"Sale of Excess Water Permit Application" - Connecticut

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CONNECTICUT DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH
DRINKING WATER SECTION
410 CAPITOL AVENUE, MS#51WAT
PO BOX 340308
HARTFORD, CT 06134-0308
SALE OF EXCESS WATER PERMIT APPLICATION
This application is for a permit under Section 22a-358 of the Connecticut General Statutes for a
public water system to sell water reserves in excess of those required to maintain an abundant
supply of water to customers in its service area. The applicant must provide the department
with sufficient information to verify that the water proposed for sale is in excess of that required
to meet their system needs. This form is designed to supply the department with the basic
information necessary to evaluate the permit request. Applicants are encouraged to provide
any other information they feel will lead to a full understanding of the proposed sale. The
applicant will be notified if additional information is required.
An application must be submitted for each proposed sale agreement whether as a continuous
supplemental supply or for emergency use only. An interconnection may require a Diversion
Permit from the Department of Environmental Protection under Section 22a-369 of the
Connecticut General Statutes. The public water system proposing to sell the excess water is
responsible for obtaining all required permit and approvals.
I.
CONTACTS:
1.
Public water system proposing to sell water:
2.
Principal contact:
Mailing address:
Phone:
3.
Public water system proposing to buy water:
4.
Principal contact:
Mailing address:
Phone:
5.
Is the proposed interconnection limited to one-way
transmission of water?
CONNECTICUT DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH
DRINKING WATER SECTION
410 CAPITOL AVENUE, MS#51WAT
PO BOX 340308
HARTFORD, CT 06134-0308
SALE OF EXCESS WATER PERMIT APPLICATION
This application is for a permit under Section 22a-358 of the Connecticut General Statutes for a
public water system to sell water reserves in excess of those required to maintain an abundant
supply of water to customers in its service area. The applicant must provide the department
with sufficient information to verify that the water proposed for sale is in excess of that required
to meet their system needs. This form is designed to supply the department with the basic
information necessary to evaluate the permit request. Applicants are encouraged to provide
any other information they feel will lead to a full understanding of the proposed sale. The
applicant will be notified if additional information is required.
An application must be submitted for each proposed sale agreement whether as a continuous
supplemental supply or for emergency use only. An interconnection may require a Diversion
Permit from the Department of Environmental Protection under Section 22a-369 of the
Connecticut General Statutes. The public water system proposing to sell the excess water is
responsible for obtaining all required permit and approvals.
I.
CONTACTS:
1.
Public water system proposing to sell water:
2.
Principal contact:
Mailing address:
Phone:
3.
Public water system proposing to buy water:
4.
Principal contact:
Mailing address:
Phone:
5.
Is the proposed interconnection limited to one-way
transmission of water?
II.
CONTRACT PROVISIONS
1.
Describe methodology and indicate critical dry period used to calculate safe yield of source(s).
2.
Describe methodology or source(s) of demand projection data.
3.
Complete the following summary table for the total system for the source from which water would be taken for sales. Please note if
the source from which the water will be taken is physically isolated from the total system or hydraulically limited (i.e. wellfield not
connected to any other component of system):
Source
Safe
% Dry Year
Current Avg.
Current Peak
Demand
Demand
Demand
Demand in
Yield
for SY
Daily Demand
Day Demand
in 5 Yrs.
in 10
in 20
50 Yrs.
(mgd)
(mgd)
(mgd)
(mgd)
Yrs.
Yrs.
(mgd)
(mgd)
(mgd)
III.
CONTRACT PROVISIONS
1.
What is the quantity of water proposed for sale as specified in contract
Average
Minimum
Maximum
Daily (gpd)
Monthly (MG)
Annual (MG)
2.
Is the water raw or treated?
3.
How frequently would this water be used?
Regularly – on a daily basis
Periodically – as a supplemental supply
Estimate frequency (days/month)
4.
Describe and map location of interconnection
5.
Proposed duration of contract (cannot exceed 10 years) and
expiration date
6.
Notification required for termination of contract
7.
Submit a copy of the proposed contract.
IV.
OTHER CONSIDERATIONS
1.
Are there any restrictions (physical, hydraulic, source yield, legal, or
other) which would prohibit the seller from continuously providing the
specified amount of water?
Explain:
2.
Does the system proposing to sell water have an Emergency Water Supply
Plan? Please submit. Does the emergency plan have provisions for continued
supply to system purchasing water? If so explain.
3.
Are there any conservation programs currently in place by the system proposing
to sell water (on-going or emergency contingency)? If so, explain.
What impact have these programs had on demand?
4.
Have you had any water quality problems in your system in the past 2 years?
Explain.
5.
Submit a copy of the engineering design plan of proposed interconnection.
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