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Important Note: This
schedule may not include additional sampling required during the year
due to special circumstances.
Unless otherwise indicated, all chemical reports must be submitted
to DEP within the first 10 days following the end of the required
monitoring period or the first 10 days following the month in which
the sample results were received, whichever time is the shortest.
It is strongly recommended that chemical testing be conducted early
in the year in order to allow adequate time for retests due to
possible sampling/lab errors. Most annual and triennial sampling
should be completed by September so that the last quarter of the
year can be devoted to revisions/retests/corrections.
Samples must be analyzed by a laboratory certified by the Florida
Department of Health (DOH) for Safe Drinking Water for the
parameters tested. Analysis results must be reported on the DEP
standard laboratory reporting format.
The laboratory report itself (not just the chain of custody) must be
acceptable to the Department and submitted within these time periods
or the system owner will be subject to appropriate enforcement
action for monitoring and/or reporting violations.
Lead and Copper Tap
Monthly Operation Report (MOR) Forms
the source, size, and treatment type of the water system, different
forms may be required:
Drinking Water Section
3319 Maguire Blvd.,
All Purpose Fax:
Dedicated MOR Fax:
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