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  • Dental Clinics
    in the Kitchen Laundry Save Water Outdoors Find and Repair Leaks Your Drinking Water Overview Water Quality Report Overview Download Report English Spanish Water Quality by Distribution Zone SWTP Source Finished Water Monitoring Substances Not Found Distribution System Compliance Monitoring Lead Copper Arsenic Compliance Health Effects Water Quality Variation Arsenic Variation Chlorine Residual Variation Fluoride Variation Hardness Variation pH Variation Sodium Variation Resources Information Resources Recursos de Información Definitions Terms Definiciones Y Términos FAQ FAQ Spanish What USEPA Says About Drinking Water Contaminants Resource Management Our Water Resources Drought Management Strategy Water Resources Management Strategy San Juan Chama Project Overview Diversion and Recharge Data Environmental Impact Living River Fund Cross Connections Fluoride Information Meetings Agendas Overview Water Waste Overview Enforcement Report Water Waste Variances Exemptions Overview Time of Day Exemption Application Form Water Waste Variance Application Form Video Requests Water Waste Violation Videos Equipment Malfunction Latest News Work for Us Why Work for Us Current Openings Overview Positions Requiring Workkeys What is Workkeys Status of Advertised Positions Salary and Benefits Video Job Descriptions Your Water Authority Overview Org Chart Governing Board Finances Legislation Ordinances Customer Conversations Technical Customer Advisory Committee TCAC Membership Application Water Protection Advisory Board Location Contacts Home Students Teachers Businesses Sewer System View Your Account Search Our Site Type a word or phrase in the search field below If you are unable to find the information you are looking for please contact us Sewer Systems View Sub Navigation Overview Avoid Sewer Backups Cockroach Control Compost Compost Compost Request Industrial Pretreatment Industrial Pretreatment Overview Industrial Permits Fats Oils and Grease Hauled Waste Dental Clinics Pollution Prevention Report Sewer Odor Reclamation Plant Student Tours Reclamation Plant Public Tours FAQs At the end of 2009 the Water Authority Board amended the SUO requiring all qualifying dental clinics to install and

    Original URL path: http://www.abcwua.org/Dental_Clinics.aspx (2016-02-18)
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  • Pollution Prevention
    Water Overview Water Quality Report Overview Download Report English Spanish Water Quality by Distribution Zone SWTP Source Finished Water Monitoring Substances Not Found Distribution System Compliance Monitoring Lead Copper Arsenic Compliance Health Effects Water Quality Variation Arsenic Variation Chlorine Residual Variation Fluoride Variation Hardness Variation pH Variation Sodium Variation Resources Information Resources Recursos de Información Definitions Terms Definiciones Y Términos FAQ FAQ Spanish What USEPA Says About Drinking Water Contaminants Resource Management Our Water Resources Drought Management Strategy Water Resources Management Strategy San Juan Chama Project Overview Diversion and Recharge Data Environmental Impact Living River Fund Cross Connections Fluoride Information Meetings Agendas Overview Water Waste Overview Enforcement Report Water Waste Variances Exemptions Overview Time of Day Exemption Application Form Water Waste Variance Application Form Video Requests Water Waste Violation Videos Equipment Malfunction Latest News Work for Us Why Work for Us Current Openings Overview Positions Requiring Workkeys What is Workkeys Status of Advertised Positions Salary and Benefits Video Job Descriptions Your Water Authority Overview Org Chart Governing Board Finances Legislation Ordinances Customer Conversations Technical Customer Advisory Committee TCAC Membership Application Water Protection Advisory Board Location Contacts Home Students Teachers Businesses Sewer System View Your Account Search Our Site Type a word or phrase in the search field below If you are unable to find the information you are looking for please contact us Sewer Systems View Sub Navigation Overview Avoid Sewer Backups Cockroach Control Compost Compost Compost Request Industrial Pretreatment Industrial Pretreatment Overview Industrial Permits Fats Oils and Grease Hauled Waste Dental Clinics Pollution Prevention Report Sewer Odor Reclamation Plant Student Tours Reclamation Plant Public Tours FAQs The P2 Program was created to educate the public and assist businesses regarding prevention of harmful contaminants from going down the drain and into the sewer collection system Businesses often find that reducing

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  • Reclamation Plant Public Tours
    Strategy San Juan Chama Project Overview Diversion and Recharge Data Environmental Impact Living River Fund Cross Connections Fluoride Information Meetings Agendas Overview Water Waste Overview Enforcement Report Water Waste Variances Exemptions Overview Time of Day Exemption Application Form Water Waste Variance Application Form Video Requests Water Waste Violation Videos Equipment Malfunction Latest News Work for Us Why Work for Us Current Openings Overview Positions Requiring Workkeys What is Workkeys Status of Advertised Positions Salary and Benefits Video Job Descriptions Your Water Authority Overview Org Chart Governing Board Finances Legislation Ordinances Customer Conversations Technical Customer Advisory Committee TCAC Membership Application Water Protection Advisory Board Location Contacts Home Students Teachers Businesses Sewer System View Your Account Search Our Site Type a word or phrase in the search field below If you are unable to find the information you are looking for please contact us Sewer System View Sub Navigation Overview Avoid Sewer Backups Cockroach Control Compost Compost Compost Request Industrial Pretreatment Industrial Pretreatment Overview Industrial Permits Fats Oils and Grease Hauled Waste Dental Clinics Pollution Prevention Report Sewer Odor Reclamation Plant Student Tours Reclamation Plant Public Tours FAQs Ever wonder what happens to the water and other things that you flush down the drain Find out this spring at a FREE PUBLIC TOUR of the Water Authority s sewage treatment facility the Southside Water Reclamation Plant The plant currently undergoing major renovations has a capacity of some 56 million gallons per day and handles all of the wastewater from the Water Authority s service area DATE S April 18th and May 2nd TIME 10 a m Noon Please arrive at least 15 minutes early Space is limited to first 32 participants per tour Only 1 tour per person is allowed Please Note Both the April 18th and May 2nd tours are full

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  • FAQs
    Overview Enforcement Report Water Waste Variances Exemptions Overview Time of Day Exemption Application Form Water Waste Variance Application Form Video Requests Water Waste Violation Videos Equipment Malfunction Latest News Work for Us Why Work for Us Current Openings Overview Positions Requiring Workkeys What is Workkeys Status of Advertised Positions Salary and Benefits Video Job Descriptions Your Water Authority Overview Org Chart Governing Board Finances Legislation Ordinances Customer Conversations Technical Customer Advisory Committee TCAC Membership Application Water Protection Advisory Board Location Contacts Home Students Teachers Businesses Sewer System View Your Account Search Our Site Type a word or phrase in the search field below If you are unable to find the information you are looking for please contact us Sewer System View Sub Navigation Overview Avoid Sewer Backups Cockroach Control Compost Compost Compost Request Industrial Pretreatment Industrial Pretreatment Overview Industrial Permits Fats Oils and Grease Hauled Waste Dental Clinics Pollution Prevention Report Sewer Odor Reclamation Plant Student Tours Reclamation Plant Public Tours FAQs Where can I buy Compost Del Rio Grande I smell a rotten egg odor in my neighborhood What do I do How can I contact the Water Authority to have the area around my property sprayed for roaches Will the roach control treatment applied by the Water Authority completely get rid of roaches Do I need to do anything once the Authority completes the treatment for roaches How do I prevent a sewer back up How does the Water Authority figure out how much to charge me for sewer service Why is December through March the lowest documented water usage for customers Where can I buy Compost Del Rio Grande Companies and individuals can purchase compost by using the compost request form Back to Top I smell a rotten egg odor in my neighborhood What do I do First check your P traps Odors can occur when P Traps dry out run water through the P trap for 60 seconds If the odor does not disappear please call 842 WATR 9287 to report the problem or report it online Back to Top How can I contact the Water Authority to have the area around my property sprayed for roaches Call 842 WATR 9287 and select Option 6 or submit a request using the Cockroach Control Service Request form Back to Top Will the roach control treatment applied by the Water Authority completely get rid of roaches Roaches will never completely be eliminated from the system however with treatment the population can be reduced to numbers that are manageable Only sewer manholes closest to the address will be sprayed No other areas will be sprayed i e yards water meter boxes Back to Top Do I need to do anything once the Authority completes the treatment for roaches Please contact a private exterminator to spray your property to further reduce roach population Water Authority employees will leave a door hanger explaining the work that was done Back to Top How do I prevent a sewer back up Deposit cooking

    Original URL path: http://www.abcwua.org/Sewer_FAQs.aspx (2016-02-18)
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  • Find and Repair Leaks
    the Kitchen Laundry Save Water Outdoors Find and Repair Leaks Your Drinking Water Overview Water Quality Report Overview Download Report English Spanish Water Quality by Distribution Zone SWTP Source Finished Water Monitoring Substances Not Found Distribution System Compliance Monitoring Lead Copper Arsenic Compliance Health Effects Water Quality Variation Arsenic Variation Chlorine Residual Variation Fluoride Variation Hardness Variation pH Variation Sodium Variation Resources Information Resources Recursos de Información Definitions Terms Definiciones Y Términos FAQ FAQ Spanish What USEPA Says About Drinking Water Contaminants Resource Management Our Water Resources Drought Management Strategy Water Resources Management Strategy San Juan Chama Project Overview Diversion and Recharge Data Environmental Impact Living River Fund Cross Connections Fluoride Information Meetings Agendas Overview Water Waste Overview Enforcement Report Water Waste Variances Exemptions Overview Time of Day Exemption Application Form Water Waste Variance Application Form Video Requests Water Waste Violation Videos Equipment Malfunction Latest News Work for Us Why Work for Us Current Openings Overview Positions Requiring Workkeys What is Workkeys Status of Advertised Positions Salary and Benefits Video Job Descriptions Your Water Authority Overview Org Chart Governing Board Finances Legislation Ordinances Customer Conversations Technical Customer Advisory Committee TCAC Membership Application Water Protection Advisory Board Location Contacts Home Students Teachers Businesses Sewer System View Your Account Search Our Site Type a word or phrase in the search field below If you are unable to find the information you are looking for please contact us View Sub Navigation Overview Rebates Evaporative Cooler Thermostat Hot Water Recirculation System Outdoor Rebates Showerheads Toilets and Urinals Washing Machines Water by the Numbers Xeriscaping Overview WaterSmart Xeriscape Classes Xeriscape Rebates WaterSmart Gardening Free Water Audits Water Saving Tips Save Water in the Bathroom Save Water in the Kitchen Laundry Save Water Outdoors Find and Repair Leaks Undetected leaks can be the biggest culprit when

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  • Water Quality by Distribution Zone
    Arsenic Compliance Health Effects Water Quality Variation Arsenic Variation Chlorine Residual Variation Fluoride Variation Hardness Variation pH Variation Sodium Variation Resources Information Resources Recursos de Información Definitions Terms Definiciones Y Términos FAQ FAQ Spanish What USEPA Says About Drinking Water Contaminants Resource Management Our Water Resources Drought Management Strategy Water Resources Management Strategy San Juan Chama Project Overview Diversion and Recharge Data Environmental Impact Living River Fund Cross Connections Fluoride Information What is an EPTDS Ground water is moved from the wells to storage tanks in large diameter pipelines The water is treated along the way Treatment includes disinfection with sodium hypochlorite Generated on site from table salt and water the product is like weak household bleach Purified surface water is pumped to certain storage tanks and blended with treated ground water At the Entry Point to the Distribution System or the EPTDS blended water from a storage tank enters the distribution system to deliver water to individual neighborhoods and customer taps by gravity flow Specific EPTDS s provide water to each distribution zone Because it is naturally filtered water drawn from the Santa Fe basin groundwater aquifer is treated with just chlorine before it enters the distribution system How Trunk Lines Work From the valley to the heights storage tanks are organized in trunks example shown below Pump stations move water from one storage tank to another Purified surface water is pumped to storage tanks on both sides of the river and blended with treated water from wells Samples are routinely taken at the EPTDS see explanation below to monitor water quality Now because of the San Juan Chama Drinking Water Project we have a system of north south pipelines that connect all the trunk lines They help distribute the purified surface water and water from low arsenic wells throughout the system on both sides of the river The result is a mix of treated waters from many wells and purified surface water in each storage tank Results of Water Quality Testing Water Sample Test Kit Interactive Map The interactive choropleth map below uses Google Fusion Tables to display the results of water quality testing Google Fusion Tables is an experimental data visualization web application which requires the use of javascript with a current browser and may not be compatible with all devices The Water Authority service area is outlined on the map The gray polygons on the map show the 20 distribution zones in the service area including the zone for the North West Service Area the former New Mexico Utilities Inc Data tables for each distribution zone link to the same summary of water quality testing results as the Static Map at the bottom of this page How to Use This Map Select either Compliance or Voluntary Monitoring results Select a Parameter Find where you live on the map using zoom or address search Click or tap on your distribution zone to display Parameter data for your zone Open map below in a full window Static Map

    Original URL path: http://www.abcwua.org/water_quality_by_distribution_zone.aspx (2016-02-18)
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  • Download Report English/Spanish
    Overview Download Report English Spanish Water Quality by Distribution Zone SWTP Source Finished Water Monitoring Substances Not Found Distribution System Compliance Monitoring Lead Copper Arsenic Compliance Health Effects Water Quality Variation Arsenic Variation Chlorine Residual Variation Fluoride Variation Hardness Variation pH Variation Sodium Variation Resources Information Resources Recursos de Información Definitions Terms Definiciones Y Términos FAQ FAQ Spanish What USEPA Says About Drinking Water Contaminants Resource Management Our Water Resources Drought Management Strategy Water Resources Management Strategy San Juan Chama Project Overview Diversion and Recharge Data Environmental Impact Living River Fund Cross Connections Fluoride Information Meetings Agendas Overview Water Waste Overview Enforcement Report Water Waste Variances Exemptions Overview Time of Day Exemption Application Form Water Waste Variance Application Form Video Requests Water Waste Violation Videos Equipment Malfunction Latest News Work for Us Why Work for Us Current Openings Overview Positions Requiring Workkeys What is Workkeys Status of Advertised Positions Salary and Benefits Video Job Descriptions Your Water Authority Overview Org Chart Governing Board Finances Legislation Ordinances Customer Conversations Technical Customer Advisory Committee TCAC Membership Application Water Protection Advisory Board Location Contacts Home Students Teachers Businesses Sewer System View Your Account Search Our Site Type a word or phrase in the search field below If you are unable to find the information you are looking for please contact us Your Drinking Water View Sub Navigation Overview Water Quality Report Overview Download Report English Spanish Water Quality by Distribution Zone SWTP Source Finished Water Monitoring Substances Not Found Distribution System Compliance Monitoring Lead Copper Arsenic Compliance Health Effects Water Quality Variation Arsenic Variation Chlorine Residual Variation Fluoride Variation Hardness Variation pH Variation Sodium Variation Resources Information Resources Recursos de Información Definitions Terms Definiciones Y Términos FAQ FAQ Spanish What USEPA Says About Drinking Water Contaminants Resource Management Our Water Resources Drought Management

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  • ABCWUA - Water Quality Report 2014 - Zone 8 Data
    1 10 10 Radionuclides Gross Alpha Particle Activity 2014 pCi L Average Range ND 1 3 ND 5 0 15 15 Uranium 2014 PPB Average Range ND 3 1 6 30 30 Voluntary Comprehensive Monitoring in Distribution Samples taken every three months 2014 results Zone 8 Metals Units Minimum Average Maximum City Average MCL Arsenic PPB ND 2 4 3 10 Iron PPM ND 0 213 0 941 0 022 0 3 a Manganese PPM 0 001 0 002 0 006 0 004 0 05 a Minerals Fluoride PPM 0 3 0 4 0 7 0 4 4 0 Nutrients Nitrate PPM as N 0 2 0 3 0 7 0 4 10 General Chemistry Alkalinity PPM as CaCO3 94 104 118 105 Bicarbonate PPM as CaCO3 93 104 117 105 Calcium PPM 46 51 55 48 Chloride PPM 27 34 38 31 250 a Hardness grains gallon 7 6 8 6 9 5 8 5 Magnesium PPM 3 3 4 8 6 0 5 8 Potassium PPM 3 0 3 0 3 0 3 9 Silica PPM as SiO2 23 27 31 33 Sodium PPM 25 29 35 32 Sulfate PPM 44 58 76 71 250 a Total Dissolved

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