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Public water-supply use in Kansas, 1987-97
J. F. Kenny
by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey in [Reston, Va.?
Written in English
|Other titles||Public water supply use in Kansas, 1987-97.|
|Statement||Joan F. Kenny ; prepared in cooperation with the Kansas Water Office.|
|Series||USGS fact sheet -- 187-99., Fact sheet (Geological Survey (U.S.)) -- FS-99-187.|
|Contributions||Kansas Water Office., Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| p. :|
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data is essential for responsible and effective use of the information by various State agencies. Public-Supply Water Use in Kansas, – Abstract. This fact sheet describes water-use data collection and quantities of surface water and groundwater diverted for public supply in Kansas for the years through The Public Water Supply Section of the Kansas Department of Health and Environment's Bureau of Water is charged with regulating all public water supply systems in the state to ensure safe drinking water.
The section oversees more than 1, public water supply systems including municipalities, rural water districts, and privately owned systems. On average, irrigation makes up 85 percent of the consumptive use of water in Kansas. This can vary significantly depending on weather conditions.
Municipal (public water supply) is next, accounting for about 10 percent of total consumptive use of water in the state. Contact KHEL (Kansas Health and Environment Laboratories) at: () and the Public Water Supply Section at: () so that we can get you a replacement bottle as soon as possible.
Public Works & Utilities manages a street network of more than 5, lane miles, provides drinking water and wastewater service, and maintains other asset groups. many others who contributed to the safe public water supplies which we enjoy today.
Any attempt to cover the history of public water supply in Kansas in a single speech must be sketchy at best, but, to help in organizing our thoughts I will discuss: 1. the early public health problems associated with drinking water, 2. the water men and women whoFile Size: 71KB.
This U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) Data Release provides derivative statistics of water used by Kansas public-supply systems in Gallons per capita per day is calculated using self-reported information in the “Part B: Monthly Water Use Summary” and “Part C: Population, Service Connections, and Water Rates” sections of the Kansas Department of Agriculture, Division of Water.
The Public Water Supply Program ensures safe drinking water to the million citizens of Mississippi who utilize the state's public water supplies by strictly enforcing the requirements of the Federal and State Safe Drinking Water Acts (SDWAs). Geology and Ground-water Resources of a Part of South-central Kansas with special reference to the Wichita municipal water supply, by Charles C.
Williams and Stanley W. Lohman, with analyses by Robert H. Hess and others. Published in Bulle part 6.
While the KDHE does not have specific regulations or statutes which pertain to protection of the public water supply from backflow/backsiphonage from a funeral home, Kansas does have broad regulations and statutes concerning the protection of public water supply, including: KAR See section (f).
KSA a KSA g. They are not intended to be a guide for the design and/or construction of public water supply systems. For information on Kansas public water supply system design standards, contact the Public Water Supply Section of the Kansas Department of Health and Environment/Bureau of Water at Looking for new and used books online.
Browse our vast selection of bestsellers and staff picks. Low prices, quick turnaround and fast shipping, only at. The USGS's National Water Use Information Program compiles and publishes the Nation's water-use data. Public access to some of these data is provided via the USGS Water Data for the Nation site (additional background).
Water use refers to water that is used for specific purposes. Water-use data is collected by area type (State, county, watershed or aquifer) and source such as rivers or. These data were collected by the Kansas Rural Water Association (), working directly with the public water supply systems, using printed maps of the datasets.
Updates were hand-drawn on the maps and then heads-up digitized at the Data Access and Support Center (DASC).Publish Year:. The Engineering & Permits Unit oversees the permitting of public water supply systems and related infrastructure pertaining to the supply of potable water to the public.
K.A.R. and K.S.A. require a public water supply system to have a permit issued by the Secretary of the Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE).The Kansas Municipal Water Use publication has been prepared annually since to show comparative statistics for active public water suppliers that have filed water use reports with the Kansas Department of Agriculture, Division of Water Resources (DWR).The organization Kansas Water Office represents an institution, an association, or corporate body that is associated with resources found in Brigham Young University.
The organization Kansas Water Office represents an institution, an association, or corporate body that is associated with resources found in Brigham Young University.