In October 2000, the NJDEP issued new licensing regulations to address the needs of Non-Transient Non-Community (NTNC) water systems in NJ. This was a mandate that resulted from the implementation of the 1996 reauthorization of the Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA). All NTNC systems must have a licensed operator on staff by October 2003. For more information from the New Jersey DEP, click here.
This is where Agra comes to your aid! We provide the management necessary to keep systems in compliance with all drinking water regulations. (As you are probably aware, these regulations are extremely complicated and difficult to keep up with.) We will provide a preliminary system evaluation, a careful review of your water quality monitoring program, and laboratory oversight of your water treatment program. Our staff is well-trained in skills such as pump maintenance, chemical feed monitoring, distribution system maintenance, and, of course, generating reports to the NJDEP. Well also provide a Consumer Confidence Report (CCR) conforming to all NJDEP guidelines. For more information on the CCR report, click here.
AELS can also provide expert knowledge and advice to bring existing systems into compliance with water quality regulations. Does your system have a lead and copper problem? If so, we can provide the right corrosion control program. Does the system have bacteria problems? If so, we can provide the right remediation program to suit your disinfection needs. These and other water quality problems can be overwhelming for any organization, so call on Agra to do the work for you!