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Florida Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP) (477 words)
Water Data Central - The Department is enhancing the availability of water data to the public and water professionals.
The Department's Water Resource Management Programs are responsible for protecting the quality of Florida’s drinking water as well as its rivers, lakes and wetlands, and for reclaiming lands after they’ve been mined for phosphate and other minerals.
Water Resource Management conducts permitting, compliance and enforcement programs for Florida’s more than 3,000 domestic and 1,000 industrial wastewater facilities, its 6,300 drinking water systems, and a myriad of activities in wetlands and other surface waters.
Saskatchewan Environment - Water Management in Saskatchewan (128 words)
Management of water in Saskatchewan today is much more complex than in the past.
Water management must integrate the many demands, requirements and benefits of the water resource for the people of Saskatchewan.
The province’s precious water resources must be managed in a sustainable fashion, to meet the needs of current and future generations.
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