Remember to Use Helpful EPA Tools

As you work with your smaller water systems and the communities they serve, don’t forget that EPA has created a vast array to helpful tools, brochures, reports, and other resources that can answer some of those “frequently asked questions” from the public such as:

  • Where does my drinking water come from?
  • How do I know if my drinking water is safe?
  • How can I protect it?
  • What can I do if there’s a problem with my drinking water?

First printed in 2009, EPA’s “Water on Tap: What You Need to Know” is still a useful resource in helping the public understand the value of the water they drink.  The brochure is available in English, Spanish, and Chinese.  Click Water On Tap: What You Need To Know (PDF) or order by phone from the National Service Center for Environmental Publications (1-800-490-9198) using the document reference number EPA 816-K-09-002.

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