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Report: City surpasses water quality standards

by: SPOKESMAN FILE PHOTO: JOSH KULLA - Private company Veolia runs the city of Wilsonville's water treatment plant, shown here. Wilsonville released its 2014 Annual Water Quality Report, which documents results of the City’s 2013 water-quality monitoring and testing.

The report lists the regulated contaminants that may be detected in treated water and the sample results from Wilsonville’s water system. This year’s version shows that in every category of chemical measurement that the city’s water quality surpasses all federal and state standards for drinking water.

“The City of Wilsonville works closely with Veolia Water, the operator of our Willamette River Water Treatment Plant, to ensure safe and healthy drinking water is supplied to our residents and businesses,” said Delora Kerber, the city’s Public Works director. “The city is fortunate to have an abundant and reliable source of water along with a state-of-the-art water treatment plant that produces high-quality water exceeding all federal and state standards.”

The water quality report is available online at ci.wilsonville.or.us/WaterQualityReport.



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