Laws and Rules: Drinking Water and Source Water Protection Programs - Minnesota Dept. of Health

Laws and Rules
Drinking Water and Source Water Protection Programs

The Minnesota Department of Health enforces the federal Safe Drinking Water Act including the National Primary Drinking Water Regulations created under the Act. These regulations are legally enforceable standards and treatment techniques that apply to public water systems in order to protect drinking and source water. The Minnesota Department of Health is authorized to enforce the Safe Drinking Water Act by Minnesota Statute. Minnesota has also adopted rules to implement Safe Drinking Water Act provisions, the Drinking Water Revolving Loan Fund, Operator Certification, and Source Water Protection based on state and federal authorities.  Laws and rules supporting of the Minnesota Department of Health’s Drinking Water program are summarized below. 

Community and Noncommunity Public Water Supply

Drinking Water Revolving Fund

Drinking Water Operator Certification

Source Water Protection

Rulemaking Activity

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Past Revisions

Updated Monday, 29-Nov-2021 09:05:35 CST