Public Well Info
Home Water Testing
A Drinking Water Laboratory
The Environmental Protections Agency's home page for drinking water.
Learn about drinking water contaminates from the United States Environmental Protection Agency.
Until it is determine the water is safe to drink, EPA and CDC recommend that people only consume bottled or filtered water.
Information about private drinking water wells from the United States Environmental Protection Agency
Search for your local Consumer Confidence Report from the United States Environmental Protection Agency
The Center for Disease Control main page on drinking water.
The DEQ has primary enforcement authority in Michigan for the Federal Safe Drinking Water Act.
What is a community water supply? Where can I find the reporting forms I need?
The Drinking Water Analysis Laboratory offers services for the analysis of drinking water quality.
Find the water quality in your county.
Information about water quality and well construction from the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality
General information on Lead and Copper in Drinking water.
The State of Michigan continues to provide valuable resources and information to help Flint families recover from the water crisis.
U.S. Geological Survey study identified some geologic and hydrologic factors that affect arsenic in ground water from eight counties in southeastern Michigan.
Local information about water from the Oakland County Health Division
MDEQ Water Sampling 101 - A quick video on how to pack and ship samples requiring thermal preservation.
A multi departmental response to investigate the PFAS family of chemicals in Michigan's drinking water and ground water
EGLE lists what is Excellent, Satisfactory or Objectionable for common test results
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