State Water Board Division of Drinking Water

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Bruce Burton, Assistant Deputy Director. Karen Larsen, Assistant Deputy Director Division of Drinking Water. State Water Resources Control Board. Establish . a single water quality . agency. Provide . ID: 725787 Download Presentation

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State Water Board Division of Drinking Water

Bruce Burton, Assistant Deputy Director

Karen Larsen, Assistant Deputy Director Division of Drinking Water

State Water Resources Control Board

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Establish a single water quality agency

Provide

comprehensive technical and financial assistance to the regulated communityImprove the efficiency and effectiveness of drinking water, groundwater, water recycling and water quality programs.

Goals of the Transfer

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Regulatory Program ‣ Division of Drinking Water

Financial Aid & Operator

Certification ‣ Division of Financial Assistance

Information Technology

‣Division of Information Technology Administrative Services ‣Division of Administrative Services

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Program Transition

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Division of Drinking Water Organization

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Drinking Water System Inventory

Type

of System

Population

% of CA

population

Large Water System

>1000 connections37 million98%Small Water System<1000 connections

400,0001%

Type of System

Approximate #

COMMUNITY

3,000 Large (>3,300 people)700 Small (>15 connections, <3,300 people)2,300NON-COMMUNITY4,500 Nontransient1,500 Transient3,000TOTAL7,500

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2 Branches 5 Regions23 Districts (+1)

Responsible for carrying out DWP’s program objectives

District staff interacts with water systems and other local partner agencies

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Field Operations

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Perform all permitting, inspections, and enforcement activities for assigned water systems.

Maintain relationships with regulated water system personnel and understanding of local water supply and quality concerns/issues. Provide technical assistance.

Evaluate the technical aspects of all funding projects, meet with systems, consultants, and develop support for needed projects

Oversee and evaluate LPA SWS programs. Provide technical assistance.

District Responsibilities

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Limited access to skilled operators/managers

Not enough revenue to operate

Isolation makes consolidation very expensive

Disadvantaged Communities

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Natural

Natural

Disasters

Earthquakes, Wildfires,

Mudslides, Flooding,

Drought, Water

Quality Emergencies

Conduct damage assessments, evaluate water quality results to confirm safety of supplies

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Prop 84 & PWS Drought Emergency FundsCombined Effort of DDW & DFA

DDW Responsible for Identifying Projects

Documentation of Need & Proposed Solution. Formal Request for Funding

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Emergency Funding

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Technical OperationsRegulations Development

Recycled

WaterLocal Primacy Agency OversightTechnical Expertise re: Treatment TechnologyTreatment Device RegistrationData & Toxicology

Technical Expertise re: Human Health

Data Stewardship and QualityEmergency ResponseEnvironmental Laboratory Accreditation Program

11Program Management Branch

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Recently AdoptedChromium VI MCL – effective 7/1/14Groundwater

Replenishment Regulations – effective 6/18/14

PendingPoint of Use/Point of EntryRevised Total Coliform Rule1,2,3 TCPLead & Copper Rule Revisions

Environmental Lab Accreditation Program

Surface Water AugmentationDirect Potable Re-use12

Regulations

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Indirect Potable Re-use Projects

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West Basin LA Recycling Facility

Photo by Steven Moore

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Water Code Section 13563 Requires the Water Board to:Investigate feasibility of developing water recycling criteria for direct potable reuse

Develop and adopt Water Recycling Criteria for surface water augmentation

Convene an expert panel to provide advice

…….By December 31, 2016

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Potable Reuse

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Advise on public health issues and scientific and technical matters related to: Developing surface water augmentation criteria

Feasibility of developing criteria for direct potable reuse

Assess additional research needed for establishing criteria for direct potable reuse

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Expert Panel Charge

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Cindy ForbesCindy.Forbes@waterboards.ca.gov

(916) 341-5045

Karen LarsenKaren.Larsen@waterboards.ca.gov

(916) 341-5125

Bruce BurtonBruce.Burton@waterboards.ca.gov(916) 449-5596

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