The Bath and Fairfield drinking water systems are managed and operated in accordance with the provincial Drinking Water Quality Management Standard. As per the Quality Management System policy approved by Council, Loyalist Township is committed to comply with all applicable legislative and regulatory requirements relating to drinking water quality, to supply our customers with safe drinking water and is committed to the maintenance and continual improvement of the QMS.
We are pleased to make the following Annual Summary Reports available to our residents. The annual summary reports are published each spring for the previous year:
Drinking Water Systems 2019 Annual Report
Drinking Water Systems 2018 Annual Report
Drinking Water Systems 2017 Annual Report
Bath Drinking Water System - 2016 Summary Report
Fairfield Drinking Water System - 2016 Summary Report
The Fairfield water system covers the communities of Amherstview and Odessa, and the Brooklands and Harewood subdivisions.
We are required, by provincial law, to test our drinking water for a broad spectrum of substances, at different frequencies throughout the year. These include E. coli, total coliforms, general bacti count, chlorine residual, trihalomethanes, pH, alkalinity, nitrite, nitrate, sodium, and a variety of organics and inorganics.
Water Quality Concerns
If you have questions regarding municipal water quality in Loyalist Township, please call the Engineering Clerk at 613-386-7351, ext. 116, to discuss your concerns. Quality concerns such as taste, odour, and colour can often be solved over the phone. If necessary, an appointment can be made to have Utilities staff visit your home. This guide, which can be downloaded by clicking on the image, may also help identify some reasons for changes in taste, odour, and colour in municipal water.