Water and Sewer Dept
Consumer Confidence Reports (CCR)
What is a CCR?
"The Consumer Confidence Report, or CCR, is an annual water quality report that a community water system is required to provide to its customers. The CCR helps people make informed choices about the water they drink. They let people know what contaminants if any, are in their drinking water, and how these contaminants may affect their health. CCRs also give the system a chance to tell customers what it takes to deliver safe drinking water." From the US Environmental Protection Agency website
Please note: The village is currently working with the Division to resolve the remaining deficiencies shown below, Status is shown in red immediatley following each compliance issue.
Public Notice - Permit to Operate Issued: The Water System is required to notify all users of the following compliance schedule contained in the Permit to Operate issued by the State of Vermont Agency of Natural Resources:
On or before April 1, 2015, the Permittee shall maintain a minimum of 0.1 mg/L free chlorine to ends of the distribution system. A measurement of the chlorine disinfection residual concentration is to be measured from or near the end of the water distribution system main located at the south end of Tullar Road to verify that a minimum of 0.1 mg/L free chlorine residual concentration is being maintained in the distribution system. The results of the daily disinfectant residual monitoring shall be included on the reporting form that is submitted to the Division each month. Disinfectant residual concentration monitoring shall continue until otherwise directed by the Division. Currently measuring
On or before October 1, 2016, the Permittee shall complete construction of the replacement water storage tank in accordance with the PTC that has been issued by the Secretary. Complete and awaiting for an amended operating permit from the Division
On or before October 1, 2016, the Permittee shall complete construction of the booster pump station on the Bible Hill section of the Water System in accordance with the PTC that has been issued by the Secretary. Currently working with the Division to try and resolve this issue
On or before October 1, 2016, the Permitted shall complete all proposed water distribution system improvements, (including the replacement, modification, or elimination of inadequate fire hydrants), in accordance with the PTC that has been issued by the Secretary. Complete and awaiting for an amended operating permit from the Division
On or before December 1, 2016, the Permittee shall submit a Capital Improvements Plan (CIP) and schedule for any remaining distribution system piping improvements that are necessary to comply with Appendix A, technical standards, as specified by the Rule. Still needs to be done