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Vero Beach Customer Service Office
Indian River County Administration Complex Building A – First Floor - 1801 27th Street Vero Beach, FL 32960
Fax: (772) 770-5318
Drive-Thru Hours: 8:30 am to 5:00 pm
Office Hours: 8:00 am to 5:30 pm
Customer Service: (772) 226-1845

Sebastian Customer Service Office
Sebastian Square Shopping Center
11604 US Highway 1 Sebastian, FL. 32958
Fax: (772) 581-4985
Office Hours: 8:00 am to 5:00 pm
CLOSED FOR LUNCH 1pm-2pm
Customer Service: (772) 226-1845

Public Notice

Indian River County Utilities is aware of the recent news articles regarding waters systems that have been reporting low levels of Chromium 6 in their water. Here at the Utilities, we have been proactive in monitoring for this analyte and we are pleased to inform you that the water supplied by Indian River County Utilities meets the current EPA standards for Total Chromium and remains well under the anticipated EPA targeted Maximum Contaminant Level for Chromium-6. Please take a moment and review the department's Consumer Confidence Reports located on our website at : http://www.ircutilities.com/CCR_Report_2015.pdf

It is important to note, currently the Maximum Contaminant Level of Total Chromium set at 100 parts-per-billion(ppb). The EPA is currently investigating health effects for the Chromium-6 analyte, and may be setting a Maximum Contaminant Level for Chromium-6 when the data it has collected from studies (such as the one IRC Utilities participated in) are finalized. It is anticipated that the health level of 10 ppb may be the limit. At this time, There is no established EPA Maximum Contaminant Level for Chromium-6. Indian River County Utilities remains confident that the water supplied to you is a superior product that meets the current EPA standards for all regulated contaminants, as well as remains well under the anticipated level of 10 part per billion for Chromium-6 .

For general comparative purposes, a part per billion is equivalent to one second in nearly 32 years, one sheet in a roll of toilet paper stretching from New York to London, or one pinch of salt in 10 tons of potato chips.

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Statement of Function
The County provides water and wastewater service to a major portion of the County’s population. The General & Engineering Department provides employee support for the operations of the Water Production, Water Distribution, Wastewater Treatment, Wastewater Collection, Biosolids, and Customer Service divisions.
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