Drinking Water Quality

Drinking Water Quality

Environmental Public Health, in conjunction with Campus Services’ Energy and Facilities group, assists building managers and others interested in assessing the quality of drinking water within their buildings.

The Drinking Water Quality program also provides technical support and assistance for urgent drinking water issues.

Department Contact

Valerie Nelson
Associate Director of Environmental Public Health

Did You Know?

Even eggs purchased from approved sources can contain harmful bacteria that can lead to foodborne illness. Pasteurized eggs and egg products have been treated to destroy salmonella and other disease causing microorganisms.

Consider using pasteurized eggs or egg products in dishes that will not be fully cooked (e.g. over-easy eggs, soufflés, Hollandaise sauce).