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90% of people who live in the Mid-Atlantic Region drink water from public systems regulated by EPA and the States.

The vast majority of the Mid-Atlantic Region's small public water systems (with a population greater than 25 and less than 3,300) rely on ground water for their source of drinking water. Likewise, most people who are not on a public system get their drinking water from groundwater and private wells. Larger systems can also pull their water from streams, rivers, springs or lakes.

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