Operation and Maintenance Resources for Small Drinking Water Systems
Effective operations and maintenance support overall system sustainability.
These documents and tools below provide:
- Information about how to identify treatment technologies that remove multiple contaminants,
- Develop schedules for maintenance tasks, and
- Checklists and logs for recording findings.
- Removing Multiple Contaminants from Drinking Water: Issues to Consider (EPA 816-H-07-004)
This table describes treatment technologies that can remove multiple contaminants, identifies thecontaminants that can be removed, and summarizes related operational and waste disposal issues.
- Cost Evaluation of Point-of-Use and Point-of-Entry Treatment Units for Small Systems: Cost Estimating Tool and Users Guide Users Guide (EPA 815-B-07-001)
This document provides a description of a costing tool developed to assist stakeholders withestimating costs for a centrally managed POU or POE strategy to comply with drinking waterregulations.
- Point-of-Use or Point-of-Entry Treatment Options for Small Drinking Water Systems (EPA 815-R-06-010)
This document provides public water systems and States with the Environmental ProtectionAgency's (EPA's) current policy on point-of-use and point-of-entry devices used for compliance.
- Preventive Maintenance Tasks for Small Public Water Systems Using Ground Water
The log cards and guidance booklet provide a schedule of routine operation and maintenance tasks for small drinking water systems that use a ground water supply.
- Preventive Maintenance Card File for Small Public Water Systems Using Ground Water (EPA 816-B-04-002)
The log cards and guidance booklet provide a schedule of routine operation and maintenance tasks for small drinking water systems that use a groundwater supply.