DURHAM, N.C. — Once again, the City of Durham and Department of Water Management are proud to announce zero violations of Durham’s drinking water quality standards in 2016. This and other achievements are highlighted in the 2016 annual water quality report, “Flowing Into the Future.” The report, required by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), is now available on the City’s website at http://durhamnc.gov/946/Annual-Reports.
“It takes more than 300 talented, dedicated Water Management employees to ensure all of our customers have clean, safe water every time they turn on the tap,” said Don Greeley, director of the Department of Water Management. “We encourage our customers to read this report and learn how much effort it takes to provide and protect this valuable natural resource, and what we are doing now to plan for future decades and a growing Durham.”
The EPA requires all water utilities publish water quality reports annually to customers by July 1. EPA regulations allow us to distribute this report electronically at the link above. Customers may also request a printed copy by emailing [email protected] or calling (919) 560-4381.
About the Department of Water Management
The Department of Water Management is responsible for the operation and maintenance of Durham's water supply, water treatment and water reclamation (wastewater treatment) facilities, the collection and distribution systems (including meter reading), and customer billing services. The department has a wide variety of support divisions and programs to maintain the existing infrastructure that provide these integral services, and strives to be a responsible steward of the City’s physical assets. For information, visit http://durhamnc.gov/944/, like Durham Saves Water on Facebook, and follow @DurhamWater on Twitter.