Small Public Water Systems Using Groundwater: As-Needed Responsibilities

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The Small Public Water Systems Using Groundwater: As-Needed Responsibilities app is used to identify and designates tasks at a treatment facility that should be completed on occasion to ensure that drinking water systems are maintained and the health of the water supply is preserved.

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Using the app, a project manager can list any tasks that arise unexpected or on occasion, designate a primary and secondary point person to manage the task. As-needed tasks may include inspecting storage tanks for defects and performing maintenance on storage tanks to meet drinking water regulations. The app user can note that when taking a tank out of service for cleaning and disinfection, provisions must be made to maintain adequate water supply and adequate water pressure in the distribution system at all times. The Small Public Water Systems Using Groundwater: As-Needed Responsibilities app will help maintain the integrity and effectiveness of drinking water systems.

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