Small Public Water Systems Using Groundwater: Quarterly Responsibilities
Community water systems require routine checks and preventative maintenance in order for the filtration and distribution systems to supply high-quality public drinking water.
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Some of these tasks are to be completed on a quarterly basis. With the Small Public Water Systems Using Groundwater: Quarterly Responsibilities app, an operations manager for drinking water systems can list and delegate the monitoring and maintenance tasks that should occur quarterly. Using the app, the manager will list each quarterly task and designate a primary and secondary individual to complete the task. Quarterly tasks include inspecting and cleaning chlorine solution feed lines and solution tanks and inspecting storage tanks for sanitary deficiencies. Completing these tasks will help protect drinking water systems from contaminants and free chlorine particles that could jeopardize public health.
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