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National Drinking Water Database


Tin (total) in New York


Tin is a metal that enters water from corrosion of household plumbing that contains bronze, pewter or solder components, erosion of natural deposits, and due to widespread use of tin-containing antimicrobials.

The Most Polluted Communities in New York

22 water utilities reported detecting Tin (total) in tap water since 2004, according to EWG's analysis of water quality data supplied by state water agencies

Ranked by highest average Tin (total) level

RankSystem Population Served Positive test results of total reported tests Average Level
(Range)
1Black River Village
Black River, NY
1,6001 of 141 ppb
(41 ppb)
2Rodman Town WD 1
Rodman, NY
1801 of 136 ppb
(36 ppb)
3Champion Wd#2 (H.champion)
Carthage, NY
2401 of 134 ppb
(34 ppb)
4Evans Mills Village
Evans Mills, NY
6442 of 223.5 ppb
(13 to 34 ppb)
5Copenhagen Village
Copenhagen, NY
8502 of 219.5 ppb
(6 to 33 ppb)
6Turin Village
Turin, NY
3501 of 114 ppb
(14 ppb)
7Glenfield Water District
Martinsburg, NY
2001 of 112 ppb
(12 ppb)
8Deferiet Village
Deferiet, NY
3002 of 211.5 ppb
(7 to 16 ppb)
9Antwerp Village
Antwerp, NY
9001 of 111 ppb
(11 ppb)
10Harrisville Village
Harrisville, NY
7001 of 111 ppb
(11 ppb)

Health Based Limits for Tin (total)

There are no health based standards that EWG is using for this chemical

Violation Summary for Tin (total) in New York

There are no violations reported for this contaminant in New York