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This is my shared TAP SCORETM Report

BASED ON LABORATORY TESTING AND ANALYSIS YOUR TAP SCORE IS 86 (GOOD)

According to SimpleWater Recommendations, which are based on guidelines established by Federal and State agencies as well as leading academic research, the water samples you provided for testing demonstrate your water quality is Good. This means your sample contained no concerning levels of harmful contaminants, but there were signs of minor potential health and/or taste issues. While this is good news, your water quality can change over time, so do not forget to test again regularly.

JW1HRI - Advanced City Water Test
Ordered February 26, 2019

86
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Your sample information for JW1HRI

Sampling Address: Panama City, FL

Understanding your Tap Score

First time reading a Tap Score Report? This section explains what all the bars and colors mean.

SimpleWater's health risks analysis compares your sample’s contaminant levels to the latest publicly available toxicological and epidemiological research. This is done in order to give you a clear idea of what potential risks may be in your water. Click on each contaminant to learn more about its known health impacts and potential sources. This analysis should not be taken as professional health advice.

We use the following measurement units:

General properties of your water

The following section describes general indicators of your overall water quality. These parameters may not directly impact your health but they will influence the chemical nature of metals and other potential contaminants in your water supply.


Pipe health summary

The following section describes key parameters influencing the health of your pipes and treatment hardware.

Watch list

THESE ARE THE MOST NOTABLE RESULTS FROM YOUR SAMPLE.

For an exhaustive list of all the parameters tested in your sample, check the "Your full results" section toward the end of your report.

TClE VOC
Tetrachloroethylene Measurement: 0.0005 PPM
Exceeds federal goal (MCL-G) of 0 PPM
HEALTH EFFECTS   Possible Carcinogen

Tetrachloroethylene can cause liver problems and is associated with an increased risk of cancer

Nervous System
Liver(lower evidence)
CLICK TO SHOW 2 POTENTIAL EFFECTS ON THE BODY AT HIGHER CONCENTRATIONS
COMMON SOURCES

TClE is detected in water samples that come in contact with the improper disposal of dry cleaning and other solvents.

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Your full results

THIS IS A COMPLETE OVERVIEW OF WHAT WAS TESTED IN YOUR SAMPLE.

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