Through this plan, the City of Toledo collaborates with other local, state and federal agencies to respond to and mitigate any hazardous materials incidents that occur in the city. The plan describes the strategy for a coordinated response to a discharge or substantial threat of discharge of oil, a release of a hazardous substance from a vessel, offshore facility, or onshore facility operating within the boundaries of the coastal and inland area of Western Lake Erie.
The Michigan Department of Environmental Quality surface water intake protection program (SWIPP) complement the wellhead protection program by protecting drinking water originating from surface water sources.
The New England Interstate Water Pollution Control Commission compiles source water assessment for interstate source waters, and provides GIS data. The document provides information on regulation, delineation, inventory, management, contingency planning, enforcement, and progress measurements.