Title: Section 5-5.7 - District operation

Effective Date

07/03/1991

5-5.7 District operation. The water quality treatment district shall comply with all conditions detailed in the written approval from the State, and all provisions of this Subpart.

(a) All treatment systems in the water quality treatment district shall be under responsible charge of an operator with demonstrated knowledge and experience with the type of treatment systems in use in the district, as determined by the State.

(b) The water quality treatment district shall monitor treated and untreated water for the parameters and at the frequency stated in the written approval. Samples taken to demonstrate compliance with water quality standards or guidelines shall be analyzed in an approved laboratory as defined by section 5-1.74 of this Part. Analysis of operational samples shall be made by an analyst with demonstrated competence using appropriate equipment, as determined by the State.

(c) The water quality treatment district shall report all available sample results to the State quarterly within 15 days of the end of a quarter, except when treated water exceeds a standard or guideline requiring State notification. Results exceeding a standard or guideline requiring State notification shall be reported to the State and to the impacted consumers in the water quality treatment district within 48 hours of learning the results.

(d) The water quality treatment district shall submit an annual report covering the previous calendar year to the state on or before July 1 each year. The annual report shall contain but not be limited to the following applicable items:

(1) number, type and location of treatment systems in service, and the number and type of treatment systems added or deleted during the year;

(2) effective life of units;

(3) treatment system failures;

(4) maintenance problems;

(5) operational problems;

(6) supply problems;

(7) changes in types of treatment devices in service;

(8) consumer complaints;

(9) summary and trends in monitoring test results;

(10) changes in water quality treatment district boundary;

(11) changes in water quality treatment district operational and/or administrative procedure; and

(12) list of names, addresses and telephone number of administrators and operators of the water quality treatment district.

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VOLUME A (Title 10)

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