Is my drinking water safe?

Your water continues to be safe to drink and use based on the EPA health advisory level. Water from your tap meets every federal and state standard for safe drinking water. There have been no exceedances of state or federal regulations for 1,4-dioxane or any other drinking water contaminant. Levels of 1,4-dioxane detected in District wells and drinking water reservoirs are consistently below the EPA health advisory level. A health advisory is a guideline that represents an estimated acceptable level for a substance in drinking water based on health effects information. For more information, see the Agency for Toxic Substance & Disease Registry website https://www.atsdr.cdc.gov/substances/toxcommunity.asp

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1. Is my drinking water safe?
2. Is this substance in my water?
3. What is a part per billion?
4. How did the District find out that 1,4-dioxane was in the District’s groundwater sources?
5. What is 1,4-dioxane?
6. What level of 1,4-dioxane is considered safe in drinking water?
7. What is the District doing now that it knows this substance is present in the water?
8. Does the District know the source of 1,4-dioxane?
9. How are the State and EPA working to address the source of 1,4-Dioxane in the District's drinking water supply?
10. How will the District keep customers informed about the occurrences of 1,4-Dioxane?
11. How can I contact the District to get more information on this topic?