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Welcome to the Public Water Systems Supervision Program

 

The Public Water Systems Supervision Program (PWSSP) is under the Surface and Ground Water Protection Department (SGWPD) of the Navajo Nation Environmental Protection Agency (NNEPA).

The Navajo Nation EPA is an independent entity of the Executive Branch of the Navajo Nation.  The Surface and Ground Water Protection Department is responsible for protecting the waters of the Navajo Nation.

The Public Water Systems Supervision Program is now a Primacy Program, based on the US EPA-Region 9 approval of the Primary Enforcement Authority over most of the public water systems on the Navajo Nation.

Here is the link to the PWSSP-specific website:  http://navajopublicwater.org/

 

 

Job Announcement with The Universtiy of Utah:

 

Job Description: 


Dr. Jennifer Weidhaas is recruiting a master's student to work on water quality issues in the Navajo Nation for the coming fall semster of 2019 or Spring of 2020. The research will involve evaluating public perceptions or water quality, assessing the microbiological/physical/chemical quality of hauled water on the Navajo Nation and determing the probabilistic risk from use of the water in homes. Through citizen science studies partnered with laboratory confirmation samplying, the student will conduct multidisciplinary research of great interest to the Navajo Nation. The student will be encouraged to present the results at regional, national and international conferences and publish in high-quality peer-reviewed journals.

As a University of Utah graduate student, the master's student will receive a nationally competitive salary, tuition waivers, and health insurance over the two-year project. Prospective students are encouraged to email your CV to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

additional information on the graduate program at the University of Utah can be found at: https://www.civil.utah.edu/g_program