The City has engaged in extensive public outreach and developed constructive partnerships with experts to address air quality for the future.
The samples for July indicate a level of 0.105 ug/l, which is well below the state’s Maximum Contaminant Level (MCL) of 10 ug/l.
The samples for the month of June indicate a level of hexavalent chromium at 0.10 ug/l (compared to May’s figure of 0.126 ug/l).
The 2016 CCR for the City of Paramount indicates that the City continues to be in compliance with State and Federal drinking water standards.
The samples taken on May 8, 2017 indicate a level of 0.126 ug/l, which is well below the state’s Maximum Contaminant Level (MCL) of 10 ug/l.
One of the City’s most important and serious duties is providing safe, clean water to its residents. That will never change; Paramount’s water has always been, and will continue to be, completely safe for any use.
The samples taken for April show a level of 0.104 ug/l. This result is well below the Maximum Contaminant Level (MCL) of 10 ug/l for the state.
The Los Angeles Regional Water Quality Control Board has issued a Notice of Violation to Aerocraft Heat Treating Company on March 10, 2017 for its stormwater runoff.
The samples taken at the beginning of March indicate a level of 0.279 ug/l. This result well below California’s Maximum Contaminant Level of 10 ug/l.
On February 22, 2017, the State Water Resources Control Board announced the launch of its Human Right to Water Portal, which shows the City of Paramount’s water system to be in full compliance.