Small Public Water Systems Using Groundwater: Recommended O&M Schedule for Groundwater Sources
Preventative maintenance of groundwater systems is essential for maintaining safe drinking water and protecting public health.
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In addition, scheduled maintenance will ensure the longevity of the groundwater systems and reduce the costs of maintaining the treatment system over time. System users should have a schedule for monitoring the water supply, collecting water samples, and checking for contaminants on a daily, weekly, and monthly basis. The Small Public Water Systems Using Groundwater: Recommended O&M Schedule for Groundwater Sources Checklist outlines tasks that should be completed at different times to maintain a groundwater pumping and treatment system. For example, on a daily basis, one should be checking the general condition and any threats to water quality low water level in the system. On a monthly basis, one should check well water level if source capacity is marginal or there are drought conditions and review source water quality test results for trends, such as increasing nitrate or seasonal coliform problems.
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