Be sure to get the facts about chloramine from trusted, credible sources, such as the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Use the links below to access these agencies’ sites for more data and answers to commonly asked questions about chloramine. You can also visit the National Sanitation Foundation’s Web site for information on in-home filters that remove chloramine and chlorine.

For information on chloramine basics, disinfection and disinfection byproducts, chloramine health information and other resources, view the EPA's Chloramines in Drinking Water webpage as well as the EPA's Basic Information about Chloramines and Drinking Water Disinfection

Environmental Protection Agency Resources

More information about health effects and drinking water disinfection from EPA is available in the following locations:

PA Department of Environmental Protection

The Pennsylvania Deparetment of Environmental Protection has great resources on chloramine basics, the advantages and disadvantages of chloramines, the use of chloramines within the State. Visit PA Department of Environmental Protection Chloramine in Drinking Water for more information.

San Francisco Public Utilities Commission

The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission provides a great deal of helpful information related to chloramines. 

Questions & For More Information

If you have additional questions about our planned transition to chloramination, fill out Chloramine Questions Form or  contact our customer service center at 1-800-272-1325. Customer Service Hours: M-F, 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. For emergencies: We're available 24/7.