Updated WSU Pullman Water System Plan available for review and public comment

The Washington State Department of Health requires that Washington State University (WSU) Pullman campus update their Water System Plan every 6 years and hold an informational meeting with water users. The WSU Water System Plan describes the drinking water system, demand forecasting, water conservation, water rights, water quality, operation and maintenance, as well as other topics. The draft Water System Plan is available for review and comment at ehs.wsu.edu/public-health/drinking-water-quality. Comments can be submitted via email to ehs@wsu.edu or mailed to:

WSU Facilities Services
PO Box 643611
Pullman, WA 99164

The public meeting will be held at Washington State University, McCluskey Services, Administrative Conference Room 173 on June 28, at 10 a.m. All comments are due by June 28. Once the WSU Water System Plan is final, it will be available at the website above. If you have any questions, please contact Jeff Lannigan at 509‑335‑7221.

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