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Monitoring Drinking Water Quality: Requirements for PWSs

How often public water systems (PWSs) must monitor for chemicals or pathogens. What locations must be sampled. What labs can be used for coliform analysis. Monitoring plans.

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Alternative Monitoring Guidelines
Alternative Monitoring Guidelines are a tool to implement the 1996 Amendments to the Safe Drinking Water Act. The guidelines give states the option to provide statewide monitoring waivers.
Radiochemicals and Drinking Water
Information on the occurrence of radiochemicals in public water systems (PWSs) in Texas, and what are the long-term risks to health and treatment options. Compliance determination and public notification requirements.