LAWRENCE -- The Department of Environment, Health & Safety (KU-EHS) has announced that they have released two new reports detailing water quality results on Lawrence campus and Potter Lake. Both reports are generated from data collected by KU-EHS staff and reported on a periodic basis to the KU-campus community and general public.
The 2013 Campus Drinking (Consumer Confidence) Water Quality Report, presents the results from analyses conducted by the KU-LC Department of Environment, Health & Safety (KU-LC EHS) and the City of Lawrence of drinking water samples collected on the KU-LC and at the City of Lawrence drinking water treatment plants during the 2013 calendar year. The 2014 Potter Lake Report (3-Year Evaluation) details the results of a three-year monitoring program established by the University of Kansas to evaluate the lake's water quality.
Current (and some archival) water quality reports are also available on the KU-EHS website. If you have any questions or concerns regarding water or environmental quality on campus, contact Jon Rossillon 785-864-0224 or firstname.lastname@example.org.