OHA Drinking Water Services
Contact Report Details
|PWS ID:||OR41 00725|
|PWS Name:||MCNULTY WATER PUD|
|Who Was Contacted:||Robert Trotter|
|Contacted By:||OSBORN, DANIEL (COLUMBIA COUNTY)|
|Assistance Type:||OTHER REGULATORY - Arsenic Follow Up|
|Details:||1/27/2021: Robert Trotter from McNulty Water PUD returned my phone call to clarify questions I had regarding McNulty Water PUD's current system configuration. Robert told me that the Stone, Blaha and Millard Wells are pumped directly to the Blaha Reservoir. Water from those wells are also distributed to the Robinette Reservoir as well, Robert says, with the use of two pressure tanks which pump water from the Blaha Reservoirs out to the Robinette Reservoir.
Robert assured me that the Robinette well and ASR are not currently connected to the water system in a way that supplies the water that the customers are drinking. However, he mentioned that he still does not want the well's Data Online/SDWIS status changed to "inactive", as they are discussing treatment options to be installed in order to re-attach the ASR and Robinette well back on the system in the future.
I told Robert that if the Robinette well and ASR are both offline to the water supply system at this time, then the system is not required to submit samples from those two disconnected locations as "compliance samples" for the system. However, samples taken at the other locations, such as the Robinette and/or Blaha Reservoirs or the Stone, Blaha and Millard wells, which are representative of water being served, are required to be submitted as compliance samples according to the system's schedule for arsenic sample tests.