Drinking Water Protection
Attention: Links on this page take you outside the Minnesota Department of Health website. The Minnesota Department of Health does not endorse any opinion, report, product or service described in the following links.
American Water Works Association
AWWA is a resource for safe drinking water.
Minnesota Section American Water Works Association
News and information about AWWA activities in Minnesota.
Clean Water Fund Initiatives
News and information about the Clean Water Fund at the Minnesota Department of Health.
Environmental Law: Understanding our Laws and Regulations
A summary of environmental laws from the University of Southern California.
U. S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Drinking
Water and Health Advisories
Drinking Water and Health Advisory summary tables are prepared periodically by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Water, Office of Science and Technology.
EPA Drinking Water
State Revolving Loan Fund
The national act on which the local drinking water revolving loan fund is based.
EPA Office of Ground Water & Drinking
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agencys website for drinking water.
EPA Quick Reference Guides
Reference Guides to Drinking Water Rules and Standards
Minnesota Department of Agriculture
If you have questions regarding bottled water.
Minnesota Department of Health Delegation Agreements
Information regarding delegation agreements with the Minnesota Department of Health.
Minnesota Pollution Control Agency
A state resource devoted to environmental protection, including feedlots and wastewater.
Public Facilities Authority - Department of Employment and Economic Development
They administer the loans for the Minnesota Drinking Water Revolving Loan Fund.
Minnesota Rural Water Association
A utility membership organization that represents water and wastewater utilities across Minnesota.
Minnesotas Water/Wastewater Agency Response Network (MnWARN)
A mutual-aid network to promote and support a statewide response to utility emergencies and disasters through mutual assistance for water, wastewater, and stormwater utilities in Minnesota.
National Environmental Services Center
The National Drinking Water Clearinghouse offers free information and assistance to help small towns and rural areas have clean, safe drinking water.