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1 David Edmunds Environmental Program Specialist Drinking Water Program Department Of Environmental Conservation Drinking Water Watch

2 Topics Covered Safe Drinking Water Information System (SDWIS) Database What is Drinking Water Watch? Navigating Drinking Water Watch Conclusion 2

3 Safe Drinking Water Information System (SDWIS) Safe Drinking Water Act requires states to monitor public drinking water systems Alaska adopted SDWIS to collect information for the Drinking Water Program SDWIS houses three major categories of Information: Inventory Sampling Monitoring 3

4 Inventory Includes information such as System location Population served Service connections Water source Water System Facilities Administrative Contact 4

5 Sampling Information includes lab results for contaminants: Chemical Microbiological Radiological Any contaminant regulated by the Safe Drinking Water Act 5

6 Monitoring Monitoring information contains the schedule for sampling under each EPA Rule, such as Total Coliform Rule Lead and Copper Rule Arsenic Rule The Monitoring and Sampling portion of SDWIS allows the state to compare the two and determine non-compliance (violations) 6

7 Safe Drinking Water Information System SDWIS Plan Review Status Component Sanitary Survey ESS Operator Certification Juneau Drinking Water Program General Public Engineering FirmsHealth Services Public Water Systems EPA Labs Add-ons 7

8 What Is Drinking Water Watch? Web Portal allows anyone to view certain information in SDWIS Look up information on any public water system Provide name or Public Water System ID (PWSID) Area-wide searches for water systems (example: Kodiak island) 8

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10 What Information Is Available? Water System Details Links Water system Points of contact Annual Operating Periods & Population Served Service Connections Sources of Water Service Areas Water Purchases 10

11 Links Water System Facilities (WSF) Source Water Assessments (SWA) Executive Summary Sample Schedules Coliform Sample Results Coliform Sample Summary Results Lead and Copper Sample Summary Results (90 th percentile) Non-Coliform Samples/Results Non-Coliform Samples/Results by Analyte Violations/Enforcement Actions Site Visits Milestones Current Monitoring Summary 11

12 Water System Facilities 12

13 Source (WL, IN, IG, CC, RC) Treatment Plant (TP) Storage (SF) Distribution System (DS) Water System Facilities (WSF) 13

14 SWA Executive Summary 14

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16 Sample Schedules 16

17 Coliform Sample Results 17

18 Coliform Sample Summary Results 18

19 Lead and Copper Sample Summary Results 19

20 Non-Coliform Samples/Results 20

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22 Non-Coliform Samples/Results By Analyte 22

23 Violations/Enforcement Actions 23

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25 Site Visits 25

26 Milestones 26

27 Current Monitoring Summary 27

28 Conclusion Safe Drinking Water Information System (SDWIS) What is Drinking Water Watch? Navigating Drinking Water Watch Conclusion Any problems, please call your Environmental Program Specialist, especially about data errors 28

29 Thank You David Edmunds Environmental Program Specialist Drinking Water Program Department Of Environmental Conservation 29


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