Small Public Water Systems Using Groundwater: Recommended O&M Schedule for Distribution Systems Chec
The health of both the water supply and also customers using the water depends on the routine maintenance of water distribution systems.
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The Small Public Water Systems Using Groundwater: Recommended O&M Schedule for Distribution SystemsChecklist provides a service technician with an organized system for checking that the water distribution system is maintained and functioning properly. The app user will check daily for free chlorine residuals in the distribution system and will investigate any customer complaints related to water quality or low pressure. On a monthly basis, the app user will read service meters will determine the demand on the water supply, monitoring conservation and investigating any unsatisfactory water sample result. Seasonally, the app user will evaluate the condition of the distribution system including pressure and flow capacity. Each year, the app user will determine daily and monthly peak water-demand periods and conduct Cross-Connection Control Program activities according to the program plans. With this app, a water distribution service technician can confidently provide services and routine maintenance in a timely manner.
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