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All items listed below should be
available on-site for review during a sanitary survey inspection.
community water systems that have at least 150 service
connections and/or serve a population of 350 or more must have
an up-to-date emergency response plan.
Rural Water Association
Plan Guidelines [.pdf format 905 kb]
mains are required to be flushed quarterly or in accordance with
a written flushing plan. Other water mains shall be flushed as
necessary whenever water quality complaints are received.
All valves in the distribution system and at the water treatment
plant are required to be exercised in accordance with the
equipment manufacturer's recommendations or in accordance with a
written preventive maintenance program established by the
supplier of water.
the above activities must be maintained.
entry must contain:
Identification of the plant,
Signature and license number of the operator,
Signature of the person (s) making any entries,
Date/time in and out,
operation and maintenance activities and any repairs made,
of tests performed and samples taken,
Performance of preventive maintenance and repairs.
a minimum of three months data at all times.
Must be in
hard bound book with pages numbered.
Drinking Water Section
3319 Maguire Blvd.,
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Chemical/Bacteriological Reporting Fax: 850-412-0739
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