The New York Public Interest Research Group on Tuesday unveiled a website that tracks water contamination reports around the state.

The website allows a user to enter their zip code to show reports of contaminants filed in their area’s drinking water — a tool that comes as communities around the state have been contending with the fall out of chemical contaminations of unregulated chemicals.

“Access to clean drinking water should not be a privilege. Access to clear information about water shouldn’t be either,” said Megan Ahearn, NYPIRG’s program director. “With What’s In My Water?, New Yorkers can decide whether their local water snapshots sink or swim.”

State lawmakers and Gov. Andrew Cuomo agreed in the budget to a $2.5 billion clean water fund last month, though advocates believe much more is needed to upgrade the state’s water infrastructure.