Safe Drinking Water Report
Drinking Water Facility Feature For the week of Mar 13 – Mar 19, 2023
DWF Profile: Onondaga Nation Water System Watershed: Oswego River/Finger Lakes
Owner: Native American
Location: Nedrow, NY County: Permit: 020000012
Current Notices: none found
System Type: Community water system Population Served: 1000 residents Haudenosaunee, people of the long house
Contact: Irving Powless 315-492-4210
Latest Compliance Inspection: Sanitary survey, complete August 16, 2022 (State)
No deficiencies noted, no recommendations made
Status: Enforcement Priority
Enforcement Priority [Serious Violator]
- indicates a public water system with unresolved serious, multiple, and/or continuing violations that is designated as a priority candidate for formal enforcement, as directed by EPA's Drinking Water Enforcement Response Policy.
The following information gathered from federal EPA pertains to the quarter ending Sept 30, 2022 (data last refreshed on EPA database Jan 11, 2023)
Significant Violations History:
Monitoring and Reporting Rule: Stage 1 disinfectants and products of disinfection, re: chlorine June 19, 2018 archived
Public Notice Rule: June 1, 2019, unaddressed
Monitoring Violation: Revised Total Coliform Rule noted April 2020 through to the end of December 2021, resolved, federal compliance achieved
Consumer Confidence Rule – noted July 2022 unaddressed
Reporting Violation: Revised Total Coliform Rule, Sep 8, 2021 resolved
*Note that drinking water information provided on this site is aggregated from the federal EPA database, state resources and local government sources where available.
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