Searchable wastewater-related reports, including electronic discharge monitoring reports (eDMR), have been moved to the new Wastewater Reports page.
Water Use Reports
DEP collects electronic self-monitoring water use reports from public water supply agencies, hydropower facilities and each person whose total withdrawal exceeds an average rate of 10,000 gallons per day in any 30-day period.
- Water Source Registration
A report of water use source registration. Information includes the identification of the registrant, the name, description, and location of water sources, and the amounts of water withdrawal or water purchased or sold. Note: water uses quantities collected during registration was discontinued in 2012.
- Water Quantity Report by Source
An annual report of source level information, monthly water withdrawals for each type of source, and monthly purchases and sales amounts through public water supply interconnections.
- Water Management Plan Daily Water Use Report
A quarterly report of daily water withdrawal and purchases submitted by oil and gas operators. Note: daily reporting commenced in January 2017; prior reports were monthly water withdrawal and purchases submitted quarterly found in the Water Quantity Report by Source viewer.
Drinking Water Reports
- Drinking Water Reporting System (DWRS)
DRWS allows public access to public drinking water systems' sample history, inventory information and recent violation history. Based on selection criteria provided by the user, information will be displayed for a single water system or multiple systems.
- Consumer Confidence Reporting System website generates dynamic reports on detections and violations to assist community water systems in preparing their annual Consumer Confidence Reports on quality of drinking water. The source of the information is the Pennsylvania Drinking Water Information System (PADWIS) maintained by DEP Bureau of Safe Drinking Water's PADWIS Section. Data for the next calendar year will be available on March 1st. The violation reports contain self-monitoring violations for contaminants useful in preparing the CCR.