4 edition of The State of Delaware source water assessment plan found in the catalog.
The State of Delaware source water assessment plan
by Delaware Dept. of Natural Resources & Environmental Control, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Water in [Dover?], [Washington, D.C
Written in English
|Other titles||Source water assessment plan.|
|Contributions||United States. Environmental Protection Agency. Office of Water.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings)|
Source Water Assessment for Artesian Water Co. (Hockessin) PWS ID: DE New Castle County, Delaware Final Report: Decem State of Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control Division of Water Resources Source Water Assessment and Protection Program 89 Kings Highway Dover, Delaware Phone: () The State of Delaware Combined Watershed Assessment Report ((b)) and Determination for the Clean Water Act Section (d) List of Waters Needing TMDLs provides a statewide assessment of surface water and ground water resources, highlights Delaware’sFile Size: 1MB.
The Source Water Assessment Plan (SWAP) Subcommittee of the Source Water Assessment and Protection Program will meet from 10 a.m. to noon, Wednesday, Oct. 23, in the Training Room of Tidewater Utilities located at South Little Creek Road, Dover, DE The state labels areas of concern Groundwater Management Zones in order to limit wells because of pollution concerns. The GMZ map and associated restrictive language define the area where DNREC will restrict water wells as detailed in a Memorandum of Agreement between the Division of Water Resources and Division of Air and Waste Management. A GMZ is put in place when there is a .
(57) “Source water assessment area” shall mean the delineated area which contributes water to a public water supply system. This is called a wellhead protection area for a well and a watershed or basin for a surface water intake. A source water assessment area shall constitute a critical area as defined under Chapter 92 of Title These assessments have been done in accordance with Pennsylvania’s Source Water Assessment and Protection Program and the Safe Drinking Water Act. The previously existing Wellhead Protection Program is considered the cornerstone for the assessment of ground water sources serving public water .
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Citizen and Technical Advisory Committee Members: Kent Bacon Culligan Water Conditioning John Barndt Dept. of Natural Resources & Env. Control Anita Beckel Department of Health & Social Service Scott Blaier Department of Agriculture Jeff Bross/Tim Ruga Duffield Associates.
DELAWARE SOURCE WATER ASSESSMENT PLAN Inthe U.S. Congress amended the Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA) and added a new program called the Source Water Assessment and Protection Program (SWAPP).
The amendments require each state to identify and evaluate the sources of water within the state that are used by public drinking water systems. Delaware Source Water Protection Program Menu Skip to content.
Home; DNREC; DHSS; DWRC; EPA; Resources; Source Water Assessments [show/hide] filter. Filter Assessments. Provider. Type System type Surface water Groundwater. County New Castle Kent Sussex. From: To: Reassessments. Quick pick assessment by name (Entries marked with a "*" are.
Source Water Assessment Plan The SWAP described methodology for 4 key components of assessments – source water area delineation, potential contaminant source inventory, susceptibility determination, and dissemination to the public. Delaware SWAP was submitted to EPA for review in March and approved by EPA in October Published by: Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control and the Delaware Source Water Protection Citizen and Technical Advisory Committee.
Occurrence and Distribution of Mercury in the Surficial Aquifer, Long Neck Peninsula, Sussex County, Delaware, The first part of the document is the Watershed Assessment Report, also called a (b) Report.
The second part of the document contains a list of all the waters in the state that are considered impaired because they do not achieve water quality standards, and is called the (d) List. The Source Water Assessment and Protection Program (SWAPP) was created by Congress as part of the Safe Drinking Water Act Amendments of The goal of the SWAPP is to better protect public drinking water resources by providing local and state governments, and the public more information about those resources.
The Division of Water manages and protects Delaware’s water resources. It provides technical assistance, laboratory services, and regulatory guidance and implementation.
And the Division performs applied research and provides educational services. Source water and wellhead protection, well permitting, and water allocation. Read more. Information about Delaware's Water Quality, including drinking water, groundwater, testing, reports, and more.
Delaware Source Water Assessment & Protection Program State of Delaware. § Source Water Protection Citizen and Technical Advisory Committee. The Secretary shall consult a citizen and technical advisory committee, as established by the Delaware Source Water Assessment Plan, on matters related to the implementation of the Source Water Assessment Plan and the requirements of this statute.
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[United States. Environmental Protection Agency. Office of Water.;]. Assessment and Restoration plan which addresses remaining toxics TMDLs in the upcoming years.
Appendix B contains Citizens Monitoring results. Appendix C contains comments and responses to the Tentative Determination for the State of Delaware Clean Water Act Section (d) List of Waters Needing TMDLs.
STATE OF DELAWARE DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES & ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL DIVISION OF WATER 89 KINGS HIGHWAY DOVER, DELAWARE Delaware’s good nature depends on you. Source Water Assessment and Protection Program Source Water Assessment Plan Subcommittee Meeting Thursday Janu a.m.
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A Source Water Assessment Area shall constitute a critical area as defined under Chap Title 29 of the Delaware Code. (67) ‘Source Water Assessment Plan’ shall mean the October U.S.
EPA approved plan for evaluating the sources of public drinking water in Delaware for their vulnerability and susceptibility to contamination. Buy The State of Delaware source water assessment plan Delaware's approach to protecting its sources of public drinking water: final draft (SuDoc EP SO 8/2/D 36) by U.S.
Environmental Protection Agency (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low Author: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Initially, the Agency helped write the Source Water Assessment Plan submitted by the State to U.S. EPA which outlined Delaware’s approach to source water protection.
Concurrently, WRA developed the SWAPP website and continues to maintain it today to provide public access to information developed for this program.
STATE OF DELAWARE DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES & ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL DIVISION OF WATER 89 KINGS HIGHWAY DOVER, DELAWARE Delaware’s good nature depends on you. Source Water Assessment and Protection Program Source Water Assessment Plan Subcommittee Meeting Thursday Aug a.m.
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Each taxpayer is allowed $ (effective January 1, ) in tax credits times the number ofFile Size: 8MB.Additional Links for the Office of Drinking Water (ODW) Drinking Water Watch is a tool that enables users to view drinking water data from any public water system in Delaware.
Public drinking water consumer information. Private well owners. Contact the Office of Drinking Water. Office location.Delaware's Source Water Assessment Plan was approved by the U.S.
Environmental Protection Agency in October The program is charged with delineating source water areas around all sources of public drinking water in the state, identifying all existing and potential sources of contamination within those areas and making the information.