State of California
State Water Resources Control Board
Division of Drinking Water
The Division of Drinking Water, formerly, California Department of Public Health (CDPH) is responsible for regulating all public drinking water systems in California. Lukins Brothers Water Company complies with all requirements set forth by the CDPH and Title 22 water quality monitoring. Below you will find information regarding water quality and our Annual Consumer Confidence Reports that are available to all customers annually.
Consumer Confidence Reports
- 2020 Consumer Confidence Report
- 2019 Consumer Confidence Report
- 2018 Consumer Confidence Report
- 2017 Consumer Confidence Report
- 2016 Consumer Confidence Report
- 2015 Consumer Confidence Report
- 2014 Consumer Confidence Report
- 2013 Consumer Confidence Report
- 2012 Consumer Confidence Report
- 2011 Consumer Confidence Report
- 2010 Consumer Confidence Report
- 2009 Consumer Confidence Report
- 2008 Consumer Confidence Report
- 2007 Consumer Confidence Report
- 2006 Consumer Confidence Report
- 2005 Consumer Confidence Report
For more information regarding the South Y Area PCE contamination, investigations and remediation efforts, click on the links below:
Lead and Copper Information:
Lukins Brothers Water Company tests for lead and copper in accordance with Title 22 of California Water Code, and reports directly to the California Department of Water Resource, Division of Drinking Water.
The water delivered by LBWC to your service meets all federal and state water quality standards, but your home plumbing can affect water quality. When your water has been sitting for several hours, you can minimize the potential for lead exposure by flushing your tap for 30 seconds to two minutes before using water for drinking or cooking.
LBWC prepares annul Consumer Confidence Reports to provide customers with an accurate profile of drinking water. For additional information regarding lead and copper testing procedures, please contact our office at (530) 541-2606.
If you are concerned about lead in your water, you can have your water tested by a private lab. More information on lead in drinking water, testing methods, and steps you can take to minimize exposure is available from the Safe Drinking Water Hotline at (800) 426-4791 or www.epa.gov/safewater/lead
- 2019 Lead and Copper Information:
- 90th Percentile for Lead <0.002 mg/L
- 90th Percentile for Copper 0.095 mg/L
If the 90th percentile lead level is greater than 0.015 mg/L, you have exceeded the action level.
If the 90th percentile copper level is greater than 1.3 mg/L, you have exceeded the action level.