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Water Quality

Overview

Water Quality

EMWD delivers value to our customers and the communities we serve by providing safe, reliable, economical and environmentally sustainable water.

If you have questions about your water quality, please contact the Water Quality department Monday through Friday between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. at 951-928-3777, ext. 3327.

You may also submit your questions online.

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Annual Consumer Confidence Report (CCR)

2022 Consumer Confidence Report - English

Please take a moment to read the latest Consumer Confidence Report (CCR) to see how EMWD’s water continues to meet and exceed state and federal regulations. This annual report regarding water quality is published no later than July 1, each year. 

2022 Consumer Confidence Report - English

2022 Consumer Confidence Report - Español

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Backflow/Cross-Connection

EMWD works diligently to deliver safe and reliable drinking water to its customers. This effort begins with protecting our water supply sources – such as groundwater wells – and continues through the entire treatment and distribution process until the water reaches the meter. However, some hazardous conditions may exist on customer properties, which risk that safe drinking water supply.

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Additional Information About Tap Water

The availability of clean, safe, healthy drinking water is something most of us take for granted. The water that flows from your tap is more than just a convenience; it contributes to the quality of life that we all enjoy. A well maintained water system is critical to public health, fire protection, and comes at a value that can’t be beat when compared to bottled water.

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Lead and Copper Service Line Study
Revised Lead and Copper Rule - Self-Identification of Pipe Material

Picture of Lead and Copper Pipe for Scratch Test

In accordance with the new Federal regulations and guidelines released on August 4, 2022, Eastern Municipal Water District (EMWD) is conducting a lead and copper service line study throughout its service area. 

Previous studies have indicated that EMWD customers are not at risk; however, the United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) and the State Water Resources Control Board’s Division of Drinking Water require that lead pipelines on the customer side of the water meter, built prior to 1986, be identified.