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Lead, Copper, and Drinking Water: Monitoring and Reporting Requirements

How to test for lead and copper in new public water systems. Forms and instructions for PWSs with water known to be corrosive to comply with monitoring and reporting rules. Related guidance and reference materials.
  • 2014 6M1 List
    List of systems who are scheduled to sample along with the bottle count.
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    Use this searchable database of analytical results and compliance data to learn more about the quality of your drinking water and your public water system's compliance with state and federal regulations.

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Drinking Water Watch
Use this searchable database of analytical results and compliance data to learn more about the quality of your drinking water and your public water system's compliance with state and federal regulations.
Lead and Copper Monitoring
Forms and information for lead / copper monitoring.
Sample Site Selection Form
Lead and Copper Sampling Site Selection form and Material Survey Sheet. All new community water systems (CWS) and non-transient/non-community water systems (NTNC) must fill this form out and send it to TCEQ before the first round of lead and copper sampling. The TCEQ contract laboratory will use the shipping address from this form for sending samping kits to your system.