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Source & Drinking Water Program

New Systems Capacity Development Program

Capacity development (CD) is an initiative by the state to ensure that drinking water systems acquire and maintain adequate technical, managerial and financial capabilities to enable them to consistently provide safe drinking water. Capacity has three components: technical, managerial and financial.

The requirements of the new systems CD program may apply to your system, if the following applies.

System or proposed system is a CWS (community water system) or NTNCWS (non-transient, non-community water system) which:

Things of Interest to the Public

Components and Chemical Additive Certification Requirements

The state requires that all chemicals added to drinking water and all system components that come in contact with drinking water be certified under ANSI/NSF Standards 60 and 61. These standards ensure that there are no harmful chemicals inadvertently added to the drinking water supply. Please note: Links on this page will open in a new browser window.


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