OHA Drinking Water Services
Contact Report Details
|PWS ID:||OR41 90586|
|PWS Name:||BETHANY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL|
|Who Was Contacted:||Lorin Stanley|
|Contact Phone:||503-873-5303 (Email address hidden)|
|Contacted By:||ZASTOUPIL, ALISA (MARION COUNTY)|
|Assistance Type:||WATER QUALITY ALERT RESPONSE|
|Reasons:||Lead or Copper
You will get a letter in the mail about the lead and/or copper exceedance at Bethany describing steps to take. Collect two rounds (one right away and one two weeks later) of water quality parameter testing (pH, alkalinity, calcium, and temperature) from each entry point and in the distribution system collected at routine coliform sample sites. A calibratable, temperature-compensating, electrode-type pH meter must be used and calibrated each day of use.
Collect a lead and copper sample from your entry point. The entry point must be flushed sufficiently so that the sample is from the source(s) and not the pipes. Results must be collected within 6 months after the end of the monitoring period during which the lead or copper action level was exceeded.
NTNC Water Systems must post a consumer notice in a conspicuous location. Notice is due to the public within 30 days of being notified of an exceedance. A final copy of the notice, and a certification that the notice was distributed is due three months following the end of the monitoring period. Here is a link to the public notice:
|Associated Alerts:||CHEM8093 - 09/26/2018 - LEAD SUMMARY See also: 10/25/2018