CFPUA Releases 2017 water Quality Report
As a public water supplier, CFPUA is required by federal law to produce and distribute a Water Quality Report to its customers by July 1st of each year. In this year’s report, you will find information on your water source, a list of regulated contaminants, a list of unregulated contaminants and important information on potential health impacts and standards violations.
To learn more about the report, and for tips on interpreting it, see this EPA primer.
This year’s report can be found by going directly to www.cfpua.org/2017WQReport and is also listed under the HOW DO I section of our homepage.
Paper copies of the report are also available and are located at various locations around town and will be mailed upon request:
• CFPUA (Customer Service & Administrative Offices) – 235 Government Center Drive
• NHC Government Complex (Information Desk) – 230 Government Center Drive
• Wilmington City Hall – 102 N. Third Street
• Wilmington Housing Authority – 1524 S. 15th Street
• New Hanover County Libraries (3 Branches: Downtown/Myrtle Grove/Northeast Regional – Military Cutoff)
You can also request a copy by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
CFPUA COMMENTS ON DRAFT PROFILE RELEASED BY USDHHS
Yesterday afternoon, CFPUA submitted a public comment to the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR) on its draft toxicological profile for perfluoroalkyls. The profile, released last week, reduces the Minimum Risk Levels previously established by the Agency for PFOA and PFOS compounds.
In our comment, CFPUA voiced our concern that levels of these compounds in our drinking water have exceeded the new Minimum Risk Levels on many occasions, and we repeated our call for these compounds to effectively controlled at the source.
Read CFPUA’s Public Comment
CFPUA RECEIVES RESPONSE FROM NCDHHS ON USDHHS REPORT
Upon the release of the new draft toxicological report on per-fluorinated compounds mentioned above, CFPUA reached out to NCDEQ and NCDHHS for information on its implications on drinking water. Last week, NCDHHS responded and informed us that they are reviewing the report, but are not recommending additional steps at this time. We have not yet received a response from NCDEQ.
Share Your Thoughts: CFPUA Conducts Customer Survey on GenX and the Sweeney Water Treatment Plant
This month, CFPUA is conducting a customer survey on GenX and the potential upgrade to the Sweeney Water Treatment Plant. The survey is meant to provide customers and members of the community an opportunity to give us their feedback on CFPUA actions regarding GenX and other per-fluorinated compounds.
The survey will be available through June, and all answers will remain anonymous.
If you would like to participate in the survey, you may access it through our website or fill it out in-person at one of our office locations below.
- 235 Government Center Drive 305 Chestnut Street
- Wilmington, NC 28403 Wilmington, NC 28401