Whats polluting the waterways in Daviess County? Thats what the Kentucky Division of Water is trying to find out. Field crews are testing for pollution in waterways going into Panther and Longfalls creek. The tests are critical in finding out whether the water is suitable for whatever it is used for. It is a process required by the EPA. A very important testing process covering 62 creeks and streams. Field Crew Manager, Alanna Storey says some creeks have low amounts of oxygen. This effects whether fish can continue to live in the water. While the pollution she says could be coming from malfunctioning septic systems or agricultural runoff. But Daviess county residents will not find out for at least two years. Thats when the Kentucky Department of Water will release the results of the tests in a public meeting in Owensboro.