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Table 10

Just Add Water: Table 10

May 1, 1996

Table 10.

The largest drinking water systems reported to EPA as exceeding the lead action level, 1994-1995.

 
Water System City Served State Population Date of Lead
Action Level
Exceedance
Charleston CPW Charleston SC 197,343 6/30/94
New Bedford Water Department New Bedford MA 105,000 6/30/94
Brockton Water Department Brockton MA 105,000 12/31/94
Anniston Water & Sewer Board Anniston AL 59,643 12/31/95
Camden City Water Dept Camden NJ 54,100 6/30/94
Bristol County Water Authority Warren RI 50,000 6/30/95
Conyers Conyers GA 45,355 2/18/94
Summerville Summerville SC 42,502 6/30/95
Perth Amboy Perth Amvoy NJ 42,000 6/30/95
Southern CA Water Co. Cordova CA 41,840 1/31/94
Miramar Miramar FL 41,100 12/31/94
Sayreville Water Dept Sayreville NJ 39,000 6/30/94
Hillsboro, Forest Grove Forest Grove OR 38,722 7/28/95
LaGrange LaGrange GA 36,920 6/30/94
Aiken Aiken SC 35,146 6/30/95
Galesburg Galesburg IL 34,358 3/31/94
Media Water Company Media PA 32,100 12/31/94
Schuylkill Co. Municipal Authority Pottsville PA 31,850 12/31/94
Darlington County W&SA Darlington SC 30,999 6/30/94
O Fallon O Fallon IL 30,500 4/1/94
 
Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from EPA Safe Drinking Water Information System 1994-1996.