Utah Division of Drinking Water
Page Address: drinkingwater.utah.gov
News and Announcements
- Lead in Drinking Water in Utah
(02/01/16) - Information for the public about lead levels in Utah drinking water in response to concerns about the lead contamination in Flint, Michigan drinking water.
Frequently Asked Questions | Utah Water System Lead Action Levels | Utah's Correspondence with EPA
- Drinking Water Energy (Cost) Savings Handbook
(08/07/15)—Handbook provides water system operators and managers with ideas on how to save a significant amount of money by reducing the cost of power necessary to deliver water. See a Summary of Energy (Cost) Savings.
Case Study: Jordan Valley Water Conservancy District's Energy (Cost) Savings.
- Penalty Fee for Construction without Plan Approval
(7/1/15)—Policy | Flowchart
- Submitting Source Protection Documents Electronically
(05/05/15)—Standard formating prior to submittal.
- Online Reports
(03/11/15)—Standard reports are now available online for each water system within Utah.
- More News and Announcements
R309-540, Pumping Facilities
DDW is seeking informal comments until 6/22/2016 on draft revisions to the rule (prior to starting the formal rulemaking process)
2016 Sanitary Survey Assignments
By Health Department, as of February 23, 2016
Climate Evaluation and Awareness Tool (CREAT)
EPA has developed a software tool to assist drinking water and waste water utility owners and operators.
This page presents quick links to DDW Web pages and documents that are not presently linked from anywhere else within this site.
- Energy Performance Contracting
A pre-qualified list of multiple vendors who have been pre-approved for energy performance contracting services.
- EPA Water Security Division Products
GRAMA Request Form
Information request form for Division of Drinking Water data.
Potential Construction Projects in Utah
This list of potential construction projects is the Division's attempt to identify water systems that need construction projects to comply with the SDWA.
Utah Water Quality Alliance
Formed in 1994 to assist drinking water utilities in water quality optimization projects and in updates of new regulations. For more information contact: Eva Nieminski, Ph.D. (801-536-4189).