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News & Announcements
The Division of Drinking Water is addressing reported issues with culinary water at The Highland Subdivision in Morgan County.
The Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) updated the fee schedule for Fiscal Year 2021 fee schedule (131 KB). The DEQ fee schedule includes substantial changes to the Division of Drinking Water fee items.
The laboratories shown on this map may be able to perform the testing indicated.
The Utah Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) is encouraging schools and childcare facilities to apply for funds to test for lead in their drinking water after the agency received a $434,000 Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) grant to cover the cost of
testing. Interested facilities should apply by March 31, 2020, for the best chance to receive grant money.
The Drinking Water Board authorized the Division of Drinking Water on August 27, 2019, to initiate rulemaking for revising R309-400, Improvement Priority System and Public Water System Ratings (IPS Rule). Please visit our website ips.utah.gov for detailed information.
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(11/5/2018)–The Drinking Water Board has adopted changes effective January 1, 2019, to the Cross Connection Control rules for both water systems and certifications. These changes will have an impact on a water system’s Cross Connection Control program and requirements for Cross Connection Control certifications. Water systems and certified individuals should familiarize themselves with these changes.
(11/26/2018)–Operator Certification and Cross Connection Certification fees changed, effective January 1, 2019.
In 2017, the EPA sent a letter recommending that schools test their drinking water for lead. The Utah Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) and the Utah Department of Health (DOH) are partnering with Utah schools to conduct voluntary sampling for lead in their drinking water.
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