Gov. Evers Endorses Water Quality Recommendations from DNR, DATCP, DHS
“Folks should be able to trust the water coming from their tap”
MADISON — Gov. Tony Evers today endorsed the water quality recommendations of the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, Department of Agriculture, Trade, and Consumer Protection, and the Department of Health Services.
“Folks should be able to trust the water coming from their tap,” said Gov. Evers. “I’m proud that my administration is taking a lead on the issue of water quality in the Year of Clean Drinking Water, and I’m hopeful that the Speaker’s Task Force on Water Quality will take up these recommendations to ensure clean water is a reality across our state.”
A letter detailing the agencies’ recommendations can be found here.
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