WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. – The drinking water in the city of White Plains met all of the state’s water-health standards in 2013, according to the 2013 Annual Water Report.
The White Plains water system had no maximum contaminant level violations in 2013. The water was tested for more than 170 contaminants, and although 35 contaminants were at a detectable level, none were above the state’s permissible levels.
The report also includes details the source of the White Plains drinking water, what the water contains and how it fared compared to New York state standards.
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