Las Virgenes Municipal Water District to Distribute Annual Consumer Confidence Report Electronically
Saving money and lowering our carbon footprint
Every year Las Virgenes Municipal Water District (LVMWD) pulls over 1,200 samples from our distribution system and conducts over 11,000 tests on those samples. These results, as well as the results from the testing performed by The Metropolitan Water District of Southern California (MWD) on the treated source water imported by LVMWD, are compiled into our annual Consumer Confidence Report/Water Quality Report (CCR/WQR). This report is distributed to customers and residents of our service area every year by July 1st in accordance with federal and state regulations.
This year LVMWD is primarily distributing our CCR/WQR electronically. The District's mission is to provide high-quality water service in a cost-effective and environmentally sensitive manner. "We are always looking for ways to make District operations more effective and efficient. By distributing our CCR/WQR electronically we can reduce both the cost and carbon footprint associated with the report, so it checks all the boxes," according to Public Affairs and Communications Manager Mike McNutt.
Customers and area residents have received postcards directing them to our specific webpage - LVMWD.com/WQR2018 - where the report is available for review.
Though the primary distribution will be electronically the District will continue to make paper copies available. For customers who wish to receive a printed copy of the 2018 CCR/WQR please call our customer service department at (818) 251-2100. Paper copies will also be available at our District facilities, community events LVMWD participates in and at other locations throughout the Las Virgenes community such as libraries and city halls.
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Las Virgenes Municipal Water District provides potable water, wastewater treatment, recycled water and biosolids composting to more than 70,000 residents in the cities of Agoura Hills, Calabasas, Hidden Hills, Westlake Village, and unincorporated areas of western Los Angeles County.