Small Public Water Systems Using Groundwater: Weekly Responsibilities
To ensure that drinking water systems are maintained and properly functioning, weekly checks of the water supply system are required.
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Service technicians at the treatment facility, are charged with monitoring the quality of all parts of the system and ensuring the adequate treatment of potential contaminants and free chlorine residuals. The Small Public Water Systems Using Groundwater: Weekly Responsibilities app is a useful chart for outlining and assigning weekly tasks for maintaining community water systems. Using the app, a manager can list each task required for the week and assign both a primary and secondary individual to complete the task. Tasks may include water sampling monitoring chlorine levels or conducting checks on essential parts of the system. With each line item, the individual performing the task will find the standard operating procedure reference for the task. This app will help manage the many tasks that are necessary to protect community water systems, raise drinking water quality, and promote public health.
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