Public Health Sudbury & Districts plays an important role with regards to drinking water and recreational water safety. This role extends from providing education and information to monitoring water safety and enforcing legislation.
Drinking water is water that is safe to drink. We use it in our daily lives at home, school, the office, or while out in the community. In Ontario, drinking water is required to meet specific quality and safety standards.
- drinking water advisories
- boil water advisories
- drinking water sources and treatment
- lead in drinking water
- shocking a well
- small drinking water systems
- sodium in drinking water
- taking and submitting a water sample
Recreational water is water that may be used for exercise, relaxation, pleasure or therapy.
This item was last modified on April 19, 2018