PENDLETON — The City of Pendleton’s 2012 water quality report was mailed to residents April 19.

The report describes the quality of Pendleton’s drinking water and explains health information, monitoring data, and the city’s sources of water. The report also provides information about the city’s aquifer storage and recovery program, the energy recovery technology project, and the wastewater treatment plant upgrade.

Residents who did not receive a copy of the report in the mail can pick one up at Pendleton City Hall or call 541-966-0249 to receive one. The report is also available on the city’s website, www.pendleton.or.us, under Environmental, Water Quality.

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