"A Portland laboratory that tests drinking water samples for more than 400 public systems serving more than 250,000 Oregonians has had its certification revoked by state health officials because of faulty results.The Oregon Public Health Division said there is no cause for alarm and no evidence of anyone getting sick as a result of errors of Coffey Laboratories."
According to the article, Coffey Laboratories ". . . has contracts for monthly bacteria testing with 439 municipal and small water systems in east Multnomah County, Lane County and parts of central Oregon. The list includes Gresham, Rockwood, Troutdale, Fairview, Corbett, Wood Village, Estacada and Cascade Locks."
Troutdale city staff will be providing a status report regarding if or how this affects Troutdale's water quality and testing soon.