What’s in your water? EBMUD’s Water Wednesday series explores water quality

Presentation is in English and Spanish

WHAT: Our water consistently surpasses state and federal drinking water requirements, but how exactly is drinking water treated to protect public health? Is all water the same? We test water but what are we testing for?

Quench your thirst for knowledge as EBMUD Water Quality Manager Susan Teefy, EBMUD Water Distribution Supervisor Javier Ramos, and California State Water Resources Control Board Section Chief Stefan Cajina discuss what’s in your drinking water and how it’s monitored and treated to protect public health.

The virtual event will be held in English and Spanish and will include a brief presentation, an explanation on how to conduct a water quality test, trivia, and a raffle.

WHEN: October 20, 6 - 7 p.m.

WHERE: Online at tinyurl.com/waterweds



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Learn more at: ebmud.com/waterwednesday


The East Bay Municipal Utility District has a proud history of providing high-quality drinking water for 1.4 million customers in Alameda and Contra Costa counties. EBMUD’s wastewater system serves 740,000 customers and helps protect the ecosystem of San Francisco Bay. EBMUD is a not-for-profit public agency established in 1923.

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