How to Read a Water Quality Report: What it Does (and Doesn’t) Tell You

AHA Governing Committee member, Debbie Cerda

All community public water systems are required annually to provide consumers important information about their drinking water quality via the Consumer Confidence Report (“CCR”), also referred to as the “Drinking Water Quality Report.” This report includes extensive information about where the water comes from and what is in the water so that consumers can make practical, informed decisions regarding potential risks associated to their drinking water supply. Learn about what information is required, as well as what may not be included and where to find that information that most impacts your brewing process.

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