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OECA Announces New Drinking Water Documentation on ECHO

Drinking Water documentation was added to the ECHO REST Services Documentation page, providing interactive descriptions and generation of the REST services used to provide data for ECHO’s Drinking Water System Search.  Web services allow developers to design custom applications utilizing a live feed of data from ECHO.  An ECHO goal is to provide data as broadly as possible, and these services, along with the web interface and bulk data downloads, offer a variety of ways to consume EPA’s enforcement and compliance data.
Other changes include improved facility search results documentation regarding impaired waters data, two new Enforcement Case Search optional columns related to Supplemental Environmental Projects, facility search results approximated locational map icons for facilities that are missing latitude/longitude data, and bug fixes.
Please see ECHO What’s New for information about new features, and Contact Us with questions.  Thank you for your interest in ECHO.