Lee County Utilities annual water-quality report available
Lee County Utilities’ customers received water that met or exceeded all federal and state requirements last year, according to a recent report that has been placed online at www.leewaterquality.com.
The report, which also includes information such as source water assessments and service areas, is required annually by the Environmental Protection Agency.
To save ratepayers money, the annual water-quality report can be placed online instead of direct-mailing customers, according to federal regulations.
“The ability to provide the report online eliminates the need to print and mail more than 80,000 copies. This method reduces the use of environmental resources and reduces the cost of producing the report,” Public Utilities Director Pam Keyes said.
Lee County Utilities’ 2018 Water Quality Report can be found at www.leewaterquality.com. A printed copy can be obtained by contacting Customer Service at 239-533-8845.