Testing and Monitoring

As required by the Drinking Water Protection Act and Regulation, the District of Mission tests the two water systems in order to monitor the water quality. This is to ensure compliance with both the Fraser Health Authority and the Canadian Drinking Water guidelines. The permits also require the test results be made available to the public. To access the water test results for the previous year click on the links below:

1. DISTRICT of MISSION WATER SYSTEM, ANNUAL WATER TEST RESULTS:

2013 ANNUAL WATER TEST RESULTS

Metals in water

 

 

2. RUSKIN TOWNSITE WATER SYSTEM ANNUAL WATER TEST RESU

2013 ANNUAL RUSKIN WATER TEST RESULTS

Healthlink BC File #56

Healthlink BC File #49c

2013 ANNUAL RUSKIN WATER SYSTEM REPORT


Water sampling test results will be updated  annually and posted to the web site by May 1st  for the preceding year.

For more information about water sampling results terminology go to http://env.gov.bc.ca/wsd/.

The results from last year confirm that both systems are being operated and maintained to provide water quality incompliance with both the Fraser Health Authority, and the Canadian Drinking Water guidelines.

The final toxicology report, executive summary from Golder and Associates regarding the safety of the drinking water from Hayward Lake, which has been accepted by the Fraser Health Authority, is attached. Executive Summary Report.