Although this data has been posted for a while, we thought we’d share for those who have yet to see them. According to the CDC, these tables show the estimated monthly average levels of the contaminants in the finished drinking water from the Tarawa Terrace, Hadnot Point, and Holcomb Boulevard treatment plants.
The Tarawa Terrace plant served the Tarawa Terrace family housing until March 1987. The Hadnot Point plant served family housing at Midway Park, Paradise Point, and Berkeley Manor until June 1972, Hospital Point family housing, and barracks located at the “mainside” area of the base. The Holcomb Boulevard plant served family housing at Midway Park, Paradise Point, Berkeley Manor, and Watkins Village from June 1972 onward.
There are three documents, one for each water system:
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