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Water sample results collected on July 28 and August 5, 2014 showed nitrate levels of 11.4 mg/L and 11.5 mg/L respectively. This is above the nitrate standard, or maximum contaminant level (MCL), of 10 mg/L adopted by the State of Delaware. Nitrate in drinking water is a serious health concern for infants less than six months old.
Nitrate in drinking water can come from natural, industrial, or agricultural sources (including septic systems and run-off). Levels of nitrate in drinking water can vary throughout the year. We’ll let you know when the amount of nitrate is again below the limit. We will investigate options to lower the nitrate levels below 10 mg/L. We anticipate resolving the problem within one year.
For more information, please contact Lula Cooper at 302-422-5561 or Ed Hallock at the Office of Drinking Water at 302-744-8630.
Please share this information with all the other people who drink this water, especially those who may not have received this notice directly.
This notice is being sent to you by Community Pentecostal Church of God.
Public Water System ID#: N/A
Date Distributed: 8/19/15