APRIL POINT RESORT AND MARINA - Inspection Report
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Inspection Information
Facility Type15-300 (DWC)
Inspection typeFollow-Up
Inspection dateJune 20, 2019
Follow-up RequiredYes
Violations: A summary of the violations found during the inspection are listed below.
Code Description / Observation / Corrective Action
312  Critical Inadequate Treatment
Observation: (no observation)
Corrective Action: Arsenic removal is not meeting minium reduction levels to meet Canadian Drinking Water Quality Guidelines. (Repeat issue) Despite improved maintenance, confirmed in May and June 2019 sampling. (Plan to resolve required in July 2019)
313  Critical Other (specify below)
Observation: Action Items not met from previous inspection report:
Corrective Action: 1.) Provide confirmation day to day on site operator has completed training. - Examples WaterSafe BC, or auditing BCWWA small water system course. 2.) Sources to Tap schematic layout of water system including key components and made/model information. (Provide inspector copy). 3.) Provide our office copy of routine operating procedures for water system. (Action Requested - Provide plan with proposal time frame to resolve within 2 weeks)
Comments
Follow up Report to November 21, 2018: Inspection requirements and June 4, 2019 office meeting with operators. - Updated information provided includes: 2019 Emergency Response Plan, November 2017 thorough untreated source chemistry for Well #2 and Well #3, and Arsenic monitoring before and after treatment for May and June 2019. - Improved maintenance and monitoring for Arsenic treatment system conducted for 2019 opening season. Action Required: - Continue to maintain monthly arsenic testing at sources and after treatment. - July 2019 provide report on steps taken to resolve arsenic issue and plan proposed to resolve issue with any proposed time frames. Note: - Ensure monitoring logs have been updated to include pH monitoring, and improved logging of corrective actions including maintaining chlorine residual of 0.2ppm. - Current bacteriological sampling required is semi-monthly every month at all sample sites. This is required to be met unless an alternate program is proposed and agreed. Action Requested - Contact inspector to arrange routine site inspection date/time as soon as reasonably possible.