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14-03-2012 08:47 PM

Monitoring Tips of the Month – Mid-March 2012
Consumer Confidence Report – (Community water systems only - Due by July 1, 2012)
ADEQ has posted a revised CCR template on the webpage at this link: , then scroll down to:

Safe Drinking Water
• Guidance Documents
o Form 141-A: Lead and Copper - U.S. EPA Site Sampling Plan
o IDSE Report for System Specific Study Using Existing Monitoring Results (Stage 2 DBPR) - (Revised 01/26/07) (PDF) (Word)
o IDSE Report for System Specific Study Using a Distribution System Hydraulic Model (Stage 2 DBPR) - (Revised 01/26/07) (PDF) (Word)
o IDSE Report for Standard Monitoring (Stage 2 DBPR) - (Revised 01/26/07) (PDF) (Word)
o Notice of Intent to Provide Maximum Treatment (LT2ESWTR) (PDF) (Word)
o Grandfathered Cryptosporidium Data Package - Report Checklist (LT2ESWTR) (PDF) (Word)
o Notice of Intent to Grandfather Cryptosporidium Data (LT2ESWTR) (Revised 12/14/06) (PDF) (Word)
o IDSE System Specific Study Plan Using Existing Monitoring Results (Stage 2 DBPR) - (Revised 01/26/07) (PDF) (Word)
o IDSE System Specific Study Plan Using a Distribution System Hydraulic Model (Stage 2 DBPR) - (Revised 01/26/0 (PDF) (Word)
o IDSE Standard Monitoring Plan (Stage 2 DBPR) - (Revised 01/26/07) (PDF) (Word)
o IDSE 40/30 Certification Request (Stage 2 DBPR) - (Revised 01/26/07) (PDF) (Word)
o Consumer Confidence Report Template
o CCR Mailing Certification
o CCR Mailing Waiver
o CCR Tier 3 Public Notice
o Certificate of Public Notice Distribution
o Public Notice Requirements Flow Chart
o Cryptosporidium in Drinking Water Tri-fold Example (en español)
o Emergency Disinfection Fact Sheet
o Disinfectants and Disinfection Byproducts/Enhanced Filtration Requirements flow chart

* The revised template includes updated headings by contaminant group, which should make it easier to understand when filling it out, and for the customer.
* Some columns have two or more headings to address either the variety of contaminants under the group, or the different ways you may report, for example:
* Total coliform is reported as present/absent, but turbidity is not; or
* The system may only have one sample (HIGH), or they may have four quarters which may require them to report the running annual average (RAA); or
* The system may have multiple EPDSs, that can be reported separately, or together if no MCL exists for any of the combined EPDSs
* Be sure to delete those portions of the heading that are not applicable to your system’s reporting situation.
* For example, if a system has only one sample then report the HIGH result and delete the part of the heading that says RUNNING ANNUAL AVERAGE (RAA), and vice versa.
* If you need help understanding how to display your data please note the following brief guidance:
Still need help with completing the CCR? Please attend ADEQ’s CCR Workshop on April 17th or May 24th at the ERG Workshop:
The primary goal of the ERG program is to provide statewide educational assistance to Arizona certified operators of community and/or nontransient, noncommunity public water systems serving 3,300 persons or less. Operators who meet these criteria are deemed eligible operators.




April 17-18, 2012

Prescott Resort & Conference Center
1500 E. Highway 69
Prescott, AZ 86301

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May 23-24, 2012

1110 W. Washington St.
Phoenix, AZ 85007

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A $25.00 fee will be charged to those who register and do not cancel.
If you have questions regarding the Operator Certification Program,
or need to cancel your registration, please contact
Noah R. Adams at 602-771-4511 or 800-234-5677 or .
If you have any questions on the CCR, please contact the Drinking Water Monitoring and Protection Unit Manager, Donna Calderon, at 602-771-4641 or .