RWD 3 water is perfectly safe for consumption!!
The violation only pertained to half of our district, which is the Tacora/Foyil side of our district.
EPA has very strict standards that we are required to meet. Water districts are required to take a certain amount of samples at designated sites, at designated times each month. When something is off the tiniest bit from EPA/DEQ requirements, water districts are required to notify their customers, which is what we did. The proper adjustments were immediately made and everything meets EPA & DEQ standards.
*Note: Unfortunately, sometimes violations occur due to a tiny contaminate while taking the sample, not neccesarily in the entire water system.