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About this Website

This website was initially created to satisfy the requirements of the Drinking Water Protection Regulation 459/00 for reporting of the systems' Water Quality. With the adoption of the Safe Drinking Water Act and associated Regulations, this site will continue to be used for the public reporting of water supply related information. The member municipalities of the Lake Huron and Elgin Area Primary Water Supply Systems are dedicated to the supply of safe and secure drinking water to the area communities we serve.

If you require additional information on the Water Quality Reports published on this website, or require further information on this website and the Area Water Supply Systems, please contact us.


Legislative Background

In July 1998, the City of London was advised by the Ontario Ministry of the Environment that under Bill 107 (Municipal Water and Sewer Transfer Act, 1997), they were transferring ownership of two water systems and associated properties from the Ontario Clean Water Agency to two newly created water boards, namely the Lake Huron Primary Water Supply System Joint Board of Management and the Elgin Area Primary Water Supply System Joint Board of Management.

Each of the participating municipalities were provided representation on the respective Boards, with the City of London as the System's administering municipality. In addition, the Ministry further established Secondary Water Supply Systems and their respective Joint Boards of Management, each of which draws water from the Primary System and distributes the water to their member municipalities.

The transfer of the Lake Huron Primary and Secondary Water Supply Systems were finalized and the Transfer Order received from the Ministry by the City of London on September 15, 2000.

The transfer of the Elgin Area Primary and Secondary Water Supply Systems were finalized and the Transfer Order received from the Ministry by the City of London on November 29, 2000.

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