efficiency program's success.

Our water use efficiency goals, and the steps we are taking to meet those goals, are updated annually.

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