Daniel P. O'Rourke, Division Chief
935 Sandy Lane
Warwick, Rhode Island
(401) 738-2000 x6600
The primary purpose of the Warwick Water Division is to provide safe drinking water to nearly 27,000 water customers pursuant to the safe drinking water act.
- Assure testing requirements are met, pursuant to EPA and Health Department rules and regulations.
- Issuance of bills to 27,000 customers on a quarterly basis.
- Expenditures of Water revenues to upgrade, replace, and rehabilitate the existing transmission and distribution system.
Committee, Boards, Commissions:
Rhode Island EPA
Rules and Regulations for Surface Water Quality
Rules and Regulations for Groundwater Quality (Eff. 4/17/05)
NEW Rules and Regulations for Groundwater Quality (Eff. 6/30/05)
USGS Massachusetts - Rhode Island Water Science Center - The mission of the USGS Massachusetts-Rhode Island Water Science Center is to provide the hydrologic information and understanding necessary for the management and use of the Nation's water resources.
- Water Science for Schools - Information on many aspects of water, along with pictures, data, maps, and an interactive center where you can give opinions and test your water knowledge.
- The Learning Web - A portion of the USGS website dedicated to K-12 education and life-long learning. Explore things on, in, around and about the Earth such as land, water, plants and animals, and maps.
- National Atlas of the United States - Make interactive maps within your web browser!
- Ground Water Atlas of the United States - Describes the location, the extent, and the geologic and hydrologic characteristics of the major aquifers of the Nation
- Science in Your Watershed - Find information about your watershed
- Water Education Posters - Cartoon posters for grades K-12 on subjects of wetlands, water use, wastewater, navigation, ground water, and water quality
- Aquifer Basics
- Water Basics Glossary of Terms
- USGS Library - The largest earth science library in the world... providing information to other organizations and individuals in the areas of geology, hydrology, cartography, biology, and related fields.