OHA Drinking Water Services
OHA Drinking Water Services
Contact Report Details

PWS ID: OR41 95390
PWS Name: OSU ROWING CENTER
 
Who Was Contacted and Phone: Dan Kermoyan
Contact Date: 09/19/2013
Contacted By: REYNOLDS, ALYSON (LINN COUNTY)
Contact Method/Location: Office
 
Assistance Type: SURVEY/DEFICIENCY FOLLOW-UP
Reasons: N/A
N/A
 
Details: SUMMARY: Def F/U DETAILS: Dan sent email "Jay/Alyson – Wanted just to settle all outstanding issues with the Crew Site so the building occupants know what they need to be doing. Referencing Alyson’s letter (attached):1) The well head elevation has not been changed. The building pad was built-up with about 4’ of gravel. A concrete box was built around the well head and completed with a drain pipe on the bottom and a traffic lid. 2 Are we ok on this? 3) What is required of the operators in regards to recording data? Daily? Weekly? This has run through several iterations so I do not remember what the State/County decided on.4) Is the NSF standard the only acceptable one? Jays response - "Thank you for inquiring. Significant deficiency #1, wellhead elevation, remains unaddressed. If there is a flood above the height of the drain on the concrete box, flood water will enter that box. If the wellhead seal is not water-tight, and flood water rises high enough, it will enter the well. While wellhead seals (caps) are supposed to be water-tight all the time, the rule requires the additional protection of casing extending 2 feet above the 100-year flood elevation. (Note that the cutting of the wellhead should have been sent through plan review.)Significant deficiency #2, plan review for 4-log treatment, is now final. So that has been addressed.#3 requires daily recording of chlorine residual for every day water is served to the public. This recording can be automated (a person doesnt have to collect the sample and analyze it).Significant deficiency #4 regarding NSF/ANSI Standard 61 certification can be met with Water Quality Association, Underwriters Laboratory, or other valid 3rd party certification. Equivalency is allowed, though the burden of proof is on the water system to convince the state it is equivalent to the standard." ACTION NEEDED: none


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