The Safe Drinking Water Act
(SDWA) provides a
definition of a "public water system" that is used throughout the United States.
A public water system is "a system that supplies water for human consumption through
pipes or other constructed conveyances and has at least 15 service connections or 25 or
more persons who are served by the system 60 or more days each year."
2016 Compliance Monitoring Charts
Subject to change based on
incoming results and may not be reflected below.
Small Community Charts
Surface Water Monitoring Charts
Minimum Requirements for a Transient Non-Community System:
Asbestos Monitoring Waiver Form:
Pesticide Monitoring Waiver Form:
Questionnaire Daycare PWS Form:
Questionnaire PWS Form:
Interagency Transfer Form:
FDEP South District Drinking Water Section Newsletter
Professional Engineer II:
Resource Program Highlights
Numeric Nutrient Criteria Information