G&B Thompson

Developments

 

2015

REG. 170/03  Drinking Water System Annual  Report            

 

 


 

Part III Form 2

Section 11.  ANNUAL REPORT.

 

Drinking-Water System Number: 

260068744

Drinking-Water System Name:

G & B Thompson Developments Well Supply

Drinking-Water System Owner:

G & B  Thompson Developments

Drinking-Water System Category:

Non Municipal Year Round Residential

Period being reported:

January 1- Dec 31 2015

 

 

www.gthompson.com

 

G & B Thompson Developments

7 Lime Kiln Rd

Renfrew, Ont.

K7V 0A5

 

none

 

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Complete if your Category is Large Municipal Residential or Small Municipal Residential

 

Does your Drinking-Water System serve more than 10,000 people?   Yes [  ]  No [ x ]

 

Is your annual report available to the public at no charge on a web site on the Internet?

Yes [X  ]           No []

 

Location where Summary Report required under O. Reg. 170/03 Schedule 22 will be available for inspection.

 

 

Complete for all other Categories.

 

 

Number of Designated Facilities served:

 

 

Did you provide a copy of your annual report to all Designated Facilities you serve?

Yes [  ]  No [  ] N/A

 

Number of Interested Authorities you report to:

 

Did you provide a copy of your annual report to all Interested Authorities you report to for each Designated Facility?

Yes [  ]    No [ N/A ]

 

 

 

Note: For the following tables below, additional rows or columns may be added or an appendix may be attached to the report

 

 

List all Drinking-Water Systems (if any), which receive all of their drinking water from your system:

Drinking Water System Name

Drinking Water System Number

N/A

N/A

 

Did you provide a copy of your annual report to all Drinking-Water System owners that are connected to you and to whom you provide all of its drinking water?

Yes (   ) No ( X ) [N/A  ] (   )

 

Indicate how you notified system users that your annual report is available, and is free of charge.

[ X ] Public access/notice via the web                 

[  ] Public access/notice via Government Office

[  ] Public access/notice via a newspaper            

[  ] Public access/notice via Public Request

[  ] Public access/notice via a Public Library    

[ X ] Public access/notice via other method ------Onsite Community bulletin Boards used for posting water information------

 

Describe your Drinking-Water System

Modern Engineered and up to date system designed to supply water from a pressure grouted well. System consists of a 3 H.P. submersible pump which supplies water through a 2 inch water meter into 2- V350 pressure tanks replaced in 2014 along with 2- V260 pressure tanks. System was designed with a 220 volt Stenner chlorine metering pump in the event treatment was required. Water is them feed out in 3- 2”pipes to distribute water to 5 man holes where water mains may be flushed and water is then supplied to each home through a 1” line. A 1.5”line from phase 3 supplies water to T.M.H.P. pump house where it is then distributed to each home. The top floor of the pump house is used for sampling and monitoring the water system

 

 

 

List all water treatment chemicals used over this reporting period

175 ounces of chlorine was used for flushing, maintenance and disinfecting of water lines during this period.   

 

 

  

Were any significant expenses incurred to?

[   ]  Install required equipment

[   ]  Repair required equipment

[ x ] Replace required equipment

 

      Please provide a brief description and a breakdown of monetary expenses incurred

2015 was a good year as we were able to maintain the system well in order to provide high quality safe water with the exception of one adverse sample.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Provide details on the notices submitted in accordance with subsection 18(1) of the Safe Drinking-Water Act or section 16-4 of Schedule 16 of O.Reg.170/03 and reported to Spills Action Centre 

Incident

 Date

Parameter

Result

Unit of Measure

Corrective Action

Corrective Action Date

March 17-2015

Bacteria

8 Total coliform

/100 ml

Flushed & resampled

March 19 2015

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

We had no reportable adverse results during the period of this report in 2015.

 

 

 

 

Microbiological testing done under the Schedule 10, 11 or 12 of Regulation 170/03, during this reporting period.

 

Number of Samples

Range of E.Coli Or Fecal

Results

(min #)-(max #)

 

Range of Total Coliform Results

(min #)-(max #)

 

Number

of HPC Samples

Range of HPC Results

(min #)-(max #)

Raw

24

0-0

0-0   

N/A

N/A

 

 

 

 

 

 

Distribution

56

0-0

56-0    1-8

N/A

N/A

Operational testing done under Schedule 7, 8 or 9 of Regulation 170/03 during the period covered by this Annual Report.

NOTE: For continuous monitors use 8760 as the number of samples.

 

Number of Grab Samples

Range of Results

(min #)-(max #)

 

Turbidity

24

.10-.81  NTU

Chlorine

85

.01-.13 Mg/L.

Temperature

85

37-60 Deg.Far.

 

NOTE: Record the unit of measure if it is not milligrams per litre.

 

Summary of additional testing and sampling carried out in accordance with the requirement of an approval, order or other legal instrument.

Date of legal instrument issued

Parameter

Date Sampled

Result

Unit of Measure

N/A

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Summary of Inorganic parameters tested during this reporting period or the most recent sample results

Parameter

Sample Date

Result Value

Unit of Measure

Exceedance

Antimony

March 3-11

<0.005

Mg/L

0.006

Arsenic

March 3-11

<0.001

Mg/L

0.025

Barium

March 3-11

0.27

Mg/L

1.0

Boron

March 3-11

0.04

Mg/L

5.0

Cadmium

March 3-11

<0.0001

Mg/L

0.005

Chromium

March 3-11

0.003

Mg/L

0.05

Lead

March 3-11

<0.001

Mg/L

0.01

Fe

July    7-15

<0.03

Mg/L

92-107

Mercury

March 3-11

<0.0001

Mg/L

0.001

Selenium

March 3-11

<0.001

Mg/L

0.01

Sodium

March 3-11

45

Mg/L

20

Uranium

March 3-11

0.001

Mg/L

0.02

Fluoride

March 3-11

0.18

Mg/L

1.5

Nitrite

Nov.   17-15

110

Mg/L

80-120

Nitrate

N02+N03 as N

Nov.   17-15

Nov.   17-15

 

97

102

Mg/L

Mg/L

80-120

80-120

 

Summary of Organic parameters sampled during this reporting period or the most recent sample results

Parameter

Sample Date

Result Value

Unit of Measure

Exceedance

Alachlor

March 3-11

<0.5

Ug/L

5

Aldicarb

March 3-11

<5

Ug/L

9

Aldrin + Dieldrin

March 3-11

<0.012

Ug/L

0.7

Atrazine + N-dealkylated metobolites

March 3-11

<0.2

Ug/L

5

Azinphos-methyl

March 3-11

<2

Ug/L

20

Bendiocarb

March 3-11

<2

Ug/L

40

Benzene

March 3-11

<0.5

Ug/L

5

Benzo(a)pyrene

March 3-11

<0.01

Ug/L

0.01

Bromoxynil

March 3-11

<0.5

Ug/L

5

Carbaryl

March 3-11

<5

Ug/L

90

Carbofuran

March 3-11

<5

Ug/L

90

Carbon Tetrachloride

March 3-11

<0.5

Ug/L

5

Chlordane (Total)

March 3-11

<0.018

Ug/L

7

Chlorpyrifos

March 3-11

<1

Ug/L

90

Cyanazine

March 3-11

<1

Ug/L

10

Diazinon

March 3-11

<1

Ug/L

20

Dicamba

March 3-11

<1

Ug/L

120

1,2-Dichlorobenzene

March 3-11

<0.4

Ug/L

200

1,4-Dichlorobenzene

March 3-11

<0.4

Ug/L

5

Dichlorodiphenyltrichloroethane (DDT) + metabolites

March 3-11

<0.024

Ug/L

30

1,2-Dichloroethane

March 3-11

<0.5

Ug/L

5

1,1-Dichloroethylene

(vinylidene chloride)

March 3-11

<0.5

Ug/L

14

Dichloromethane

March 3-11

<4.0

Ug/L

50

2-4 Dichlorophenol

March 3-11

<0.5

Ug/L

900

2,4-Dichlorophenoxy acetic acid (2,4-D)

March 3-11

<1

Ug/L

100

Diclofop-methyl

March 3-11

<0.9

Ug/L

9

Dimethoate

March 3-11

<2.5

Ug/L

20

Dinoseb

March 3-11

<1

Ug/L

10

Diquat

March 3-11

<5

Ug/L

70

Diuron

March 3-11

<10

Ug/L

150

Glyphosate

March 3-11

<10

Ug/L

280

Heptachlor + Heptachlor Epoxide

March 3-11

<0.012

Ug/L

3

Lindane (Total)

March 3-11

<0.005

Ug/L

4

Malathion

March 3-11

<5

Ug/L

190

Methoxychlor

March 3-11

<0.024

Ug/L

900

Metolachlor

March 3-11

<0.5

Ug/L

50

Metribuzin

March 3-11

<5

Ug/L

80

Monochlorobenzene

March 3-11

<0.2

Ug/L

80

Paraquat

March 3-11

<5

Ug/L

10

Parathion

March 3-11

<1

Ug/L

50

Pentachlorophenol

March 3-11

<0.5

Ug/L

60

Phorate

March 3-11

<0.5

Ug/L

2

Picloram

March 3-11

<5

Ug/L

190

Polychlorinated Biphenyls(PCB)

March 3-11

<0.1

Ug/L

3

Prometryne

March 3-11

<0.25

Ug/L

1

Simazine

March 3-11

<1

Ug/L

10

THM

(NOTE: show latest annual average)

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

Temephos

March 3-11

<10

Ug/L

280

Terbufos

March 3-11

<0.4

Ug/L

1

Tetrachloroethylene

March 3-11

<0.3

Ug/L

30

2,3,4,6-Tetrachlorophenol

March 3-11

<0.5

Ug/L

100

Triallate

March 3-11

<1

Ug/L

230

Trichloroethylene

March 3-11

<0.5

Ug/L

5

2,4,6-Trichlorophenol

March 3-11

<0.5

Ug/L

5

2,4,5-Trichlorophenoxy acetic acid (2,4,5-T)

March 3-11

<1

Ug/L

280

Trifluralin

March 3-11

<0.4

Ug/L

45

Vinyl Chloride

March 3-11

<0.2

Ug/L

2

Toluene-d8

March 3-11

97

%

 

4-bromofluorobenzene

March 3-11

116

%

 

1,2-dichloroethane-d4

March 3-11

100

%

 

 

 

List any Inorganic or Organic parameter(s) that exceeded half the standard prescribed in Schedule 2 of Ontario Drinking Water Quality Standards.

Parameter

Result Value

Unit of Measure

Date of  Sample

Sodium

45

Mg/L

March 3-11

 

 

 

 

(Only if DWS category is large municipal residential, small municipal residential, large municipal non residential, non municipal year round residential, large non municipal no