Drinking Water Quality
As a drinking water provider, CFPUA conducts hundreds of tests every month on water throughout our service area. In order to stay ahead of trends and monitor the performance of our treatment technology, CFPUA conducts required and voluntary tests on a wide array of contaminants. These tests help us monitor for compounds that are currently regulated, or may be regulated in the future, and help us to understand when future investment in more advanced treatment technology may be necessary.
Where Can I Find the Results of Required CFPUA Water Testing for My Area?
The North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality maintains a database called Drinking Water Watch, which provides results of the required testing conducted by drinking water providers. To find the information needed to access the data for your water system, please review these instructions.
Where can i find the results for emerging contaminant testing?
Both recent and historical results for unregulated emerging contaminants such as GenX, PFCs, PFOA & PFOS, and 1,4-Dioxane can be found on our Emerging Contaminants page.
Where can I learn about the compounds CFPUA tests for?
To learn more about compounds that CFPUA conducts special testing for, see the "More Information on Compounds Found In Drinking Water" list below. The links will take you to a page that gives a brief description of each compound.
Where Can I Find the Results of Voluntary CFPUA Water Testing for My Area?
The most recent results for these compounds can be viewed by selecting the report for each water system below.