Categories of Water Data
Integrated Water Analysis
The integrated water analysis pulls and interprets data from different water databases in order to provide more meaningful data. View all Integrated Water Analysis tools.
Ambient Water Quality
The water quality data identifies various characteristics of water, including chemical, physical, biological, and radiological types. This data is used to evaluate the possibility of causes among species and human beings. View all Ambient Water Quality tools.
The water financing is to assist communities across the country to meet the goals of the Clean Water Act by improving water quality, protecting aquatic wildlife and restoring water sources, and preserving our nation’s waters for recreational use. View all Water Financing tools.
EPA maintains drinking water in several databases including Safe Drinking Water Information System (SDWIS) /Federal and National Contaminant Occurrence Database (NCOD). EPA utilizes this information to help manage environmental programs, and provide public access to the data online. View all Drinking Water tools.
Monitoring programs under the Clean Water Act have identified tens of thousands of US water bodies that do not meet Water Quality Standards and are in need of restoration. This category provides various tools for restoration programs to help them consider where to invest their efforts for greater likelihood of success, based on the traits of their own geographic area's environment and communities. View all Water Restoration tools.