RIVERSIDE RESORT, WWS - Inspection Report
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Inspection Information
Facility Type15-300 (DWC)
Inspection typeRoutine
Inspection dateJune 06, 2021
Follow-up RequiredNo
Violations: No violations were found during the inspection.
Comments
Inspection conducted for the purposes of reviewing the recently installed treatment system, reservoir and pump system. -Construction was found to be in general conformity with construction Permit Waiver Wv-276. The exception was the omission of a 5u filter on the raw water line, pre-chlorine - the Public Health Engineer did not object to this alteration. - Facility has approval to connect the treatment system to the existing distribution system. The Boil Water advisory must remain in place until the following conditions are met: 1. Reservoir is equipped with a float that prevents the levels from dropping below 40% capacity, and 2. Two consecutive samples, >24 hours apart, are submitted and lab results show that there is >1 total coliforms/100mL <1 E. coli/100ml from all branches of the distribution system at the terminus points. **Please provide details on the interim float system in the absence of the wireless system being installed. NOTES: 1.Chlorine must be dosed at a level that will provide a 4-log reduction in viruses. Installer is targeting a 0.7mg/L leaving the reservoir - the minimum water volume can be no less that 40% of the total volume (i.e. no less than 7500L) to ensure CT values are maintained. Outstanding items: 1.The series of big blue filters contain 5u, 1u and 1 u absolute filter cartridges. Please label these filter housings for future and ongoing maintenance. 2.The installer indicated that a raw water sample port would be installed prior to commissioning. Please notify this office when that is complete. 3. A locking mechanism is required for the reservoir lid, this was condition 10 of the Construction Permit Waiver. Please have this completed by July 16, 2021 and notify this office when works completed. 4.Reservoir to be disinfected to AWWA Standards as noted in the Construction Permit waiver, Condition 13. 5. The need for additional protection of the reservoir to be assessed to ensure that all stored water does not exceed 15C as per Condition 15 of the Construction Permit Waiver. 6. An updated Emergency response plan reflecting the new treatment system and reservoir must be created and submitted. General Comments: 1. A monitoring plan will be required for regular operation of the system. This will include, but is not limited to, daily chlorine residual, CT value verification and ongoing bacteriological and chemical analyses. 2. Total organic Carbon in the source water was not flagged as being elevated, however, it is recommended that the finished water be tested for disinfection byroducts as their is no pre treatment before chlorination. 3. The operating permit will be updated, there will be an opportunity for comment, by the operator before operating permit terms and conditions are finalized.