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Drinking Water Compliance Monitoring

The Drinking Water Compliance Monitoring Section of the Bureau of Water is charged with monitoring the levels of potential contaminants in statewide water systems.

Regulations

Drinking Water Compliance Monitoring regulations R.61-58 are promulgated pursuant to S.C. Code Sections 44-55-10 et seq. and are collectively known as the State Primary Drinking Water Regulations.  [R.61-58 State Primary Drinking Water Regulation] – see R.61-58.5.A - Maximum Contaminant Levels in  Drinking Water

Compliance Monitoring Programs

Compliance monitoring involves the collection of water samples from public drinking water systems to insure compliance with all State and Federal Regulations.  This monitoring is based upon the type, size and water source of the public water system.

Programs Name Phone
Section Manager Bruce Bleau
803-898-4154
Bacteriological Monitoring and Ground Water Rule (Community and Non-transient Non-community Systems) Wendi Smith
803-898-3572
Bacteriological Monitoring (Transient Non-community and State Systems) Connie Zeigler
803-898-0279
Chemical Monitoring Mary Ann Fuller
803-898-2382
Consumer Confidence Report (CCRs) Megan Johnson
803-898-4156
Disinfection and Disinfection Byproducts Rule (THMs & HAAs) Leslie Owens
803-898-4149
Drinking Water Fees Marty Chaney
803-898-3554

Lead and Copper Rule (T-codes)

Idris Liban
803-898-3573
Radiological Monitoring Megan Johnson
803-898-4156
Surface Water Treatment Rule Leslie Owens
803-898-4149

 


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