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  1. Drinking Water Technical AssistanceWater Treatment Plant and Distribution System KY Water and Wastewater Operators Association 57th Annual Conference Louisville, Kentucky

  2. Water Treatment Plant and Distribution System Water Treatment Plant

  3. Water Treatment Plant Are DBPs being formed in the treatment process? • Pre-oxidant? • Point of Chlorination? • C-T • Coagulant dosage? • TOC Removal • Enhanced coagulation • Alternative compliance (next slide) • Requirements • Step 2 Operating filters properly? • Backwash Triggers • Backwash Procedure Meeting turbidity requirements? • AWOP goals

  4. Alternative TOC compliance criteria • Source water TOC <2.0 mg/L - Calculated quarterly as a RAA - Used on a monthly basis only when raw water TOC <2.0 mg/L • Treated water TOC <2.0 mg/L - Calculated quarterly as a RAA - Used on a monthly basis - Treated TOC sampled no later than at CFE • Raw water SUVA ≤2.0 L/mg-m - Calculated quarterly as a RAA - Also used on a monthly basis • Treated water SUVA ≤2.0 L/mg-m - Calculated quarterly as a RAA - Also used on a monthly basis - Treated SUVA sampled no later than at CFE • Raw water TOC<4.0 mg/L; Raw water Alkalinity >60 mg/L; TTHM <40 µg/L; HAA5 <30 µg/L - All parameters based on a RAA, computed quarterly - DBP compliance samples used to qualify for this criteria • TTHM <40 µg/L and HAA5 <30 µg/L with only chlorine for disinfection - Only plants that use free chlorine a the primary disinfectant

  5. Distribution System Are DBPs a problem? • Representative sampling using a hydrant and/or tap sampler • Meeting minimum chlorine residual? • Can changing tank operation improve water quality? • Meeting pressure requirements • Fire Protection • Quantity • Flushing program? • Auto Flushers • Setting goals? • Compliance • AWOP

  6. Questions?? Comments?? Drinking Water Technical Assistance Don DeKoster—502-429-7122 Jackie Logsdon—270-824-7529 Russ Neal—502-564-3410 ext.4969 Eric Sutton—502-564-3410 ext.4989