Small Public Water Systems Using Groundwater: Annual Responsibilities

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Monitoring and maintenance of community water systems should occur daily, but some tasks only needed to be completed on an annual basis.

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The Small Public Water Systems Using Groundwater: Annual Responsibilities app will help a project manager identify and outline monitoring activities and routine maintenance that needs to be completed each year to ensure that the drinking water supply is high quality and free of contaminants. Annual tasks include reviewing the coliform monitoring plan and checking the aesthetic water quality in storage tanks, and flush the distribution system and exercise and check fire hydrant valves. Using the app, the manager can identify each of the tasks that should be completed annually and list a primary and secondary individual to complete the task. By reviewing the processes and components of the water treatment facility and drinking water systems, the project manager can help ensure that drinking water standards are met.

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