Community and Noncommunity Water Supplies - 761-0320-15F
Description of Agency
The Office of Drinking Water and Municipal Assistance (ODWMA) is responsible for public drinking water and environmental health regulatory programs. There are approximately 11,000 public drinking water supplies in Michigan. Approximately 1,400 are community water supplies that furnish drinking water year-round to residential populations. The remaining 9,600 are defined as noncommunity water supplies, which provide water in places where people do not remain for long periods of time. ODWMA and contracted local health departments are responsible for enforcing compliance with community water supply and noncommunity water supply requirements, respectively, of the Michigan Drinking Water Act (Act 399 of 1976, as amended).
Estimated Release Date: January 2019
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