2013 Safe Drinking Water Act Annual Compliance Report file size 1MB
Annual Report to the U.S. EPA that includes counts of all drinking water violations and a detailed list of all Public Water Systems with health-based violations. June 2014.
Bacteria Source Tracking Pilot Study file size 1MB file size 4MB
A study undertaken to develop a protocol for locating sources of bacterial contamination in rivers and streams to supplement the surface-water-quality monitoring required under the Clean Water Act.
The Clean Water State Revolving Fund provides loans to help municipalities comply with federal and state water quality requirements.
The Drinking Water State Revolving Fund provides loans to communities to improve water supply infrastructure and drinking water safety.
Results of the first phase of the Massachusetts Energy Management Pilot for Drinking Water and Wastewater Treatment Facilities, designed to reduce municipal and regional treatment plant greenhouse gas emissions and energy use by 20 percent.
The Bureau of Resource Protection's report on program goals achieved in FY 2012.
Many people know that nutrients like phosphorus and nitrogen are contained in fertilizers, and when overused can cause water pollution problems that require corrective action. But the impacts of excessive nutrient pollution to coastal communities from wastewater disposal systems and storm water runoff are not understood as well. The Massachusetts Estuaries Project was developed to determine current nutrient loads and assist in the evaluation of future nutrient load scenarios for estuaries located in Southeastern Massachusetts coastal communities.
Outline of efforts to manage impacts of excessive nutrients on Massachusetts water resources.
Massachusetts Ecological Integrity Maps and MassDEP Maps Depicting Habitat of Potential Regional or Statewide Importance
This page describes Massachusetts Ecological Integrity Maps and MassDEP Maps Depicting Habitat of Potential Regional or Statewide Importance.
Overview and explanation of TMDLs, Integrated Lists of Waters (submitted every two years to EPA), and TMDL reports from Massachusetts watersheds.