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Information about PFAS in Drinking Water
NEW JERSEY ADOPTS STRINGENT DRINKING WATER STANDARDS FOR PFOA AND PFOS
PFNA/PFAS Sampling Guidance for NJ Water Systems
Summary of Amendments to SDWA and PWTA
New Jersey Lead Service Line Requirements
On July 22, 2021, the Governor signed legislation into law for mandatory lead service line replacement, NJ Bill A5343/S3398, P.L.2021, Ch.183, effective immediately upon signature. Public community water systems are required to inventory and replace all known lead service lines and address all service lines of unknown materials in their service areas by July 22, 2031. The legislation also bans partial lead service line replacements. Additional information may be found online at
Recently passed legislation, NJ Bill A5343, requiresall public community water systemsto compile and submit the Lead Service Line Inventory Report (DEP_10-S_00014.1)by September 20, 2021.
Notice about updated Monitoring Schedules for 1, 2, 3 TCP, EDB, and DBCP(2/12/2021)
Notice for Applicable Public Water Systems Regarding PFAS Monitoring Schedules(12/29/2020)
Updated Notice Regarding Initial Monitoring Reductions(1/30/2020)
Drinking Water State Revolving Fund SFY2020 Fundable Range as of March 1, 2020
Radionuclides in Drinking Water: A Small Entity Compliance Guide
Nitrate Monitoring Requirements, Guidance to CWS and NTNCWS
Water Allocation Permit Fee Changes for 2020
Public Notification Frequently Asked Questions for Customers of a Public Water System
CCR Review Checklist(This document is used by NJDEP when reviewing CCRs for compliance with content requirements; CWS may refer to this as guidance when preparing a CCR for distribution to consumers.)
New MCL PFNA/1,2,3 TCP Webinar
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The Division of Water Supply & Geoscience (DWSG) works to ensure New Jerseys water supply is adequate, reliable, safe, and available for the future, based on sound science.