NOTE: Electronic reporting is required for most parameters including IOCs, VOCs, Radiologicals, and Total Coliform. Paper submission is required only for those forms listed on this page and can be submitted by the deadline via email firstname.lastname@example.org with the name of the form in the subject line.
Please note that when submitting compliance sampling forms (DR, TU, etc.), whether on paper or by email to email@example.com, they should be submitted SEPARATELY from the Monthly Operator Report Forms. Sample results and Monthly Operator Forms are reviewed by different Units and submitting them separately will help to ensure that your forms are routed properly.
NOTE: If a facility is offline for an entire calendar quarter (i.e. January 1st – March 31st):
The Sink for Dishwashing Only sign may be used by facilities to indicate to customers that the tap is not to be used for other human consumption (e.g. drinking, cooking, making baby formula). Public water systems are still required to ensure compliance with all Federal and State Safe Drinking Water regulations at the posted tap(s).
Water Infrastructure Improvements for the Nation (WIIN) Act
The forms provided here are for convenience only. They are not DEP's forms but are excerpts from EPA's "Strategic Plan for Targeted Outreach to Populations Affected by Lead Water Infrastructure Improvements for the Nation (WIIN) Act." Public water systems are advised to contact EPA directly. Additional information is available at https://www.epa.gov/dwreginfo/strategic-plan-targeted-outreach-populations-affected-lead.
2020 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.)
Regarding SOC Waivers for the 2017-2019 compliance period.
In order for a water system to be considered for a waiver from SOC sampling for the 2017-2019 compliance period, a completed NJ Well Vulnerability Questionnaire must be on file with the Bureau of Safe Drinking Water (BSDW) for each well in use. Water Systems: refer to the SOC letter you received dated September 11, 2017 for the list of wells with completed questionnaires on file with the BSDW. If any wells are in use that are not listed in the letter, then you need to complete the Vulnerability Questionnaire for any well(s) not listed. Otherwise, you must initiate the required quarterly monitoring for SOCs in the first quarter of 2018.