- Passed All Health Guidelines
- Passed All Legal Limits
- Met all Reporting and Monitoring Requirements
- Uses Chlorine plus Ammonia (Chloramines) disinfectant
The City of Fort Worth sources its municipal water supply from surface water. There are two main systems of surface water that supply homes in Fort Worth. Lake Bridgeport, Eagle Mountain Lake and Lake Worth make up the West Fork system . Cedar Creek and Richland-Chambers make up The East Texas reservoirs. Water is also taken from Benbrook Lake.
Fort Worth, TX Water Quality Recent Violations
There were no health violations for in the 2010-2012 reporting periods
There were no reporting, montioring or other reported violations for in the 2010-2012 reporting periods
Fort Worth, TX Water Quality Historical Violations
|Contaminant||Total Tests||Positive Results||Above Health Limits||Above Legal Limits||EPA Regulated||Max Result||Health Limit||Legal Limit|
|Gross beta particle activity (pCi/L)||1||1||0||0||Yes||6.60||15||15|
|Total haloacetic acids (HAAs)||12||11||0||0||Yes||28.70||70||60|
|Total trihalomethanes (TTHMs)||24||23||0||0||Yes||80||-||80|
15 Contaminants were detected, 0 above legal limits, 0 above health guidelines, and 15 below limits for water suppliers serving Fort Worth, TX between 2004 and 2009.
158 Water Contaminants were tested for in the Fort Worth, TX area but not found in drinking water between 2004 and 2009.
Data Source: NYTimes.com
The scores and results above reflect a summary of the historical drinking water testing results that has been documented by the EPA and other sources. The color coding of the symbols was developed by WaterFilterComparisions.com as an easy way for individuals to gauge the historical effectiveness of Fort Worth water suppliers in meeting legal and health regulations in providing clean drinking water. This should only be used as a guide, and WaterFilterComparisons recommends you contact Fort Worth water suppliers to better understand the quality of the drinking water in Fort Worth, .