Check back on this page often. As we receive more information we will pass that along via this page. Future updates will include test results, updated information from the EPA on toxicity risk from chromium-6 and regulatory process as the EPA moves to set regulatory limits.
Additionally, if you as a consumers are concerned about the amount of chromium-6 in the Grants Pass Water Supply, the EPA provides links to sources that certify equipment for the removal or Chromium from drinking water:
Both of these organizations maintain lists of devices approved for the removal of Chromium-6 from drinking water. It is important to note that home treatment units require careful monitoring and regular maintenance to reliably remove constituents from the drinking water. Improperly installed, operated or maintained devices can actually add to water quality problems in the home.