New Water Systems

New Water Systems In addition to the "Application for Approval of a Water Project", all proposed new community and non-transient non-community water systems must also submit a "Plan to Permit a Public Water System". In addition to these two forms, if the proposed new community water system is privately owned, then the "Plan to Permit a Privately Owned Public Water System" must also be submitted. All of the forms can be found here. All proposed water systems must also submit a "Plan for Restoration of Services in Emergency", a "Cross-Connection Control Plan" and a "Manual of Operations and Maintenance". Community and Non-Transient Non-Community water systems must demonstrate that the water system owner has the required technical, managerial, and financial capability to operate the water system as specified by NAC 445A. An overview of the requirements to becoming a public drinking water system can be found here.

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