I moved into a new home and I am not sure about the building’s plumbing. Is there a way I can tell if the water quality at my faucet is as high-quality as the water provided by the FKAA to the meter?

Any customer concerned about the water quality at their home can request a Water Quality Analysis (PDF). This Customer Water Quality Testing Program is provided by the Aqueduct free of charge. A water quality technician will come to your home and obtain a sample from your faucet. This sample will be tested for:

  • Alkalinity
  • Hardness
  • Iron
  • Total Chlorine
  • Total Dissolved Solids (TDS)
  • Turbidity

The analysis will determine if the sample is outside of the acceptable range and will also allow a comparison between the water provided to the meter by the FKAA and the water at your faucet. If you have any questions about this program, or would like to schedule an appointment, please contact Shelli Johnson, Water Quality and Environmental Manager, at 305-295-2219 or email Shelli Johnson.

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