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PCWS Guidance, Practices, and Procedures

Guidance
When Are Multiple Water Supplies Owned or Controlled by the Same Person Regulated as a Public Water Supply? 
Regulation of Existing Consecutive Water Systems and New Line Extensions
Ultraviolet Disinfection Guidelines 
Protecting Public Water Sources in Vermont 
Bacteriological Sampling plan guidance (less than 1000, greater than 1000)
Lead and Copper plan guidance
Disinfection By-Product plan guidance
Bulk Water Hauling as an Emergency Practice Form & Guidance
How to Hire an Operator Guidance 

Practices
Practice - Fire Hydrants on Public Water Systems with Insufficient Storage Capacity and/or Undersized Lines
Practice - Process for Managing Algal Toxin Detections in Finished Water Samples for Public Water Systems 
Practice - When Public Water Systems are Required to Submit Monthly Reports to the Division 
Chlorine Treatment Process and Codes 
Corrective Action Requirement 

Procedures
Disinfection By-products
Issuing/Rescinding a Boil Water Notice
Chlorine Dosage for storage tank- Emergency Disinfection
Water System Emergency Information and Boil Water Advisory

 

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