What is a Consumer Confidence Report (CCR)?
The CCR is an annual water quality report that all community water systems are required to provide. It is based on the 1996 Amendments to the Safe Drinking Water Act and the right-to-know provisions of that Act. Each customer of ACWWA has the opportunity to review it annually. The CCR helps them to make informed choices about the water quality they drink. The report lets the customers of ACWWA know what contaminants, if any, are in their drinking water, and how these contaminants may affect their health. Be assured that the water ACWWA provides the community meets and / or is better than all water quality standards.

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1. Does the annual water quality report indicate we have quality water?
2. What is a Consumer Confidence Report (CCR)?
3. When are the CCRs made available to the residents of ACWWA?
4. Why would a current CCR contain results from a previous calendar year?