The Water Supply Forum promotes reliable delivery of safe, clean drinking water
EPA is proposing the first-ever PFAS drinking water standard.
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Working cooperatively, the Water Supply Forum advocates the reliable delivery of safe, clean drinking water. The Forum provides communication on our region's drinking water supply, resiliency, water quality, operations, and water conservation.
The Puget Sound area is prone to earthquakes. Members of the Water Supply Forum are working together to safeguard our region’s water supply in case of such a disaster.
Water Supply Resiliency
A water utility's resiliency - the ability to provide an uninterrupted supply of safe, clean water - can be affected by natural occurrences such as earthquakes, drought, climate change and water quality conditions.
In the central Puget Sound's three-county region — King, Pierce, and Snohomish — the water supply is abundant and some of the cleanest in the country.
The Forum was created in 1999 and is a cooperative effort of public water systems, local governments, and associations from Snohomish, King, and Pierce counties.
For general questions or comments please contact us today.
The Forum has several reports and many other resources that can help other water utilities.
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