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Drinking Water Facility Profile: North Lowndes County Water
Enforcement Priority in Suwannee River watershed

Owner: Local government, established Mar 12, 1980
Population: 12,473 residential customers served through 4797 service connections
Location: North Lowndes County, GA
Permit: GA1850016
Water Source - groundwater water
Capacity: 2 million gallons per day, Average Daily Usage: 62,144 gallons per day
Contact: Steve Salvey 229-561-0360
Last inspection: Oct 6, 2021 Sanitary Survey complete - State
Minor deficiencies noted in Data Verification, Distribution, Source
Recommendations made in Management and Operation

The following information gathered from federal EPA pertains to the quarter ending June 30, 2023 (data last refreshed on EPA database July 18, 2023)

Non-compliant inspections

(of the previous 12 quarters)

with Significant Violations

(of the previous 12 quarters)


Enforcement Actions

(last 5 yrs)


Enforcement Actions

(last 5 years)

5 out of 12

2 out of 12



Significant violations history
Maximum Contaminant Level violation - Stage 2 Disinfectants and byproducts of disinfection - noted Jan 1 2023 to June 30 2023 - archived MCL = .08 mg/L measured level .093 mg/L
Drinking water information provided on this site is aggregated from the federal EPA database, state resources and local government sources where available.
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