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Office of Drinking Water


Office of Drinking Water

Welcome to the Office of Drinking Water

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.


Delaware PFOA and PFOS MCL Development

The Division of Public Health in coordination with DNREC is in the process of developing a Delaware-specific MCL (Maximum Contaminant Level) for PFAS (Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances) in drinking water. As such, an MCL implementation plan has been developed.

PFOA / PFOS Factsheet


Office of Drinking Water Programs

Payments to the Office of Drinking Water (ODW)

ODW now accepts online payments. Payments accepted are for Delaware Licensed Drinking Water Operators who are applying for license renewals (not for new applicants) and for Public Water Systems who are paying their annual fees. Choose from the links below to access the appropriate payment portal.

Additional Links for the Office of Drinking Water

Additional Water Resources

Delaware's Water
Quality

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Drinking Water State Revolving Fund

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Public Drinking Water Notices
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BIL Technical Assistance Guide
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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
Private Drinking
Water Wells

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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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