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Drinking Water

Your drinking water can come from many different sources.

Most people use tap water from Region of Peel's drinking water systems. The Region of Peel treats and tests this water, so it is clean and safe to drink. If you get your water from the Region of Peel, you don't need to do anything to your water before drinking it.

Do you use municipal tap water for home haemodialysis treatment? Sign up on the Region's secure online database or call 905-791-7800, ext. 4685. Region of Peel staff will attempt to contact you before a water interruption so you can make alternate arrangements for your health care.

Other sources of drinking water include, private well water and small drinking water systems. If you use one of these sources, we suggest you read this important information to find out how to keep your water safe.


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