New Regulations under the Health Protection and Promotion Act require owners of Small Drinking Water Systems to provide consistently safe drinking water to their users.
ResourcesThe following fact sheets will provide you with information on keeping your drinking water safe: Regulations: Get to Know the Law (I)Directives: Get to Know the Law (II)Frequently Asked QuestionsBrochure - An Inroduction to Operating a Small Drinking Water System(pdf)Operator TrainingResponse to Adverse Events (pdf)Sampling and Testing (pdf)Source Water (pdf) Treatment Options (pdf)Procedures The following resources will provide you with information on keeping your drinking water safe:Procedure for Corrective Action for Small Drinking Water Systems that are Not Currently Using ChlorineProcedure for Disinfection of Drinking Water in OntarioFormsSmall Drinking Water Systems related forms:Laboratory Services Notification (LSN) formNotice of Adverse Test Results and Issue Resolution formSmall Drinking Water System Operator Desigation formSmall Drinking Water System Notification form Contact InformationE-mail: email@example.com
Safe Water Infoline: 905-546-2189 - this infoline is monitored by a Public Health Inspector. The public including owners and operators of small drinking water systems can use this phone number for general inquiries about drinking water.
Owners and operators of small drinking water systems regulated under Ontario Regulations 318/319 are required to report incidents of Adverse Water Quality to Hamilton Public Health Services. . To report an adverse drinking water quality incident please contact PHS as follows:
Last updated: July 15, 2013
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