Listening session to focus on Consumer Confidence Report Rule

February 1, 2012 | General RCAP News

EPA will be holding a public meeting via the Internet on Feb. 23, 2012, to obtain stakeholder input on the consumer confidence report rule as part of the agency’s retrospective review of existing regulations.  EPA plans to discuss electronic delivery of the reports, resource implications for implementing report delivery certification, use of reports to meet public notification requirements, and how contaminant levels are reported in the consumer confidence reports.  EPA invites the public to participate in this information exchange on the consumer confidence report rule.  Registration information is found below.

The consumer confidence report is an annual water-quality report that a community water system is required to provide to its customers each year.  The report lists the regulated contaminants found in the drinking water, as well as health effects information related to violations of the drinking water standards.  More information on these reports 

Individuals planning on participating in the listening session must register for the meeting

Individuals planning on participating in the web dialogue discussions must join the community.  The web dialogue will be available from Feb. 23, 2012, to March 9, 2012, for the public to share and post comments on the dialogue.

For more information please email CCRRetrospectiveReview [at] epa [dot] gov