Best Practices Manual for Small Drinking Water Systems

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Best Practices Manual for Small Drinking Water Systems
TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • 1.0 Introduction …1
  • 1.1 Small Drinking Water Systems Best Practices Summary…2
  • 2.0 Small Drinking Water Systems Legislation …3
  • 2.1 Office Of Drinking Water…3
  • 3.0 Owner And Operator Responsibilities …4
  • 3.1 Owner Responsibilities …4
  • 3.2 Operator Responsibilities…4
  • 4.0 Well Operation And Maintenance …5
  • 4.1 Daily Duties…5
  • 4.2 Weekly Duties…5
  • 4.3 Monthly Duties …5
  • 5.0 Well Abandonment…6
  • 6.0 Wellhead Protection…9
  • 6.1 Identify The Critical Area To Protect…9
  • 6.2 Inventory The Potential Contaminants Within That Area…9
  • 6.3 Develop A Management Strategy Designed To Minimise The Potential Of
  • Contamination …9
  • 6.4 Regularly Inspect Wellheads …9
  • 7.0 Surface Water Intake Structures…10
  • 7.1 Intakes …10
  • 7.2 Raw Water Pumping And Raw Water Storage …10
  • 7.3 Source Water Protection…10
  • 8.0 Basic Filter Operation And Maintenance …11
  • 8.1 Daily Duties…11
  • 8.2 Monthly Duties …11
  • 8.3 Annual Duties …12
  • 9.0 Chemical Feed Systems …13
  • 9.1 Daily Duties…13
  • 9.2 Quarterly Duties…13
  • 9.3 Annual Duties …14
  • 9.4 Jar Testing …14
  • 10.0 Ultraviolet Disinfection …16
  • 10.1 Weekly Duties…16
  • 10.2 Monthly Duties …16
  • 10.3 Quarterly Duties…16
  • 10.4 Monitoring …16
  • 11.0 General Plant Maintenance …17
  • 11.1 Daily Duties…17
  • 11.2 Weekly Duties…17
  • 11.3 Monthly Duties …17
  • 11.4 Annual Duties …17
  • 12.0 Asset Management …18
  • 13.0 Treated Storage Reservoirs …19
  • 13.1 Daily Duties…19
  • 13.2 Annual Duties …19
  • 14.0 Storage Reservoir Disinfection…21
  • 15.0 Watermain Repair And Disinfection …22
  • 16.0 System Drawing And Sample Siting Plan…23
  • 16.1 System Drawing…23
  • 16.2 Sample Siting Plan …23
  • 17.0 Distribution System Flushing …24
  • 17.1 Prior To Flushing Checklist…24
  • 17.2 While Flushing Checklist…24
  • 18.0 Hydrant Maintenance…27
  • 18.1 General Inspection And Maintenance Procedures …27
  • 19.0 Valve Maintenance …29
  • 19.1 Components Of A Valve Maintenance Program…29
  • 19.2 Components Of A Routine Valve Inspection …29
  • 20.0 Cross Connections And Backflow Prevention…31
  • 21.0 Leak Detection Program…32
  • 22.0 Water Quality Monitoring Program…33
  • 22.1 Determine Monitoring Parameters…33
  • 22.2 Determine Monitoring Locations …33
  • 22.3 Determine Monitoring Frequency …33
  • 22.4 Determine Sampling Techniques…34
  • 22.5 Manage And Report Monitoring Data …34
  • 22.6 Include Event-Driven Monitoring In The Program…34
  • 22.7 Develop Response Procedures For Monitoring Results…34
  • 22.8 Establish Partnerships …35
  • 22.9 Maintain And Update The Monitoring Program …35
  • 23.0 Emergency Planning…37
  • 24.0 Additional Resources …38
  • 24.1 Standards …38
  • 24.2 Information…38
  • 24.3 Other Examples Of Manuals…38
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