Category: Resources

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 Requirements

Summary The Hydraulic Modeling Rule, R309-511, requires Community Water Systems and Non-Transient Non-community Water systems to use hydraulic modeling to assure that new public drinking water projects will meet minimum flow and pressure requirements and not adversely affect new and existing water users. A summary of the rule’s requirements is provided in Hydraulic Modeling Rule …

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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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Consumer Confidence Reports: Division of Drinking Water

Find Your CCR Report You can view your water provider’s Consumer Confidence Report at any time from EPA’s website. Find your CCR All CCRs Due July 1 Every Year The Consumer Confidence Report (CCR) rule is part of the 1996 Amendments to the Safe Drinking Water Act. The rule requires every community water system to …

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Water Suppliers: Division of Drinking Water

Creating a New Public Drinking Water System Managing or Operating an Existing Public Drinking Water System Sanitary Surveys Other Resources Compliance Report 2002 Utah Drinking Water Annual Report. Entry Point/Common Aquifer Policy The Division has a policy that allows chemical sampling for sources that combine at an entry point to the distribution system, and sources …

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New Public Water Systems

New Public Drinking Water System Application Complete a New Public Drinking Water System Application (585 KB) and submit it to the Division of Drinking Water. Constructing a New Industrial or Commercial Facility There are likely other environmental concerns besides the construction of a new water supply. You may need to address, for instance, industrial waste …

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Electronic Sanitary Survey Software

The installation file for the Desktop Electronic Sanitary Survey (ESS) software developed by the Drinking Water Academy is provided below. For technical assistance, contact the Division at (801) 536-4200. ESS Database Upgrade (Version 4.2) ESS Setup File (Version 3.8) Installation guide Installing Desktop ESS also requires a data file. This file will be provided to …

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Sanitary Surveys

2016 Schedule Plan Review and Operating Permits Training ESS (Electronic Sanitary Survey) Software What is a Sanitary Survey? Pre-Sanitary Survey Checklist All public drinking water systems are periodically inspected to assess their construction, operations, and record keeping. The inspections identify conditions that may present a sanitary or public health risk. Utah state regulations (R309-100-7) require …

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How to Fill Out a PDF Digitally

Via Adobe Reader Download the PDF Open in Adobe Reader Fill it out Save your changes Attach file to email Email it Via Chrome Open PDF in the browser (click the link online) Fill it out Print > change printer > “Save as PDF” Attach PDF to email Email it TIP: If you fill it out …

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Water Operator Tools & Resources

WaterLink.utah.gov Drinking Water’s database website is a very useful tool and provides a lot of value to water operators. Here are three main uses for operators: Water system reports (bacT, inventory, IPS, water monitoring, system summary) CEU report (Public section) Water system’s operator list (Public section) WaterLink.utah.gov PlutoCalc App A free problem solver suite for …

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Resources: Clean Utah

Application Forms Initial Application (91 KB) Leader Level Application (27 KB) Partner Level Application (137 KB) Other Forms Annual Status Report (24 KB) Clean Utah Policy (60 KB) Environmental Improvement Projects (9 KB) Environmental Improvement Projects Policy (59 KB) Environmental Management System Worksheet (24 KB) Leader Level Policy (9 KB)

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