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Office of Drinking Water


Office of Drinking Water Information

The mission of the Office of Drinking Water is to protect the health of Delawareans by assuring safe drinking water through comprehensive monitoring, technical assistance and public education.

Approved Sampler/Tester Training

The Approved Sampler/Tester Training and Refresher courses are held on a monthly basis in Dover. The trainings are also held in northern and southern locations several times a year.

Please refer to the latest issue of the TapTalk newsletter (below) for a published schedule of training events, or call the Office of Drinking Water for more information.





Protect Your Groundwater Day

Sponsored by the National Groundwater Association

Why protect groundwater? Because Americans are the largest water users, per capita, in the world.* Americans use 79.6 billion gallons of groundwater per day!

Learn about these and other interesting facts from the National Groundwater Association.



Where does your water come from?


Office of Drinking Water Programs

TapTalk - The Newsletter of the Office of Drinking Water



Additional Links

Governor's Water
Quality Website

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Drinking Water Reports

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DNREC Division of
Water Resources
Water Supply Section

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US EPA
Safe Drinking
Water Home Page

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US EPA
Delaware's
Drinking Water

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US EPA
Private Drinking
Water Wells

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US EPA
Public Water
System Information
Search

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University of
Delaware - Water
Resources Agency

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Del-Tech Environmental
Training Center

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Delaware Rural
Water Association

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Southeast Rural
Community Assistance
Project



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Last Updated: Tuesday October 07 2014
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