Form MO780-2607 "Seasonal Public Water System Start-Up Procedures Certification Form" - Missouri

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FOR OFFICE USE ONLY
MISSOURI DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES
SDWIS INDICATOR (NPAY OR APIO)
WATER PROTECTION PROGRAM – PUBLIC DRINKING WATER BRANCH
SEASONAL PUBLIC WATER SYSTEM
DATE RECEIVED
START-UP PROCEDURES CERTIFICATION FORM
PUBLIC WATER SUPPLY (PWS) INFORMATION
PUBLIC WATER SYSTEM NAME
PUBLIC WATER SYSTEM ID NUMBER
COUNTY
MO
PUBLIC WATER SYSTEM CONTACT PERSON
TITLE
STREET ADDRESS
CITY
STATE
ZIP CODE
TELEPHONE NUMBER WITH AREA CODE
FAX NUMBER WITH AREA CODE
EMAIL ADDRESS
OPERATING SEASON FOR PUBLIC DRINKING WATER SYSTEM: (MONTH/DAY)
Start date:
End date:
NOTE: If your public water system is NOT seasonal, enter 1/1 – 12/31 above, then sign and return form to address below.
Start-up procedures and certification are required for water systems that have an operating season fewer than 12 months per year and
do not maintain water system pressure in all parts of the distribution systems all year.
PUBLIC WATER SYSTEM OPERATION QUESTION
YES NO
Did you depressurize (drain) the entire water system or a portion of the distribution systems after the end of the last
operating season? (If you checked “NO”, please sign and return form to address below)
1.
SEASONAL SYSTEM START-UP PROCEDURES
If you checked “YES” to question 1, check each start-up procedure listed below that was completed to reduce the risk of coliform or
E. Coli bacteria in water being delivered to customers:
Assessed water system components, including wells, well houses, storage, distribution lines, distribution sample taps,
A.
and source water sample taps for defects and made any necessary repairs.
Activated/checked the sources and treatment (if any).
B.
Flushed all storage and distribution lines until water is clear.
C.
Disinfected and flushed entire water system. [Optional but recommended for systems that depressurize]
D.
Checked disinfectant residual concentration. [Required for systems providing permanent chlorination]
E.
Collected “special” sample(s) to test for coliform bacteria and E. coli.
F.
START-UP “SPECIAL” SAMPLING INFORMATION
Collect “special” sample(s) from your water system at least 2-3 weeks prior to the start of the operating season. If special
sample results show coliforms are present, follow disinfection procedures and resample until no coliforms are detected.
For assistance, contact the Department of Natural Resources Public Drinking Water Branch or your regional office.
Public water systems using a certified laboratory other than the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services’ State
Public Health Laboratory must submit start-up special sample results for coliform bacteria along with this certification.
The Department of Natural Resources DOES NOT recommend serving water to the public until special samples are total
coliform-absent.
CERTIFICATION
Prior to the start of the operating season, submit completed form to:
MISSOURI DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES
WATER PROTECTION PROGRAM
PUBLIC DRINKING WATER BRANCH
P.O. BOX 176
JEFFERSON CITY, MO 65102-0176
FAX: 573-751-3110
PHONE: 573-751-5331
*Retain a copy of this completed certification form in your files for at least five years.
I hereby certify that each checked start-up procedure listed above was completed before the start of the operating season.
SIGNATURE
DATE
MO 780-2607 (02-16)
FOR OFFICE USE ONLY
MISSOURI DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES
SDWIS INDICATOR (NPAY OR APIO)
WATER PROTECTION PROGRAM – PUBLIC DRINKING WATER BRANCH
SEASONAL PUBLIC WATER SYSTEM
DATE RECEIVED
START-UP PROCEDURES CERTIFICATION FORM
PUBLIC WATER SUPPLY (PWS) INFORMATION
PUBLIC WATER SYSTEM NAME
PUBLIC WATER SYSTEM ID NUMBER
COUNTY
MO
PUBLIC WATER SYSTEM CONTACT PERSON
TITLE
STREET ADDRESS
CITY
STATE
ZIP CODE
TELEPHONE NUMBER WITH AREA CODE
FAX NUMBER WITH AREA CODE
EMAIL ADDRESS
OPERATING SEASON FOR PUBLIC DRINKING WATER SYSTEM: (MONTH/DAY)
Start date:
End date:
NOTE: If your public water system is NOT seasonal, enter 1/1 – 12/31 above, then sign and return form to address below.
Start-up procedures and certification are required for water systems that have an operating season fewer than 12 months per year and
do not maintain water system pressure in all parts of the distribution systems all year.
PUBLIC WATER SYSTEM OPERATION QUESTION
YES NO
Did you depressurize (drain) the entire water system or a portion of the distribution systems after the end of the last
operating season? (If you checked “NO”, please sign and return form to address below)
1.
SEASONAL SYSTEM START-UP PROCEDURES
If you checked “YES” to question 1, check each start-up procedure listed below that was completed to reduce the risk of coliform or
E. Coli bacteria in water being delivered to customers:
Assessed water system components, including wells, well houses, storage, distribution lines, distribution sample taps,
A.
and source water sample taps for defects and made any necessary repairs.
Activated/checked the sources and treatment (if any).
B.
Flushed all storage and distribution lines until water is clear.
C.
Disinfected and flushed entire water system. [Optional but recommended for systems that depressurize]
D.
Checked disinfectant residual concentration. [Required for systems providing permanent chlorination]
E.
Collected “special” sample(s) to test for coliform bacteria and E. coli.
F.
START-UP “SPECIAL” SAMPLING INFORMATION
Collect “special” sample(s) from your water system at least 2-3 weeks prior to the start of the operating season. If special
sample results show coliforms are present, follow disinfection procedures and resample until no coliforms are detected.
For assistance, contact the Department of Natural Resources Public Drinking Water Branch or your regional office.
Public water systems using a certified laboratory other than the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services’ State
Public Health Laboratory must submit start-up special sample results for coliform bacteria along with this certification.
The Department of Natural Resources DOES NOT recommend serving water to the public until special samples are total
coliform-absent.
CERTIFICATION
Prior to the start of the operating season, submit completed form to:
MISSOURI DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES
WATER PROTECTION PROGRAM
PUBLIC DRINKING WATER BRANCH
P.O. BOX 176
JEFFERSON CITY, MO 65102-0176
FAX: 573-751-3110
PHONE: 573-751-5331
*Retain a copy of this completed certification form in your files for at least five years.
I hereby certify that each checked start-up procedure listed above was completed before the start of the operating season.
SIGNATURE
DATE
MO 780-2607 (02-16)