2019 Annual Drinking Report for Jonesville, Va

The 2019 Drinking Water Quality Report is an annual report, created to keep the public informed on the quality of your available drinking water supply.The intended goal of Water Treatment Plants are to provide a safe and reliable source of water.
As such, the quality of drinking water is given state and federal level requirements administered by the Virginia Department of Health. For those requiring more information on local drinking water, and how you can get involved in decisions affecting the quality of your drinking water you may contact Jonesville Mayor, Jerry Harris at 276-346-1151. For additional questions as to the Annual Drinking Water Quality Report you may phone Brian S. Bush at 276-346-0020
Local sources of water, both tap water and bottled water are lakes, ponds, reservoirs, rivers, springs, streams and wells. Possible contaminants of source water that can be picked up as the water travels across the surface of the land and may include, microbial contaminants, such as viruses and bacteria, contaminants from sewage treatment plants, livestock, wild animal, and septic systems. Salts and metals, either naturally occurring or resulting from storm water runoff, industrial or domestic waste water, oil and gas production, farming and mining. Pesticides and herbicides, organic chemical contaminants are among those potentially present hazards.
The results of Jonesville’s Annual Drinking Water Report listed no violations of any water quality standards, and additional information is available in a paper copy format that you can pick up at the Jonesville Town Hall upon request. The paper copy lists potential contaminants testing for and the levels, including zero traces of possible things found in the annual report.

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