The City of Battle Creek announced Monday that the annual water quality report is available for the public’s viewing.

The report recaps tests and data that were completed during 2017. The report contains information about the source and quality of the City’s drinking water, including detailing info to various water issues from lead in home plumbing and cross-connections. The report also explains the sampling results from last year.

The report is a requirement from the Environmental Protection Agency for public water suppliers that serve the same people, in this case a city, year-round.

For a direct link, visit battlecreekmi.gov/2017waterqualityreport.

This report will not include any issue involving the positive manganese tests that forced a water advisory June 14th. It will be a part of the 2018 water quality report available this time in 2019.