All public drinking water systems must complete and submit a coliform sample siting plan by April 1, 2016.
DEP is holding a series of training workshops throughout Pennsylania which are targeted to transient noncommunity public drinking water systems, including seasonal systems. Transient noncommunity water systems include businesses with their own water system that serve the public (e.g., restaurants, rest stops and campgrounds). Participants will learn the basics and then work on completing a plan for their system during the workshop portion.
For more information on the Revised Total Coliforn Rule Requirements, Workshops, Training, and Sample Plans, CLICK HERE.
CLICK HERE to view the YouTube Web Tutorial on how to complete the Form 1 Sample Siting Plan.
The Revised Total Coliform Rule (RTCR) requires all public water systems to complete a sample siting plan by April 1, 2016. This web tutorial explains each part of the sample siting plan template for a transient noncommunity water system. An example business is used to demonstrate proper completion of the form.