Water Tests, Reports and Treatment
Annual Water Reports
Bacteriological Sample Results for 2019
Monthly bacteriological sample results will be posted here for 2019.
Bacteriological Sample Results for 2018
Bacteriological Sample Results for 2017
Bacteriological Sample Results 2016
Bacteriological Sample Results for 2015
Bacteriological Samples Results for 2014
Bacteriological Sample Results for 2013
Bacteriological Samples Results for 2012
Bacteriological Samples Results for 2011
Bacteriological Sample Results for 2010
The Midland water system includes numerous wells, one high lift station, two booster pumping stations and four storage reservoir sites. Not all of the wells are currently active. The water system serves a municipal population of approximately 16240.
Two main pressure zones are presently required due to the topography of the community.
All areas of the grid system are linked including the Portage Park water system, which was transferred to the Town of Midland from the Township of Tay in 1998.
Drinking Water Quality Management System
What Is A Quality Management System?
A quality management system
consists of policies, procedures and
objectives that direct and control an
organization with respect to quality.
Why Does The Town of Midland Need One?
Justice O’Connor recommended in the
Part Two Report of the
Walkerton Inquiry that a new
approvals framework for municipal
drinking water systems, which would
require owners to obtain a license to
operate their systems as well as
incorporate the concept of quality
management into their operations, be
adopted. To meet this
recommendation, the Ministry of
Environment (MOE) developed the
municipal drinking water licensing
program, implemented under the Safe
Drinking Water Act, 2002 (SDWA), and
one part of this
licensing program was the creation of the
drinking water quality
management standard (DWQMS).
In order to be licensed to provide
drinking water, a municipality must have
a quality management system in place
that meets the requirements of the
Quality is Key!
As a Supplier/Contractor you need to know
that the product or service you are
contracted to provide to the town must
meet specific quality requirements that will
aid the Town in continuing to provide safe
drinking water to all users of its drinking
Pay attention to your purchase order or tender document!
Specific quality requirements will be noted
on your purchase order or tender
document, and may include a requirement
that you provide a certificate or other
document when you
deliver the product or service. (i.e.
Certificate of Analysis for calibration
We may want to see what you do!
Additionally, you or your personnel may be
subject to an on-site verification audit where
Town personnel will observe how you
complete your task, and will document that
you are following the regulated procedures
(i.e. water-main disinfection after repair or
As a Supplier/Contractor what do I need to know and what do I need to do?
Suppliers and Contractors play an
important role in helping the Town of
Midland ensure that safe drinking water is
provided to all consumers.
Quality Management System Policy
As a Supplier/Contractor you need to
know the Town’s Quality Policy
The Town of Midland owns, maintains and operates the Midland Water Treatment, Supply and Distribution System.
The Town of Midland is commited to:
- providing our customers with a consistent, safe supply of clean drinking water
- meeting or surpassing all applicable regulations and legislation for the supply of drinking water in Ontario
- continual improvement of the Quality Management System
For more information
Copies of the Town of Midland Water Quality Management System Operational Plan available online.
If you have any more questions, please contact Midland's Drinking Water Quality Management System Representative Jeff Beauchamp at email@example.com
If you have any geenral inquiries about the Town of Midland's water or sewage systems, please contact Laura Robitaille at firstname.lastname@example.org