Guidelines for the preparation of water shortage response plans.

by Richard Siffert

Publisher: Washington State Dept. of Social & Health Services in [Olympia, WA]

Written in English
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  • Public utilities -- Washington (State)

Edition Notes

Other titlesPreparation of water shortage response plans.
ContributionsRichmond, Carole B.
The Physical Object
Pagination26 p., W-17 leaves :
Number of Pages26
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Open LibraryOL17776872M

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Guidance Document Preparing Water Shortage Response Plans Page 3 Preparation of a plan is strongly encouraged, but not required.

The amount of time needed to prepare a WSRP depends on how much information a utility has at the outset, and upon the complexity of the water system. Washington Department of Health’s “Guidelines for the Preparation of Water Shortage Response Plans.” These water providers developed plans in response to the regional water supply shortage in order to establish strategies prior to the next regional water shortage situation.

Summary - Preparing A Water Shortage Response Plan The purpose of a water shortage response is to prevent a drinking water emergency by temporarily reducing demand during times of limited supply, such as during a drought or as a result of natural disasters.

All Group A water systems are required to have a water shortage response plan. Below is a. Water Shortage Response Plan. Introduction. In the event of weather patterns or water system operating emergencies that challenge Tacoma Water’s ability to meet customer demand while maintaining guaranteed minimum stream flows in the Green River, Tacoma Water is prepared to implement this Water Shortage Response Plan (WSRP).

The WSRP. water shortage and/or system problems. • Reinforce that the implementation of the WSRP is not a failure, but rather, is part of the plan to provide water to customers in a responsible way.

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Make an emergency preparedness plan and review/update annually. Distribute the plan to emergency/disaster agencies in the community. Ask them to critique it. Obtain approval. Follow water conservation and water shortage rules in effect, which may limit hours or prohibit use of water for certain tasks.

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