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Multi-Barrier Approach

Multi-Barrier Approach
Source Water Management and Protection
Optimized Water Treatment
Distribution System Management
Water Quality Monitoring

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Water Supplier Perspective: Source Water Management and Protection by Tony Fernandes Water Supplier Perspective: Source Water Management and Protection by Tony Fernandes Presentation Transcript

  • Water Supplier Perspective Source Water Management and Protection Presented by Tony Fernandes at the Delaware River Watershed Forum October 28, 2013, Philadelphia, PA
  • Aqua Pennsylvania’s Source Water Protection Program  Watersheds  Concerns  Activities  Effectiveness  Summary
  • Aqua America Operating Locations • • • • • • *************** Second largest US-based publicly traded water utility $3.5 Billion in Assets Revenues of $760 Million Approx. 970,000 customers (3 Million people served) Approx. 13,000 miles of main 23 surface water sources currently being used for water supply Current operations
  • Aqua America Surface Water Sources *************** PA OH IL VA Total 13 7 2 1 23 13 2 7 1 4 States with Surface Water Sources
  • Aqua Pennsylvania’s Source Water Protection Program  Multi-Barrier     Approach Source Water Management and Protection Optimized Water Treatment Distribution System Management Water Quality Monitoring
  • Aqua Pennsylvania’s Source Water Protection Program  Watersheds
  • Aqua Pennsylvania’s Source Water Protection Program  Watersheds  Concerns  Sediment
  • Aqua Pennsylvania’s Source Water Protection Program  Watersheds  Concerns    Sediment Phosphorous Taste & Odor Compounds
  • Aqua Pennsylvania’s Source Water Protection Program  Watersheds  Concerns     Sediment Phosphorous Taste & Odor Compounds Pathogens
  • Aqua Pennsylvania’s Source Water Protection Program  Watersheds  Concerns      Sediment Phosphorous Taste & Odor Compounds Pathogens Other (Fuel, Synthetic Chemicals)
  • Aqua Pennsylvania’s Source Water Protection Program  Watersheds  Concerns  Activities
  • Aqua Pennsylvania’s Source Water Protection Program Source Water Protection Activities  Reactive  Proactive
  • Aqua Pennsylvania’s Source Water Protection Program Reactive Source Water Protection  Spills or discharges  Suspicious activity  Rain events  T & O complaints
  • Aqua Pennsylvania’s Source Water Protection Program Proactive Source Water Protection  Developer plan review  Geese control
  • Aqua Pennsylvania’s Source Water Protection Program Proactive Source Water Protection  Developer plan review  Geese control  Water quality monitoring  Buffer management  Streambank repair
  • Aqua Pennsylvania’s Source Water Protection Program Proactive Source Water Protection  Developer plan review  Geese control  Water quality monitoring  Buffer management  Streambank repair  Partnership development
  • Aqua Pennsylvania’s Source Water Protection Program  Watersheds  Concerns  Activities  Effectiveness
  • Aqua Pennsylvania’s Source Water Protection Program Summary  Watersheds  Concerns  Activities  Effectiveness
  • Aqua Pennsylvania’s Source Water Protection Program The End