No, we do not think this will be the case.
Put simply, the water provider will be able to see granular and specific data on industry-standard metrics, while homeowners only see information pertaining to their home. Since your average person doesn't likely know the difference between Turbidity and Total Dissolved Solids, we package and present the data in a more consumer friendly option.
Our proprietary metric, the SippScore, is a measure of an individual home's situation. It does not show real time updates on quality, but instead a more contextualized message of not just water quality, but also maintenance they do themselves at their home (like on their SippSafe device) and their water consumption.
The variables affecting water quality at any one location, at a given time, are complex and nuanced. We strive to strike the balance between empowering the professionals with high quality data and transparent information for homeowners. We believe the SippScore strikes that balance.