Water System Report for 2011 Agenda Water Committee Water Committee System Map System Map Water Quality Water Quality System Availability System Availability.

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  • Water System Report for 2011AgendaWater CommitteeSystem MapWater QualitySystem AvailabilityConservationSystem Maintenance2012 PlanningStreet Vault Upgrades & Meters

  • 2011 Water System ReportWater CommitteeCore Committee MembersKeith RenfrewRod CaseTerry DeschenesMarty JohnsonEvan Lurton (Chairman)

    DoH Licensed OperatorEllen Winningham, EMCNW

  • 2011 Water System Report 4-LAKES WATER SYSTEM

  • 2011 Water System ReportWater Quality & Usage2011 DoH-Required TestingMonthly bacteriological All PassedSynthetic Organic Chemicals PassedTested for 85(!) toxic chemicals- PCB, Diazinon, Malathion, Flourene, etc.Inorganic Compounds Passed

    DoH Sanitary Survey (Inspection) held last summerPassed with flying colors no findings

  • 2011 Water System ReportSystem AvailabilityNo noteworthy outages in 2011

    January 2012 StormIce-toppled tree uprooted a water line during the ice storm. Too hazardous to attempt repair until next day, so Zone 1 went without water for one night.System on generator for six days

  • 2011 Water System Report ConservationDry summers encourage increased water useMany residences water lawns in afternoon, or early eveningInefficient time to water much lost to evaporationMany residences water much more than is required for a healthy lawn

    THESE PRACTICES MAY NOT AFFECT YOU, BUT CAN ADVERSLY AFFECT YOUR NEIGHBORS!!

    Control lawn watering with timers and please water at off-peak times Water between 10pm and 5am

  • 2010 Water System ReportSystem Maintenance & UpgradesOld 2500 gal tank torched up and hauled awayThanks to Jan Pelroy and Keith Renfrew!Well SiteNew 20kW propane-fueled generator installed500 gallon propane tank, piping, generator controller and wiring installedAll structures paintedNew pump house roof and extension over generator installed Tom Norton & Glacier

  • 2010 Water System Report 2012 PlanningNew Street VaultsBeginning implementation of DoH mandated residential meter installationBasis of their new Water Use Efficiency rules they successfully defended in court last yearClass A systems (>12 connections) can now be considered a municipal water systemWill aid in identifying system leaksSide Benefit - Substantial replacement of some aging plumbing2012 installations begin at Naus, and work back towards StrittmattersInstalling new poly vaults, meter setter/ball valve, meter, and provisions for future backflow assembly

  • 2011 Water System ReportPLEASE CONSERVE WATERWATER WISELYWATCH FOR LEAKS

    QUESTIONS?

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