Skip to content. | Skip to navigation

Personal tools

Navigation

Questions or Comments:
ac@tceq.texas.gov
You are here: Home / Drinking Water / Chemicals / Lead Copper

Lead Copper

FileLab Analysis Form (in WordPerfect)
FilePopulation and Number of Samples Required
FileInitial Lead/Copper Program Water Quality Parameters Quarterly Monitoring Report
FileSample Site Selection Form
Lead and Copper Sampling Site Selection form and Material Survey Sheet. All new community water systems (CWS) and non-transient/non-community water systems (NTNC) must fill this form out and send it to TCEQ before the first round of lead and copper sampling. The TCEQ contract laboratory will use the shipping address from this form for sending samping kits to your system.
FileLanglier Index Table
FileAnnual Water Quality Parameters Report for Systems Serving >50,000 Customers (in WordPerfect)
FileDesktop Corrosion Control Study (in WordPerfect)
FileTriennial Water Quality Report
FileAnnual Water Quality Parameters Report for Systems Serving >50,000 Customers
FileLab Analysis Form
FileSample Site Selection Form (in WordPerfect)
FilePublic Education Requirements for Water Systems with Excessive Lead
FileComprehensive Lead and Copper Rule Training
FileCollecting Samples to Monitor Lead and Copper: Instructions for Public Water Systems
FileInitial Lead/Copper Program Water Quality Parameters Quarterly Monitoring Report (in WordPerfect)
FileDesktop Corrosion Control Study
FileTriennial Water Quality Report (in WordPerfect)
FileCollecting Samples to Monitor Lead and Copper: Instructions for PWS Customers
Lead and Copper Program for Drinking Water
How to test for lead and copper. Community and non-transient, non-community public water systems can use these forms and instructions to comply with monitoring and reporting rules. Public water system customers can learn more about their water quality and how to submit samples to test for lead and copper.