Water Quality Report

Department of Public Works Department


6685 E. Ten Mile Road
Center Line, MI 48015
586-758-8278
Superintendent
Gary McKinney

Water Quality Report

Safe Drinking Water is a Shared Responsibility

Drinking water quality is important to our community and the region. The City of Center Line and the Great Lakes Water Authority (GLWA) are committed to meeting state and federal water quality standards including the Lead and Copper Rule. With the Great Lakes as our water source and proven treatment technologies, the GLWA consistently delivers safe drinking water to our community. (Community name) operates the system of water mains that carry this water to your home’s service line. This year’s Water Quality Report highlights the performance of GLWA and Center Line water professionals in delivering some of the nation’s best drinking water. Together, we remain committed to protecting public health and maintaining open communication with the public about our drinking water.

Center Line and the Great Lakes Water Authority are committed to safeguarding our water supply and delivering the highest quality drinking water to protect public health. Please contact us with any questions or concerns about your water.

Safe drinking water is a shared responsibility. The water that GLWA delivers to your community does not contain lead. Lead can leach into drinking water through home plumbing fixtures, and in some cases, customer service lines. Corrosion control reduces the risk of lead and copper from leaching into your water. Orthophosphates are added during the treatment process as a corrosion control method to create a protective coating in service pipes throughout the system, including in your home or business. The City of Center Line performs required lead and copper sampling and testing in our community. Water consumers also have a responsibility to maintain the plumbing in their homes and businesses, and can take steps to limit their exposure to lead.

For more information please read the following:

Lead and Copper in Water and Health Effects

Corrosion Control and Lead and Copper Testing

Service Lines and Plumbin Fixtures

Tips to Maintain Water Quality in the Home

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for basic information about drinking water contaminants.
 For a hardcopy of this report you can go to any City building and ask for a copy of the 
Consumer Confidence Report. You can also call and request a copy be sent to
your home.