Local Environmental Protection Program

Responsibilities

  • Inspections of private water wells and on-site wastewater systems
  • Real Estate transfers
  • Environmental concerns
  • Environmental Lead assessment
  • Public water supply protection
  • Non-point source pollution
  • Pollution Prevention
  • Floodplain Analysis
  • Building Permits

About the LEPP

From the Kansas Department of Health and Environment:

The Local Environmental Protection Program (LEPP) continues to emphasize the importance of wastewater and private well water codes, to be developed and administered by county health departments and other local authorities. Development of a sanitary code is an important first step in addressing the overall water quality needs of a community.LEPP funding enables local authorities to develop water protection plans which are customized for their areas and compliment other water quality efforts being waged by state and federal agencies. Plans developed with LEPP funds describe actions that communities will take to manage private septic system waste water treatment, solid waste, hazardous waste, nonpoint source pollution, and private water wells.

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LOCAL CONSUMER CONFIDENCE REPORTS

 

CITY OF ATLANTA   Atlanta Consumer Confidence Report

CITY OF BURDEN    Burden Consumer Confidence Report

CITY OF OXFORD  City of Oxford Consumer Confidence Report

CITY OF UDALL City of Udall Consumer Confidence Report

CITY OF GEUDA SPRINGS  Geuda Springs Consumer Confidence Report

BUTLER COUNTY RURAL WATER DISTRICT #6 Butler Rural Water District No. 6

SEDGWICK COUNTY RURAL WATER DISTRICT #3 Sedgwick Rural Water District No. 3

SUMNER COUNTY RURAL WATER DISTRICT #4 Sumner County District 4 Consumer Confidence Report

COWLEY COUNTY DISTRICTS

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#3  Cowley Rural Water District No. 3

#4 Cowley Rural Water District No. 4

#5  Cowley Rural Water District No. 5

#6  Cowley Rural Water District No. 6

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