New Water Use Data Collection and Reporting Requirements for Public Water Systems – 2018 Revisions to Utah Code 19-4 (H.B. 303)

Revisions to the Utah Safe Drinking Water Act, Utah Code 19-4, that were enacted by the 2018 Legislature are effective on May 8, 2018. The revisions impose new requirements on public water systems to collect and report water use data to the state of Utah and specify the type of data that are required to be reported. The revisions also require the Division of Drinking Water (DDW) to use the water use data to establish system-specific source and storage minimum sizing requirements. The system-specific requirements will replace current state-wide standards in phases. DDW is working on revising the current minimum sizing rule (R309-510) to implement the new requirements accordingly.

Information about new requirements imposed by the revisions to Utah Code 19-4 (H.B. 303) can be found below:

Links to Additional Information about revisions to Utah Code 19-4 (H.B. 303):

The following report provides information about the collection of water use data needed to establish source sizing requirements and identifies metering equipment that may be capable of generating the required data:

If you have questions about the new water use data reporting and minimum sizing requirements,
please contact:

For questions about financial assistance that may be available for compliance with the new water use data collection and reporting requirements, please contact:

This entry was last updated in Drinking Water, Laws & Rules on May 9, 2018 at 2:39 pm