The University of Iowa notified its campus consumers that it has received notice that its water system had violated a drinking water standard. City of Iowa City Water is not experiencing the same issue as the University supply. 
Total Trihalomethanes Yearly Running Average

In 2003, the City of Iowa City began treating its water in a state-of-the-art multi-source water purification facility. That facility provides the best water quality possible for Iowa City and University Heights residents. Iowa City's rolling (TTHM) average for 2016 was well below the Safe Drinking Water Standard at 32.9 parts per billion.   

University officials say this is not an emergency, but notified the campus that their water system had exceeded the Environmental Protection Agency's Safe Drinking Water Standard of 80 parts per billion (ppb) Total Trihalomethanes (TTHM’s) in their drinking water. 

Those with questions about City of Iowa City drinking water can contact Water Superintendent Kevin Slutts at 319-356-5162. 

 

Date of publication

Friday, February 10, 2017

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