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Division of Water Resource Management Programs

Looking westward at the Florida capitol building in Tallahassee, Florida.

Aquifer Protection Program - UIC

Implements Florida's Underground Injection Control program, which provides necessary disposal while protecting underground sources of drinking water.
Rays of Sun through the Water

Certification and Restoration Program

Oversees professional licensing of water and wastewater treatment operators.
head spring in Jackson Blue Spring Recreational Area near Marianna

Domestic Wastewater Program

Works with wastewater utilities and Florida residents to protect and conserve water resources while meeting the basic public health need for...
Bahia Honda State Park - Sunset over the bridge

Engineering, Hydrology and Geology Program

Provides technical support for mining projects and mine reclamation, stormwater/surface water management systems, dam safety, and other in-water...
Sebastian Inlet State Park - North Jetty

Industrial Wastewater

Regulates facilities and activities that discharge to surface waters and ground waters of the state.
Lake Louisa State Park - view across the lake

Mining and Mitigation Program

The Mining and Mitigation Program regulates mining in Florida. Staff review ERPs and reclamation plans for mines and handle permitting, compliance,...
Oleta River State Park - A new growth of mangroves

Nonmandatory Land Reclamation Program

Funding for the reclamation of mined phosphate lands, mined prior to 1975, identified in a 1980 report.
Photograph of Weeki Wachee River downstream from Weeki Wachee Springs State Park

NPDES Stormwater Program

Regulates point source discharges from three potential sources: Municipal Separate Storm Sewer Systems (MS4s), construction activities and industrial...

Oil and Gas Program

Primary responsibilities include conservation of oil and gas resources, correlative rights protection, maintenance of health and human safety, and...
Water color of Palm Beach, aerial view of Florida

Onsite Sewage Program

Onsite sewage treatment and disposal systems (OSTDS), commonly referred to as septic systems, are currently used for wastewater disposal by...


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