Tuesday, August 22nd 2017

Fluoridation
The Fluoridation of Drinking Water
 
Sodium hexafluorosilicate (also known as sodium silicofluoride) is added as a fluoridation agent to drinking water.  A concentration of 0.70 milligrams per litre of fluoride is maintained at all times in tap water.  This value is set by Quebec's Regulation prescribing the optimum fluoride concentration to prevent cavities in section 57 of the Public Health Act.

In 2009, following modernization work, the fluoridation of the drinking water is added through new installations at the water production plant.

The residents served by Pointe-Claire's Water Production Plant may rest assured that they have fluoridated water.
 
Sectors served by Pointe-Claire's Water Production Plant:

Cities Area Served
Pointe-Claire Entirely
Beaconsfield Entirely
Kirkland Entirely
Baie-d'Urfé Entirely
Dollard-des-Ormeaux See list of streets