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Water Quality Reports (CCR)

Water Quality Reports (CCR)


If you have ever wondered where your water comes from or what is in your drinking water, you will find the answer to these and more questions in the annual Drinking Water Quality Report (also known as the Consumer Confidence Report – CCR). Public water suppliers must provide these reports to their water customers each year by July 1, as required by the 1996 amendments to the Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA).

2023 Annual Drinking Water Quality Report (CCR)
2022 Annual Drinking Water Quality Report (CCR)

The City of Sealy maintains water quality in the distribution system through continuous monitoring of water, temperature, and disinfectant residual. Water is also tested for Total Coliform bacteria, which are usually indicators of microbial contamination of drinking water because they are often found in association with other disease-causing organisms.

Your drinking water is also tested on a regular basis for organic and inorganic chemicals, pesticides, herbicides, metals, minerals, and more. Any substance detected will be listed in the annual drinking water quality reports. If something isn’t listed, it’s because it was not detected in the regular sampling.

The City of Sealy also maintains a chlorine disinfectant residual of at least 0.20 milligrams per liter (mg/L) throughout the water distribution system to prevent against bacteriological contamination. Having a disinfectant residual is required to prevent the spread of waterborne disease.