Manitoba Water and Wastewater Operators

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Manitoba Operators have an important role in protecting public health and the environment. Their diligence and hard work especially in these rapidly changing times is acknowledged. We are committed to ensuring Manitoba Operators are provided with timely information that is needed to ensure the safety of water supplies and the environment.

New - We Want Your Feedback

The Office of Drinking Water is in the process of updating the water quality data tables. The proposed new water quality data tables are open for review and comments:

Please review the data for your water system. If there are discrepancies between our data and yours, please contact melanie.bestill@gov.mb.ca by June 26, 2020.

Note: The proposed draft water quality tables shows the information available from 2016 to 2018.

  • The cells highlighted in yellow indicate non-compliance with a water quality standard.
  • NR, highlighted in grey indicates data is not required. For example, the standard does not apply to that water system.
  • NS means the standard does apply but we have no sample data.


This information is available in an alternate format upon request, please contact melanie.betsill@gov.mb.ca.

The existing water quality data tables will continue to be available until they are updated:

Manitoba Operators have an important role in protecting public health and the environment. Their diligence and hard work especially in these rapidly changing times is acknowledged. We are committed to ensuring Manitoba Operators are provided with timely information that is needed to ensure the safety of water supplies and the environment.

New - We Want Your Feedback

The Office of Drinking Water is in the process of updating the water quality data tables. The proposed new water quality data tables are open for review and comments:

Please review the data for your water system. If there are discrepancies between our data and yours, please contact melanie.bestill@gov.mb.ca by June 26, 2020.

Note: The proposed draft water quality tables shows the information available from 2016 to 2018.

  • The cells highlighted in yellow indicate non-compliance with a water quality standard.
  • NR, highlighted in grey indicates data is not required. For example, the standard does not apply to that water system.
  • NS means the standard does apply but we have no sample data.


This information is available in an alternate format upon request, please contact melanie.betsill@gov.mb.ca.

The existing water quality data tables will continue to be available until they are updated: