Category: Drinking Water

Operator Certification: Utah Division of Drinking Water

See UTWARN’s Assistance Request In response to the COVID-19 virus, the Utah Water and Wastewater Agency Response Network (UTWARN) is compiling a pool of certified water and wastewater operators who might be available to provide emergency on-site assistance to other systems. If an operator is available for this effort their name, certifications, and certification levels, …

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System Sizing and Capacity Evaluation

Revisions to the Utah Safe Drinking Water Act, Utah Code 19-4, are effective on May 8, 2018. The revisions impose new requirements on Public Water Systems to collect and report water use data to the state of Utah. 

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Pre-Design Conference: Significant Drinking Water Issues

How much drinking water will your plant use for facility processes and employee consumptive use? Estimate the peak day demand (gpm) and annual total demand (acre-feet). What are the fire suppression requirements for your plant? For example, 2,000 gpm for a 2-hour duration. Will your plant obtain drinking water from an existing municipality? If yes, …

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Document Repository: Division of Drinking Water

This page presents quick links to DDW Web pages and documents that are not presently linked from anywhere else within this site. Source Plan Monitoring for the GWR Basic Site Sampling Plan (Distribution System) for the TC EPA Primacy Review Letter | DDW Response (04/12) Information Needed for Disinfection CT Evaluation External Links EPA Emergency …

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Drinking Water Permitting

Water systems serving 25 or more people for more than 60-days yearly, or having 15 or more residential connections year-round, are subject to Utah Public Drinking Water Rules and must obtain a permit known as an approval. General Plan Approval Process Process Overview Systems developing their own water supply must meet state standards by submitting …

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March 1, 2018 Agenda: Drinking Water Board

Meeting Materials Packet (844 KB) Call to Order—Chairman Hansens Call to Order – Chairman Hansen Roll Call Approval of the Minutes January 12, 2018 Financial Assistance Committee Report Status Report – Michael Grange Project Priority List – Michael Grange SRF Applications STATE Grantsville – Michael Grange FEDERAL: Johnson Water – Michael Grange Swiss Alpine Water …

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Rocky Mountain Power’s wattsmart® Program: Funding Opportunities

Rocky Mountain Power offers a variety of ways to assist customers in maximizing the efficient utilization of electricity. Customer participation is voluntary and is initiated by following the participation procedures on the wattsmart® Business Section of the Rocky Mountain Power Website. The wattsmart® Business Program offers a variety of services and cash incentives to encourage …

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Utah’s Office of Energy Development’s U-Save Energy Fund Program: Funding Opportunities

The Utah U-Save Energy Fund Program (“U-Save”) finances energy-related cost reduction retrofits for publicly-owned buildings, including: state, tribal, municipal (city and county, which can include publicly-owned drinking water systems), public school districts, charter schools, public colleges, and public university facilities. Through U-Save, low interest rate loans are provided to assist these institutions in financing their …

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Drinking Water Board’s SRF Program: Funding Opportunities

The Drinking Water Board administers the State’s Revolving Fund which provides financial assistance to public drinking water systems for water project construction.  The Division of Drinking Water (the Division or DDW), acting as staff to the Drinking Water Board (the Board), provides oversight to the Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DWSRF) financial assistance program.  The …

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Energy Service Companies: Funding Opportunities

Energy performance contracting is a method of procurement that enables public entities to select a partner in making energy efficiency improvements to their facilities, without the need for capital expenditures.  Enabled in Utah by the State legislature (Utah Code 11-44) this method of construction has three significant requirements: annual savings must exceed annual project repayment …

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Self-funding Through Energy Savings: Funding Opportunities

Some communities may be able to self-fund energy efficient projects. This is typically done with a fund within the city’s budget that is not needed for a couple of years. The responsible party of the fund (let’s call it the “Agency Fund”) will arrange to invest its money into the city’s water fund to build …

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