Source Water Assessment and Wellhead Protection Program

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Source Water Protection (SWP) Senate Bill 373

Source Water Assessment Program (SWAP)

Wellhead Protection Program (WHPP)

Source Water Assessment Reports (Reports on Community Water Systems)

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West Virginia Source Water Assessment and Wellhead Protection Programs

In West Virginia, the Source Water Assessment and Protection Program encompasses both the wellhead protection and surface water source water assessment efforts.  Implementation of the wellhead protection program began in the early 1990ís, as part of West Virginia ground water protection strategy.  This protection strategy was extended to surface water sources with the 1996 Safe Drinking Water Act Amendments.  The Act require states to develop and implement a Source Water Assessment and Protection (SWAP) program designed to evaluate the vulnerability of public drinking water systems to possible sources of contamination, and encourages states to work with these systems in developing protection and management plans.

 

HIGHLIGHTS 

2017 - 2018 Local Source Water Protection Grant Application

SWAP Protection Plan Template

Source Water Protection Senate Bill 373

Source Water Assessment Reports (Reports on Community Water Systems)

Groundwater Flow Mode Educational Loan Program

 



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