Possible Contaminating Activities (PCA) Inventory Agricultural/Rural

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Public water systems can use the Possible Contaminating Activities (PCA) Inventory Agricultural/Rural mobile app with a smartphone or tablet to inspect water sources for possible contaminating activities (PCA).

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The app information should be contained in the drinking water PCS assessment submittal. This app includes a detailed Checklist for Possible Contaminating Activities (PCA) Inventory Agricultural/Rural. The protection zone for groundwater sources are a set of three circles surrounding the source. (For springs and horizontal wells, if determined to be groundwater sources, the protection zones need not include those portions of the circles down gradient of the source.) It is important to routinely evaluate water sources for Possible Contaminating Activities (PCA) on a scheduled basis.

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