Safe Drinking Water Act|
DWF Profile: Galion City
Enforcement Priority in Upper Scioto River watershed
Owner: local government, established June 1 1974
Location: Galion, OH Crawford County
Water Source: surface water from Black Fork intake, Amman Reservoir, Ammick Reservoir, Powers Reservoir with a combined capacity of over 500 million gallons. Black Fork is a tributary of the Olentangy River.
2022 Consumer Confidence Report here https://www.galion.city/DocumentCenter/View/1412/2022-Consumer-Confidence-Report
System Type: Community water system
Population Served: Residential 10,453
Service Connections: 4916
Sanitary Survey complete: June 7, 2021 (State)
Significant deficiencies noted in Treatment Minor deficiencies noted in Finished Water Storage
Contact: Nicole Ward tel 419-468-1857
The following information gathered from federal EPA pertains to the quarter ending June 30, 2023
(data last refreshed on EPA database Nov 16, 2023)
Maximum Contaminant Level Violation - Stage 2 Disinfectants and Disinfection by-products rule - noted Apr 1 - June 30, 2023
total trihalomethane measured .083 mg/L (MCL is .08 mg/L)
Public Notice Rule violation - noted Dec 16, 2021 - informal action taken - unaddressed
Consumer Confidence Rule violation - noted Jan 15, 2019 unaddressed
Monitoring and Reporting Rule violation - lead and copper rule - noted Dec 31, 2022 - resolved
Significant violations noted in boldface above
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