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In House Compliance
In House Compliance personnel are responsible for receiving,
reviewing, and entering all sampling results for public water
systems. The In House Compliance section consists of 7 staff
members who carry out the responsibilities. Each staff member has
particular area (s) of expertise.
All non-transient non-community and
community public water system sampling is broken up into three year
periods (also known as, "Compliance Cycles"). With the exception of
bacteriologicals, nitrate, nitrite, lead and copper, and disinfection
byproducts, all sampling falls into a compliance cycle.
In 2011, community water systems
with a population of 3,301 or greater were required to conduct their
In 2012, community water systems with
a population of 3,300 or less are required to conduct their
In 2013, non-transient non-community
water systems are required to conduct their triennial sampling.
Please note that this is a general
schedule and may not apply to all public water systems.
The Department recommends early sampling. Results shall be submitted
within the first ten days following the end of the required monitoring
period, or the first ten days following the month in which the sample
results were received, whichever time is shortest.
Drinking Water Section
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