Prince Edward County Mayor Robert Quaiff says the report on the drinking water quality in Picton and Bloomfield is good news for residents.
Water samples were taken on Friday last week according to Quaiff and on Monday, they learned the test results are within provincial limits, objectives and guidelines.
The testing was sparked by an environmental report concerning operations at Picton Terminals.
There were four items specifically looked at including chloride, cyanide, aluminum and iron.
Quaiff says testing will continue.
The report also indicated drinking water treated at the Picton Water Treatment Plant did not have elevated sodium levels.
Sodium remains below the 20 milligrams per litre level that would require the municipality to make a report to the local Medical Officer of Health.