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Consulting Engineers and Groundwater Professionals

Designing Drinking Water Projects Engineering plans and specifications for public drinking water system projects must be prepared by a professional engineer licensed in Utah. Construction Approval Process Plans must be be approved prior to construction. Financial Assistance Programs Sometimes financial support is necessary for a project. Get information on how your client can obtain low-interest …

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Plan Review Program Related Links

American Water Works Association (AWWA) Standards Voluntary standards for materials, equipment, and practices used in water treatment and supply. Drinking Water Design and Construction Rules Utah drinking water rules R309-500 through R309-550. Engineering License Information: Utah Utah Division of Occupational and Professional Licensing. NSF/ANSI 60 Drinking Water Treatment Chemicals Listing Search Provided by NSF, the …

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Hydraulic Modeling Rule (R309-511)—Clarifications and Tools

Summary and Clarifications The Hydraulic Modeling Rule (R309-511) requires the water system to evaluate the water system’s pressure and flow conditions using hydraulic analysis. This rule was revised and became effective in January 2014 to clarify the submission requirements for hydraulic modeling reports and PE certification. The following summary and clarifications are based on the …

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Drinking Water Monitoring and Reporting Program

Water may be contaminated by a variety of substances. To protect public health, Maximum Contaminant Levels (MCLs) have been established. The concentration of a particular contaminant in drinking water must not exceed it’s MCL. To assure that water served to the public is routinely checked for bacteriologic, chemical, and radiologic quality, a Monitoring and Reporting …

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