Lead and Copper Sample Testing To Be Completed
Lead and copper is not present in our water distribution network. However, the impact of older homes having used lead-fused service lines and internal plumbing could present a potential health hazard to you and your family. The United States Environmental Protection Agency’s Safe Drinking Water Act of 1974 requires testing to ensure that lead and copper on private plumbing is not leaching into a customer’s drinking water. Homes built from 1983 to 1988 are the focus of the study as plumbing construction standards were more lenient during that time period.
For our customer’s safety, the Georgia Environmental Protection Division of the Department of Natural Resources actively enforces a regular end-use lead and copper testing program in compliance with the EPA standards…. –READ MORE–
Annual Water Quality Report
As part of our required annual water quality testing, which the US EPA refers to as the Consumer Confidence Report, you may review our water quality report here: https://www.bgjwsc.org/departments/water-production/waterqualityreport/
You may find it helpful to view presentations from various members of our staff given to members of the Commission during our 2017 Orientation.
Key Staff Contacts
– Hydrant Flow Tests, Taste, Color and Odor Complaints, Water Tests and Water Quality Information