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DWF Profile: City of Amsterdam Public Water System
Watershed: Mohawk River

Status: Compliant Owner: local government
Location: Amsterdam, NY
County: Montgomery
Active Permit: NY2800136
System Type: community water system

Current Notices: Boil Water Advisory
8/28/23 - Amsterdam - Authorities have issued a boil water advisory for part of the western section of the City of Amsterdam. The boil advisory is in place because of a break in the water distribution line on Guy Park Avenue.

2023 Waterworks Brochure available on City of Amsterdam website

Population Served: 20,700 residents through approximately 6000 connections
Source: surface water from three impounding reservoirs at the foothills of the Adirondack Mountains in Saratoga County
Total Capacity: 2.4 billion gallons
Daily Production Capacity: 10 million gallons per day
Daily demand: 5.7 million gallons per day including Town of Amsterdam and Town of Florida Treatment: Upon entering a 24-inch pipe, the water is screened, metered, and disinfected with chlorine dioxide. Raw water then travels through 15 miles of pipe to the City of Amsterdam for further treatment, including coagulation using a cationic polymer coagulant aid with an inorganic coagulant, flocculation with sodium hydroxide and a cationic filter. Lime is added to adjust the pH, phosphoric acid is added for corrosion control and chlorine is added for disinfection.
Rates:
Annual Production:
From the 2022 Annual Water Quality Report
Contact: Water Treatment Plant 518-843-3009
Mayor and Council 518-841-4310x

Latest Compliance Inspection: Sanitary survey, complete Oct 19, 2021 (District)
Status: Enforcement Priority
Recommendations made for Data Verification, Distribution, Management/Operation, Finished Water Storage, Pumps and Treatment

The following information gathered from federal EPA pertains to the quarter ending March 31, 2023 (data last refreshed on EPA database July 18, 2023)

Non-compliant inspections

(of the previous 12 quarters)

with Significant Violations

(of the previous 12 quarters)

Informal

Enforcement Actions

(last 5 yrs)

Formal

Enforcement Actions

(last 5 years)

4 out of 12

0 out of 12

0

1



Violations History:

Treatment Technique Violation - Lead and Copper Rule - noted April 1, 2022 - addressed



*Note that drinking water information provided on this site is aggregated from the federal EPA database, state resources and local government sources where available.
EPA publishes violation and enforcement data quarterly, based on the inspection reports of the previous quarter. Water systems, states and EPA take up to three months to verify this data is accurate and complete. Specific questions about your local water supply should be directed to the facility.
The EPA safe drinking water facilities data available to the public presents what is known to the government based upon the most recently available information for more than one million regulated facilities. EPA and states inspect a percentage of facilities each year, but many facilities, particularly smaller ones, may not have received a recent inspection. It is possible that facilities do have violations that have not yet been discovered, thus are shown as compliant in the system.
EPA cannot positively state that facilities without violations shown in ECHO are necessarily fully compliant with environmental laws. Additionally, some violations at smaller facilities do not need to be reported from the states to EPA. If ECHO shows a recent inspection and the facility is shown with no violations identified, users of the ECHO site can be more confident that the facility is in compliance with federal programs.
The compliance status of smaller facilities that have not had recent inspections or review by EPA or the states may be unknown or only available via state data systems.
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