Drinking water in DeKalb County is safe for consumption, surpassing federal and state standards, according to the county’s 2017 Drinking Water Quality Report.The report, released Wednesday, finds low levels of chemicals in the county's water supply, which comes from the Chattahoochee River and is treated at the Scott Candler Water Treatment Plant.READ MORE: DeKalb 2017 Drinking Water Quality ReportWater quality data from 2016 indicates small amounts of chemicals including fluoride, nitrogen, chlorine, lead and other potential contaminants.In every case, these chemicals were within acceptable environmental standards, according to the report. No violations were recorded.The county tests more than 250 samples monthly.The report is being distributed with county water bills and is available on the DeKalb Department of Watershed Management's website.MYAJC.COM: REAL JOURNALISM. REAL LOCAL IMPACT.The AJC's Mark Niesse keeps you updated on the latest happenings in DeKalb County government and politics. You'll find more on myAJC.com, including these stories:Arrested DeKalb sheriff apologizes, says he plans to stay on the jobCity of Stonecrest launched with promises to improve the area How DeKalb CEO Burrell Ellis spent $755K on his defenseNever miss a minute of what's happening in DeKalb politics. Subscribe to myAJC.com.In other DeKalb news:They hope they are getting closer to getting answers about high water bills.