If you are having difficulties with your private supply, contact your local council's environmental health department.
Visit your local council's website. Choose your council Aberdeen City Council Aberdeenshire Council Angus Council Argyll and Bute Council Clackmannanshire Council Comhairle nan Eilean Siar (Western Isles Council) Dumfries and Galloway Council Dundee City Council East Ayrshire Council East Dunbartonshire Council East Lothian Council East Renfrewshire Council Edinburgh Council Falkirk Council Fife Council Glasgow City Council Highland Council Inverclyde Council Midlothian Council Moray Council North Ayrshire Council North Lanarkshire Council Orkney Islands Council Perth & Kinross Council Renfrewshire Council Scottish Borders Council South Ayrshire Council South Lanarkshire Council Shetland Council Stirling Council West Dunbartonshire Council West Lothian Council
If you are not satisfied with the response your council gives you, get back in touch and follow their complaints process.
If you're still not satisfied, you can complain to the
Drinking Water Quality Regulator.
You can also contact
Citizens Advice Scotland if you're worried about your supply.