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Table 6

Just Add Water: Table 6

May 1, 1996

Table 6.

The largest drinking water systems with reported chronic coliform violations, 1994-1995.

 
Water System City Served State Population Number of Chronic Coliform Violations Most Recent Chronic Coliform Violation
New York City - Aqueduct System New York City NY 6,552,718 1 6/1/94 - 6/30/94
Water And Sewer Utility Adm. Washington DC DC 595,000 2 11/1/95 - 12/1/95
Greenville Water System Greenville SC 240,500 1 7/1/94 - 7/31/94
Jersey City Dept Of Water Jersey City NJ 228,537 1 10/1/95 - 11/1/95
California Water Service Bakersfield CA 182,670 1 6/1/94 - 6/30/94
Modesto, City Of Modesto CA 180,320 5 7/1/95 - 7/31/95
HCPUD/South Central Tampa FL 134,741 1 8/1/94 - 8/31/94
Desert Water Agency Palm Springs CA 125,000 1 2/1/94 - 2/28/94
Walnut Valley Water District Walnut CA 120,000 1 9/1/94 - 9/30/94
Salem Public Works Salem OR 116,000 1 11/1/95 - 12/1/95
Lawton Lawton OK 110,880 1 9/1/94 - 9/30/94
Elizabeth Water Department Elizabeth NJ 110,002 2 8/1/94 - 8/31/94
HCPUD/Northwest Utilities Tampa FL 101,273 2 8/1/94 - 8/31/94
Dominguez Water Corp Long Beach CA 100,000 1 10/1/95 - 10/31/95
PCUD-West New Port Richey FL 99,548 2 7/1/94 - 7/31/94
Cambridge Water Department Cambridge MA 95,802 1 8/1/94 - 8/31/94
Cal. Water Service Company Hermosa/Redondo CA 90,870 3 8/1/95 - 8/31/95
Plantation, East & Central Plantation FL 75,425 1 3/1/94 - 3/31/94
 
Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from EPA Safe Drinking Water Information System 1994-1996.