Drinking Water Information
Water Treatment Procedures and Regulations
Under the Safe Drinking Water Act, 2002 and the Drinking-Water Systems Regulation (O. Reg. 170/03) owners and operators of drinking water systems that supply water to the public have responsibilities to ensure that water is safe to drink. Designated facilities provide water to people who may be more susceptible to adverse affects from drinking poor quality drinking water including children. As operators of seasonal residential drinking water systems that serve the designated facilities at Camp Falcona and John Island Camp, YMCA Sudbury is compliant with the regulations that help ensure the health of Ontarians is protected and that drinking water standards are maintained.
John Island Camp follows the appropriate regulations regarding treatment of source water, daily testing, laboratory testing, reporting and water systems maintenance. John Island Camp follows all regulations administered and inspected by the Ontario Ministry of the Environment, the Sudbury District Health Unit and the Algoma District Health Unit. All records, including records and Annual Reports from past years are available for public viewing at John Island Camp or the YMCA Admin offices at 140 Durham Street in Sudbury.
- 2011 Shower House - Report
- 2011 Main Water System - Report
- 2012 Shower House - Report
- 2012 Main Water System - Report
- 2013 Shower House- Report
- 2013 Main Water System- Report
- 2015 Shower House- Report
- 2015 Main Water System- Report
- 2016 Shower House- Report
- 2016 Main Water System- Report
Contact Us Anytime Regarding Water related Issues
Rob Groccia - Senior Manager, Camping Services- 705-674-6171