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Grades at a Glance

The map and chart below identify at a glance the grades NRDC assigned to the 19 cities we surveyed for 2001. To read the complete findings (in Adobe Acrobat) for a particular city, including its grades for 2000, click on the city location on the map or the city name in the table. The table also includes links to contacts and resources for each city. To learn about our grading methodology, see Chapter 6 (84k PDF).

Key

US map


City Water Quality & Compliance Right-to-Know Reports Source Water Protection Contacts &
Resources
Albuquerque Poor Good Poor Click here
Atlanta Fair Fair Poor Click here
Baltimore Good Good Fair Click here
Boston Poor Poor Good Click here
Chicago Excellent Good Fair Click here
Denver Good Good Good Click here
Detroit Good Good Poor Click here
Fresno Poor Poor Failing Click here
Houston Fair Fair Poor Click here
Los Angeles Fair Good Poor (import)
Fair (local)
Click here
Manchester Good Good Good Click here
New Orleans Good Good Poor Click here
Newark Fair Failing Fair Click here
Philadelphia Fair Good Poor Click here
Phoenix Poor Failing Poor Click here
San Diego Fair Fair Poor (import)
Fair (local)
Click here
San Francisco Poor Fair Good Click here
Seattle Fair Fair Excellent Click here
Washington, D.C. Fair Fair Fair Click here

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