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2016 WSU drinking water quality report available

water-faucet-dripPULLMAN, Wash – WSU has issued its 2016 Consumer Confidence Report on Drinking Water Quality for the Pullman campus.

The US Environmental Protection Agency requires that public water systems issue an annual drinking water quality report to the users of the system. This annual report explains where the water comes from, what it contains, and the sampling and treatment that WSU performs to prevent health risks. To view the report, go to the WSU Environmental Health and Safety website, or contact Gene Patterson, 335-3041,


Media Contact:

  • Gene Patterson, Public Health/Water Quality, WSU Environmental Health and Safety, 509-335-5510,

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