2 edition of Department of Environmental Conservation safe drinking water program. found in the catalog.
Department of Environmental Conservation safe drinking water program.
Alaska. Legislature. Division of Legislative Audit.
|Series||Audit report / Division of Legislative Audit, Audit report (Alaska. Legislature. Division of Legislative Audit)|
|LC Classifications||TD224.A25 A55 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||27 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||27|
|LC Control Number||94621300|
New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection-Barengat Bay. Water Allocation and Registrations. A Water Allocation Permit is required for the diversion of ground and/or surface water in excess of ,* gallons per day for a period of more than 30 days in a consecutive day period, for purposes other than agriculture, aquaculture or horticulture. The Utilities Department has become a partner with WaterSense, a conservation program and information clearinghouse sponsored through the Environmental Protection Agency. This partnership will assist the City in determining the best technologies and education strategies to implement in reaching our goal of conserving water.
Drinking Water Reporting System (DWRS) Electronic Application Forms (Located in DEP's eLibrary) Public Water Supply Permit Application Forms and Small System Grant Application Forms. Laboratory Accreditation Program. Monitoring Waiver Resources for IOC, VOCs and SOCs. DEP has created a Monitoring Waiver Resources Web page since the department. The Environmental Services Section of the Water Utilities Division is responsible for compliance with the Federal Clean Water Act, Safe Drinking Water Act, Aquifer Protection Permits, existing National Pollution Discharge Elimination Permits (NPDES) and the Arizona Pollution Discharge Elimination Permits (AZPDES) requirements for operation of the sanitary sewer, stormwater, water production.
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Our mission is to Department of Environmental Conservation safe drinking water program. book and enhance the environment of the state in order to protect public health, sustain healthy ecosystems, and contribute to a vibrant economy.
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