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Drinking Water

The Safe Drinking Water Query Form for the State of Kansas

The Safe Drinking Water Query Form for the State of Missouri

These websites allow public access to data about safe drinking water from the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Safe Drinking Water Information System. Four search options — water system name, county name, population served, system status — return information concerning local drinking water systems and suppliers including possible violations of the EPA’s drinking water regulations.

State of Kansas Public Water Supply Annual Compliance Report for Calendar Year 2008

This report by the Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE) provides a summary of Kansas water systems’ compliance with drinking water regulations, including violations of the maximum contaminant levels, treatment techniques, and monitoring requirements. Counties and municipalities on the Kansas side of the state line are covered in this resource. This is the most recent version of the report available.

Missouri Department of Natural Resources 2009 drinking water compliance Report

The compliance report from the Missouri Department of Natural Resources (DNR) uses data from tests for the presence of chemicals that might endanger the quality of public water systems. The water systems for municipalities on the Missouri side of the state line are covered in this resource.

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