Important 1,4-Dioxane Deferral Information

The Jericho Water District has always abided by all local and New York State requirements in order to supply quality potable water.  All forthcoming changes, if any, will be complied with.

The Jericho Water District has received a deferral from the New York State Department of Health for the new 1,4-Dioxane Maximum Contamination Level (MCL) in order to meet the changes in potable water requirements. Please see all notices below.

January 1, 2023 Notice

The Jericho Water District reports on progress towards maintaining the highest quality of water for our customers and meeting the deadlines set forth in the deferral approval. Download the report on progress of water quality monitoring.

October 6, 2022 Notice

The Jericho Water District reports on progress towards maintaining the highest quality of water for our customers and meeting the deadlines set forth in the deferral approval. Download the report on progress of water quality monitoring.

September 9, 2022 Notice

As stated in previous quarterly reports posted on this website, the District is currently moving forward with the construction of treatment plants designed to remove 1,4-dioxane from 7 of the District’s 25 public water supply wells. It is due to these continuous efforts that the deferral was renewed for another 12 months.

Download the Deferral Renewal Notice

July 8, 2022 Notice

The Jericho Water District reports on progress towards maintaining the highest quality of water for our customers and meeting the deadlines set forth in the deferral approval. Download the report on progress of water quality monitoring.

April 1, 2022 Notice

The Jericho Water District reports on progress towards maintaining the highest quality of water for our customers and meeting the deadlines set forth in the deferral approval. Download the report on progress of water quality monitoring.

January 6, 2022 Notice

The Jericho Water District reports on progress towards maintaining the highest quality of water for our customers and meeting the deadlines set forth in the deferral approval. Download the report on progress of water quality monitoring.

October 1, 2021 Notice

The Jericho Water District reports on progress towards maintaining the highest quality of water for our customers and meeting the deadlines set forth in the deferral approval. Download the report on progress of water quality monitoring.

July 1, 2021 Notice

The Jericho Water District reports on progress towards maintaining the highest quality of water for our customers and meeting the deadlines set forth in the deferral approval. Download the report on progress of water quality monitoring.

April 7, 2021 Notice

The Jericho Water District reports on progress towards maintaining the highest quality of water for our customers and meeting the deadlines set forth in the deferral approval. Download the report on progress of water quality monitoring.

January 7, 2021 Notice

The Jericho Water District reports on progress towards maintaining the highest quality of water for our customers and meeting the deadlines set forth in the deferral approval. Download the report on progress of water quality monitoring.

December 18, 2020 Notice

The Jericho Water District has received a deferral from the New York State Department of Health for the new 1,4-Dioxane Maximum Contamination Level (MCL) in order to meet the changes in potable water requirements. Download the Public Notice of the 1,4-Dioxane deferral from the New York State Department of Health.

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