Village Water Still Makes a Splash

A recent report shows Park Forest water meets or exceeds all federal and state standards. (Graphic: VOPF)

Park Forest, IL–(ENEWSPF)– According to a report recently issued by the Park Forest Department of Public works, village water meets or surpasses every federal and state standard.

The 2008 Water Report lists the 2007 regulated contaminants detected in the water of the Village.  The Village tests for the presence of lead, copper, chlorine, TTHMs [TotalTrihalomethanes], barium, chromium, fluoride, Nitrate-Nitrite, and sodium.

The only violation in 2007 was a failure to distribute the Consumer . . .

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