Instructions for "Surface Water Capacity Reporting Form" - Connecticut

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STATE OF CONNECTICUT DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH
DRINKING WATER SECTION
Surface Water Capacity Reporting Form
INSTRUCTIONS
Pursuant to Regulations of Connecticut State Agencies Section 19-13-B102(n) the Department of Public Health
Drinking Water Section (DWS) is requesting public water systems to report surface water supply and treatment
information on a weekly basis. The Surface Water Capacity Reporting form must be completed for each surface water
treatment water system facility and its associated storage or distribution reservoir or reservoirs. The public water system
must send the form(s) every Monday to
DPHWaterSupplyCapacity@ct.gov
.
Please refer to the following definitions when completing the Surface Water Capacity Reporting Form:
PWS Name:
Name of the Public Water System.
PWS ID:
Public Water System Identification Number (CTXXXXXXX).
Name of the Public Water System Treatment Facility as identified on the
Treatment Water System Facility:
Water Quality Monitoring
Schedules.
PWS Treatment Facility Identification Number (WSFID) as identified
Treatment WSF ID:
on the
Water Quality Monitoring
Schedules.
Refers to the week covered by the report. The week starts on a Monday
Week of:
and ends on the following Sunday.
Name of the Water Source as identified on the
Water Quality
Source Water System Facility:
Monitoring
Schedules.
PWS Source Water System Facility Identification Number (WSFID) as
Source WSF ID:
identified on the
Water Quality Monitoring
Schedules.
Reservoir water elevation in feet (ft).
Water Elevation:
The difference between the total storage volume of a water supply
reservoir and the remaining volume below the minimum operational
Total Usable Storage:
level (intake pipe elevation) or the water elevation above which water
can be treated to meet water quality standards, whichever is least; in
Million Gallons (MG).
Instantaneous Usable Storage:
The currently available usable storage in Million Gallons (MG)
(Instantaneous Usable Storage/ Total Usable Storage) X 100 (%)
Percent Full:
Average volume of water supplied by the Treatment Water System
Average Daily Production from the
Treatment Plant:
Facility in Million Gallons per day (MGD).
Instantaneous Usable Storage / Average Daily Production from the
Days of Supply Remaining:
Treatment Plant in days.
Amount of rain, snow, sleet, or hail that falls during monitoring week in
Weekly Precipitation:
inches (in).
Total withdrawal volume from all reservoirs in
Million Gallons (MG).
Total Withdrawals from all Reservoirs :
STATE OF CONNECTICUT DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH
DRINKING WATER SECTION
Surface Water Capacity Reporting Form
INSTRUCTIONS
Pursuant to Regulations of Connecticut State Agencies Section 19-13-B102(n) the Department of Public Health
Drinking Water Section (DWS) is requesting public water systems to report surface water supply and treatment
information on a weekly basis. The Surface Water Capacity Reporting form must be completed for each surface water
treatment water system facility and its associated storage or distribution reservoir or reservoirs. The public water system
must send the form(s) every Monday to
DPHWaterSupplyCapacity@ct.gov
.
Please refer to the following definitions when completing the Surface Water Capacity Reporting Form:
PWS Name:
Name of the Public Water System.
PWS ID:
Public Water System Identification Number (CTXXXXXXX).
Name of the Public Water System Treatment Facility as identified on the
Treatment Water System Facility:
Water Quality Monitoring
Schedules.
PWS Treatment Facility Identification Number (WSFID) as identified
Treatment WSF ID:
on the
Water Quality Monitoring
Schedules.
Refers to the week covered by the report. The week starts on a Monday
Week of:
and ends on the following Sunday.
Name of the Water Source as identified on the
Water Quality
Source Water System Facility:
Monitoring
Schedules.
PWS Source Water System Facility Identification Number (WSFID) as
Source WSF ID:
identified on the
Water Quality Monitoring
Schedules.
Reservoir water elevation in feet (ft).
Water Elevation:
The difference between the total storage volume of a water supply
reservoir and the remaining volume below the minimum operational
Total Usable Storage:
level (intake pipe elevation) or the water elevation above which water
can be treated to meet water quality standards, whichever is least; in
Million Gallons (MG).
Instantaneous Usable Storage:
The currently available usable storage in Million Gallons (MG)
(Instantaneous Usable Storage/ Total Usable Storage) X 100 (%)
Percent Full:
Average volume of water supplied by the Treatment Water System
Average Daily Production from the
Treatment Plant:
Facility in Million Gallons per day (MGD).
Instantaneous Usable Storage / Average Daily Production from the
Days of Supply Remaining:
Treatment Plant in days.
Amount of rain, snow, sleet, or hail that falls during monitoring week in
Weekly Precipitation:
inches (in).
Total withdrawal volume from all reservoirs in
Million Gallons (MG).
Total Withdrawals from all Reservoirs :