Southside Water Inc.
Human sex hormones are sometimes detected at low concentrations in drinking water. There are no current health guidelines to determine whether these exposures are safe, or if they could pose a risk to human health.
Testing results - average by year
|Year||Average result||Samples taken||Detections||Range of results|
|2014||0.270 ppt||4||2||ND - 0.640 ppt|
ppt = parts per trillion
All test results