Annual Drinking Water Quality Report
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To protect Public Health and satisfy Public's right to know
about local Environmental information, EPA established the requirement that
Water Suppliers must provide annual water quality information to their
customers. This information will be specially beneficial to new residents
and people planning to move in the city of Pembroke Pines. Environmental
division of Public Services Department of the City of Pembroke Pines is
providing its residents with its annual water quality report. The report
explains water source, how water is treated, contaminants detected, and how it
compares to standards set by regulatory agencies. For more information
about your drinking water, please contact us at 954-450-6900.
Does the drinking water meet EPA standards?
our water meets and exceeds all of EPA's established standards. During 2005,
nnumerous analyses were performed by the Water Plant laboratory, City’s
certified lab and certified independent labs for various constituents and
contaminants that may be in the drinking water.
Water is safer than Tap Water?
The safety of bottled water and tap depends on the source,
water quality monitoring and source protection, as well as treatment and testing
ultimately determine the quality of the finished product. in the United
States, tap water is monitored and tested rigorously.
Click here to
view the Water Quality Test Results Table.
is committed to meeting all current and future water quality
standards. Our mission is to provide high-quality drinking water to our
customers. As always, it is our pleasure to serve you and keep you informed
about the quality of your drinking water. If you have any suggestions or
comments, please feel free to call us at 954-450-6900. Your questions and
comments are welcome.
To report emergency, after hours, please call 954-986-5011. Personnel at
Water Plant operate the plant 24 hours a day, 365 days a year to provide
top quality water to every tap.
In the unlikely event of a Water Emergency, boil
drinking water until further notice. Boil water vigorously for three minutes. Improve taste by pouring
from one vessel to another several times. Stay tuned to television and radio for announcements.
a home water treatment device make tap water safer and more healthful?
Filters may change the taste, smell or appearance of tap
water, but will not necessarily make the water safer to drink. All home
treatment devices require regular maintenance or water quality problems may