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3/30/2024

WT Staff

SDWA Profiles
Watervliet City Water
BWA lifted

Saturday, March 30, 2024 1124 am EDT

Drinking Water Advisories
City of Watervliet The City of Watervliet came under a BWA Monday, March 25 for reasons unspecified. According to the City, the Boil Water Advisory was been lifted 6:00 a.m. on Wednesday, March 27, 2024.
Drinking Water Facility Profile: City of Watervliet
EPA Status: No significant violations
Owner: local government
Location: Watervliet, NY
County: Albany
Watershed: Lower Hudson
Active Permit: NY0110127
System Type: community water system
Population Served: 9889
Source: surface water from the Watervliet Reservoir, located in the Town of Guilderland.
Reservoir watershed area: impoundment area 620 acres captures water from a 112 square mile basin drained by the Normanís Kill, Bozen Kill and Black Creek
Capacity: 1.7 billion gallons of water
Treatment: (from 2022 Annual Water Quality Report) raw water from the Watervliet Reservoir flows to the Watervliet Water Treatment Plant. The treatment process consists of pre-oxidation using sodium permanganate for iron and manganese removal, coagulation using poly aluminum chloride to cause small particles to stick together when the water is mixed, making larger heavier particles; sedimentation allows the newly formed larger particles to settle out naturally; filtration removes smaller particles by trapping them in sand filters; zinc ortho- phosphate for corrosion control ; and final post chlorination to protect against contamination from harmful bacteria and other organisms.

From the Watervliet Reservoir Watershed Protection Study
Watervliet Reservoir has been used as a drinking water source for 90 years. The protection study cites the sources of potential contamination of the reservoir, including from pharmaceutical residues and personal care products, erosion and sedimentation, agriculture stormwater runoff non-point sources and more.

Contact: David Dressel tel 518-785-7082

Latest Compliance Inspection: Sanitary survey, complete, August 3, 2024 (State)
No deficiencies noted

The following information gathered from federal EPA pertains to the quarter ending September 30, 2023 (data last refreshed on EPA database Jan 9, 2024)

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)

2 out of 12

0 out of 12

4

-



No Significant Violations
Maximum Contaminant Level Violation - Stage 2 Disinfectants and by-products of disinfection rule - noted April 1, 2022 to June 30, 2022 - measured at .82 mg/L resolved



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