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Other Drinking Water Information


Reports


Public Water System Violations Annual Reports
The Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA) Amendments of 1996 include a provision requiring states to provide an annual report on public water system violations of national drinking water regulations to EPA, and to make a copy of the report available to the public.

Drinking Water Branch Annual Reports
The Drinking Water Branch prepares an annual report that summarizes branch activities.
2013 Annual Report
2012 Annual Report
2011 Annual Report
2010 Annual Report
2009 Annual Report
2008 Annual Report

2014 Governor's Triennial Capacity Development Report
2011 Governor's Triennial Capacity Development Report
2008 Governor's Triennial Capacity Development Report

Pamphlets

Bottled Water
Bottled Water Pamphlet
Changes to Public Notification Regulations
Developing a Maintenance Program
Does Your System Have a Water Meter Program
Drinking Water Branch Brochure
In-Kind Construction
Is Your Water Treatment Plant Optimized?
Monitoring for Corrosion Control Parameters
MTBE Article
Use of Particle Counters
Water Well Program
What is a Sanitary Survey
Would You Drink Water From a Dirty Glass?
Zebra Mussels

Design Guidance


Plan Preparation and Design Guidance for Drinking Water Facilities

Additional Website Links


AWWA
Center for Drinking Water Optimization
Drinking Water Kid's Stuff
EPA
EPA - Region IV
NSF International
SEC-TAC (Small Public Water System Technical Assistance Center)

Certified Laboratories


The following link contains a list of in-state and out-of-state certified laboratories for drinking water analysis. The list is constantly changing. You should check with the lab to verify that they are currently certified before using.

Draft Drinking Water Laboratory Certification Application (Form 442)

Certified Bacteriological Labs
In-State Certified Chemical Labs
Out-of-State Certified Chemical Labs

EPA Laboratory Certification
http:www.epa.gov/safewater/labcert/
http:www.epa.gov/fedrgstr/EPAFR-CONTENTS/2007/index.html

For more information, contact (334) 271-7791.


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