Effective Date: 11/09/2011
Title: SubPart 5-1 - Public Water Supplies

SUBPART 5-1

PUBLIC WATER SYSTEMS

(Statutory authority: Public Health Law, Section 225)

Sec.

GENERAL PROVISIONS

5-1.1 Definitions

SOURCES OF WATER SUPPLY

5-1.10 Statement
5-1.11 Applicability
5-1.12 Water quality for existing sources of water supply
5-1.13 Sampling and analytical requirements
5-1.14 Water quality for proposed sources of water supply
5-1.15 Limitation

PLANNING, SITING, TREATMENT AND APPROVAL

5-1.20 Applicability
5-1.21 Siting requirements
5-1.22 Approval of plans and completed works
5-1.23 Reporting emergencies
5-1.24 Approval of fluoridation of public water systems
5-1.25 Disinfection of facilities
5-1.26 Dewatering trenches
5-1.27 Adequacy of distribution system
5-1.28 Blowoff facilities
5-1.29 Pumping equipment
5-1.30 Providing treatment for public water systems
5-1.31 Cross-connection control
5-1.32 Protection of equalizing and distribution reservoirs
5-1.33 Water supply emergency plans

CONTROL OF COPPER AND LEAD IN DRINKING WATER

5-1.40 Applicability
5-1.41 Lead and copper action levels
5-1.42 Monitoring requirements for lead and copper in drinking water
5-1.43 Monitoring requirements for water quality parameters
5-1.44 Public education and supplemental monitoring requirements
5-1.45 Corrosion control studies
5-1.46 Corrosion control treatment
5-1.47 Source water monitoring and treatment
5-1.48 Lead service line replacement
5-1.49 Reporting and record keeping requirements


PUBLIC WATER SYSTEMS; MAXIMUM CONTAMINANT LEVELS;
MONITORING REQUIREMENTS;
NOTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS

5-1.50 Applicability and responsibility
5-1.51 Maximum contaminant levels, maximum residual disinfectant levels and treatment technique requirements
5-1.52 Tables

MONITORING AND CONTROL OF DISINFECTION
BYPRODUCT PRECURSORS

5-1.60 Applicability
5-1.61 Monitoring requirement for disinfection byproduct precursors
5-1.62 Alternative compliance criteria for enhanced coagulation
5-1.63 Enhanced coagulation performance requirements

OPERATION AND QUALITY CONTROL

5-1.70 Applicability
5-1.71 Protection and supervision of public water systems
5-1.72 Operation of a public water system
5-1.73 Water treatment plant laboratory
5-1.74 Approved laboratories
5-1.75 Additional sampling requirements
5-1.76 Consecutive public water systems
5-1.77 State notification
5-1.78 Public Notification
5-1.79 Multiple distribution systems

VARIANCES AND EXEMPTIONS

5-1.90 Variance from a maximum contaminant level
5-1.91 Variance from required use of any specified treatment technique
5-1.92 Exemption from a maximum contaminant level or any treatment technique
requirement

5-1.93 Variance or exemption requests
5-1.94 Notice and opportunity for public hearing
5-1.95 Reserved
5-1.96 Enforceability of final schedule prescribed pursuant to granting of
variance or exemption


SEPARABILITY

5-1.100 Separability


APPENDICES

5-A. Recommended Standards for Water Works, 2007 edition
5-B. Standards for Water Wells
5-C. Acceptable Methods for the Analysis of Contaminants in Water
5-D. Special Requirements for Wells Serving Public Water Systems


TABLES

MAXIMUM CONTAMINANT LEVEL DETERMINATION

1. Inorganic chemicals and physical characteristics
2. Nitrate
3. Organic chemicals
3A. Maximum residual disinfectant level determination
4. Entry point turbidity
4A. Surface water turbidity
5. Distribution system turbidity
6. Microbiological Contaminants Maximum Contaminant Level (MCL)/Treatment Technique (TT) Violation Determination
7. Radiological

MINIMUM MONITORING REQUIREMENTS

8A-D. Inorganic chemicals and physical characteristics
9A-D. Organic chemicals
10. Turbidity
10A. Turbidity
11A. Microbiological Minimum Monitoring Requirements
11B. Repeat Microbiological Sampling Requirements following Total Coliform Positive and/or Fecal Indicator Positive Sample(s)
12. Radiological

NOTIFICATION

13. Required notifications

CT DETERMINATION

14A-G. CT Values

MISCELLANEOUS

15. Entry Point Disinfectant Monitoring Frequency for Systems Using Chemical Disinfection
15A. Disinfectant Residual Minimum Distribution System Monitoring Requirements for Systems Using Chemical Disinfection


Volume: A
Statutory Authority: Public Health Law, Section 225