Barry’s Bay
Drinking Water System
2013 Annual Water Report
Reporting period of January 1, 2013 – December 31, 2013
Prepared For:
Prepared By:
The Madawaska Valley Township
This report has been prepared to satisfy the annual reporting requirements of the Provincial Regulations and Guidelines
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Contents
Report Availability ..................................................................................................... 4
Compliance Report Card ............................................................................................ 4
Quality Control Measures .......................................................................................... 5
System Process Description ....................................................................................... 6
Raw Source ............................................................................................................................................ 6
Treatment.............................................................................................................................................. 6
Treatment Chemicals used during the reporting year: ..................................................................... 7
Summary of Non-Compliance .................................................................................... 8
Adverse Water Quality Incidents .......................................................................................................... 8
Non-Compliance .................................................................................................................................... 8
Non-Compliance Identified in a Ministry Inspection: ........................................................................... 8
Flows ......................................................................................................................... 9
Raw Water Flows................................................................................................................................... 9
Total Monthly Flows (m3/d) .............................................................................................................. 9
Monthly Rated Flows (L/s) ................................................................................................................. 9
Treated Water Flows ........................................................................................................................... 10
Monthly Rated Flows ....................................................................................................................... 10
Annual Total Flow Comparison........................................................................................................ 10
Regulatory Sample Results Summary ....................................................................... 11
Microbiological Testing ....................................................................................................................... 11
Operational Testing ............................................................................................................................. 11
On-Line............................................................................................................................................. 11
In-House........................................................................................................................................... 11
Laboratory ....................................................................................................................................... 11
Additional Legislated Samples ............................................................................................................ 11
Inorganic Parameters .......................................................................................................................... 12
Lead Sampling: ................................................................................................................................. 12
Organic Parameters............................................................................................................................. 13
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Maintenance Summary ............................................................................................ 15
Maintenance Highlights ...................................................................................................................... 15
Watermain Breaks ............................................................................................................................... 15
QEMS ....................................................................................................................... 16
Water Taking and Transfer Data .............................................................................. 16
Small System Sampling Summary ............................................................................ 16
Appendix A – Annual Record of Water Taking
Appendix B – WTRS Data and Submission Confirmation
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Report Availability
This system does not serve more than 10,000 residence and the annual reports will be available to
residents at the Madawaska Valley Township Municipal Office. Notification will be at the Municipal
Office and copies provided free of charge if requested. The Madawaska Valley Township is located at,
85 Bay Street in the Village of Barry’s Bay.
There are no additional drinking water systems that receive water from this facility.
Compliance Report Card
Drinking Water System Number:
System Owner:
Operating Authority:
Drinking Water System Category:
Reporting Period:
210000942
Township of Madawaska Valley
Ontario Clean Water Agency
Large Municipal Residential
January 1, 2013 – December 31, 2013
Compliance Event
# of Events
Ministry of Environment Inspections
1
Ministry of Labour Inspections
0
QEMS External Audit
1
AWQI’s
0
Non-Compliance
0
Community Complaints
2
Spills
0
Details
See Summary of Non-Compliance
See QEMS Section
Colour complaints
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Quality Control Measures
The Madawaska Valley Township facilities are part of OCWA’s operational Ottawa Valley Hub. The
facilities are supported by hub, regional and corporate resources. Operational Services are delivered by
OCWA staff who live and work in the community.
OCWA operates facilities in compliance with applicable regulations. The facility has comprehensive
manuals detailing operations, maintenance, instrumentation, and emergency procedures. All
procedures are treated as active documents, with annual reviews.
OCWA has additional “Value Added” and operational support services that the Madawaska Valley
Township benefits from including:
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Access to a network of operational compliance and support experts at the regional and
corporate level, as well as affiliated programs that include the following:
o Quality & Environmental Management System, Occupational Health & Safety System
and an internal compliance audit system.
o Process Data Collection (PDC) facility operating information repository, which
consolidates field data, online instrumentation, and electronic receipt of lab test results
for reporting, tracking and analysis.
o Work Management System (WMS) that tracks and reports maintenance activities, and
creates predictive and preventative reports.
o Wonderware SCADA system allows for process optimization and data logging, process
trending, remote alarming and optimization of staff time.
Client reporting which includes operational data, equipment inventory, financial statements,
maintenance work orders, and capital status reports
Site-Specific Contingency Plans and Standard Operating Procedures
Use of accredited laboratories
Access to a network of operational compliance and support experts at the hub, region and
corporate level
Additional support in response to unusual circumstances, and extra support in an emergency.
Use of sampling schedules for external laboratory sampling
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System Process Description
Raw Source
Raw water source for the Barry’s Bay Drinking Water System is Kamaniskeg Lake. The water is drawn
from the lake using low lift pumps.
Treatment
The Barry’s Bay Water Treatment Plant is a direct filtration plant. The plant utilized the coagulation,
flocculation and filtration processes.
Alum is added to assist coagulation and soda ash for pH adjustment. Filter effluent is disinfected using
chlorine gas before entering the clearwell.
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This facility has the ability to add polymer to aid flocculation and to add ammonia sulphate for
chloramination but does not utilize these processes at this time.
Treatment Chemicals used during the reporting year:
Chemical Name
Use
Supplier
Alum
Coagulant
Kemira
Soda Ash
pH Adjustment
Quadra
Chlorine Gas
Disinfection
Brenntag
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Summary of Non-Compliance
Adverse Water Quality Incidents
Date
AWQI #
Location
Problem
Details
Legislation
Corrective Action Taken
There were no Adverse Water Quality Incidents Reported in 2013
Non-Compliance
Legislation
requirement(s) system
failed to meet
duration of the failure
(i.e. date(s))
Corrective Action
Status
There were no Non-Compliance Events reported in 2013
Non-Compliance Identified in a Ministry Inspection:
Legislation
requirement(s) system
failed to meet
duration of the failure
(i.e. date(s))
Corrective Action
Inspection Report received for December 4, 2012 Inspection on January 30, 2013
• Ministry of Environment Inspection Rating: 100%
• No actions identified in the report
Inspection site visit completed November 13, 2013
• Waiting on report
Status
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Flows
The Barry’s Bay Drinking Water System is operating on average under half the rated capacity. The
Annual Record of Water Taking is available in Appendix A.
Raw Water Flows
The Raw Water flows are regulated under the Permit to Take Water.
Total Monthly Flows (m3/d)
3000
2500
2000
1500
1000
500
0
Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Max Allowable (m3/d) 2500 2500 2500 2500 2500 2500 2500 2500 2500 2500 2500 2500
Max Flow (m3/d)
700
887
599
518
678
563
701
637
579
833
523
763
Avg (m3/d)
402
384
376
375
398
398
423
424
381
390
342
376
Monthly Rated Flows (L/s)
30
25
20
15
10
5
0
Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Max Allowable Rate (L/sec) 26.6
26.6
26.6
26.6
26.6
26.6
26.6
26.6
26.6
26.6
26.6
26.6
Max Rate (L/s)
14.2
14.2
14.2
14.3
14.3
14.4
14.2
14.2
14.4
14.2
14.3
14.2
Avg (L/s)
4.7
4.5
4.4
4.3
4.6
4.6
4.9
4.9
4.4
4.5
4.0
4.4
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Treated Water Flows
The Treated Water flows are regulated under the Municipal Licence.
Monthly Rated Flows
2500
2000
1500
1000
500
0
Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Rated Capacity (m3/d) 2298 2298 2298 2298 2298 2298 2298 2298 2298 2298 2298 2298
Max Daily Flow (m3/d) 604.0 768.0 467.0 445.0 568.0 509.0 591.0 521.0 462.0 735.0 465.0 672.0
Avg (m3/d)
338.2 329.2 321.5 323.7 344.1 342.7 368.7 366.8 328.8 338.1 293.8 318.4
Annual Total Flow Comparison
180000
160000
140000
120000
100000
80000
60000
40000
20000
0
WTP (m3/d)
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
135201
137416
141788
158913
122154
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Regulatory Sample Results Summary
Microbiological Testing
Number of
Samples
E.coli Results
(min) - (max)
Total Coliform
Results
(min) – (max)
Number of HPC
Samples
HPC Results
(min) - (max)
Raw - RW
53
0-4
0 - 100
N/A
N/A
Treated - TW
53
0-0
0-0
53
0-1
Distribution - DW
148
0-0
0-2
148
0 - 18
Location
Operational Testing
On-Line
Parameter
Range of Results (min # - max #)
Filter #1 Turbidity
Filter #2 Turbidity
Filter #3 Turbidity
Treated Free Chlorine
Treated Turbidity
Distribution Free Chlorine
Fluoride
0.01-0.65 NTU
0.01-0.86 NTU
0.05-0.34 NTU
0.49-2.41 mg/L
0.13-1.03 NTU
0-1.8 mg/L
Fluoride is not added at this facility
NOTE: spikes recorded by on-line instrumentation were a result of air bubbles and various
maintenance/calibration activities. All spikes are reviewed for compliance with O.Reg 170/03
In-House
Parameter
# of grab samples taken
Range of Results (min # - max #)
Treated Free Chlorine
Treated Turbidity
Treated pH
Treated Colour
Treated Aluminum
Distribution Free Chlorine
249
249
249
249
249
148
1.14-2.1 mg/L
0.09-0.21 NTU
6.42-7.22
0-0 TCU
0-0.01 mg/L
0.35-1.49 mg/L
Laboratory
Parameter
Fluoride
Treated Alkalinity
Treated Colour
Treated Conductivity
Treated pH
# of grab samples taken
Range of Results (min # - max #)
Fluoride is not used at this facility
12
16-29 mg/L
12
3-19 TCU
12
116-218 uS/cm
12
6.85-7.62
Additional Legislated Samples
There is no additional sampling required under the Municipal Licence.
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Inorganic Parameters
These parameters are tested annually as a requirement under 170/03. Sodium and Fluoride are
required to be tested every 5 years. Nitrates are tested quarterly as required under 170/03. In the
event any of the parameters exceed half of the maximum allowable concentration the parameter is
required to be sampled quarterly.
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•
MAC = Maximum Allowable Concentration as per O.Reg 169/03
BDL = Below the laboratory detection level
Parameter
Antimony: Sb (ug/L) - TW
Arsenic: As (ug/L) - TW
Barium: Ba (ug/L) - TW
Boron: B (ug/L) - TW
Cadmium: Cd (ug/L) - TW
Chromium: Cr (ug/L) - TW
Mercury: Hg (ug/L) - TW
Selenium: Se (ug/L) - TW
Sodium: Na (mg/L) - TW
Uranium: U (ug/L) - TW
Fluoride Residual: Mean (mg/L) - TW
Nitrite (mg/L) - TW
Nitrite (mg/L) - TW
Nitrite (mg/L) - TW
Nitrite (mg/L) - TW
Nitrate (mg/L) - TW
Nitrate (mg/L) - TW
Nitrate (mg/L) - TW
Nitrate (mg/L) - TW
Sample Date
Result Value
MAC
MAC
Exceedance
½ MAC
Exceedance
2013/01/03
2013/01/03
2013/01/03
2013/01/03
2013/01/03
2013/01/03
2013/01/03
2013/01/03
2009/01/08
2013/01/03
2013/01/03
2013/01/02
2013/04/02
2013/07/02
2013/10/01
2013/01/02
2013/04/02
2013/07/02
2013/10/01
< 0.020
< 0.20
15.60
8.50
< 0.0030
0.50
< 0.010
< 1.00
23.00
0.016
< 0.060
< 0.0050
< 0.0030
< 0.0030
< 0.0030
0.075
0.14
0.12
0.15
6
25
1000
5000
5
50
1
10
20
20
1.5
1
1
1
1
10
10
10
10
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
Lead Sampling:
The Lead Sampling Program is required under O.Reg 170/03. This system is under reduced sampling.
The next lead samples will be collected in 2015.
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Organic Parameters
These parameters are tested annually as a requirement under 170/03. In the event any of the
parameters exceed half of the maximum allowable concentration the parameter is required to be
sampled quarterly.
•
•
MAC = Maximum Allowable Concentration as per O.Reg 169/03
BDL = Below the laboratory detection level
Parameter
Alachlor (ug/L) - TW
Aldicarb (ug/L) - TW
Aldrin + Dieldrin (ug/L) - TW
Atrazine + N-dealkylated metabolites (ug/L) - TW
Azinphos-methyl (ug/L) - TW
Bendiocarb (ug/L) - TW
Benzene (ug/L) - TW
Benzo(a)pyrene (ug/L) - TW
Bromoxynil (ug/L) - TW
Carbaryl (ug/L) - TW
Carbofuran (ug/L) - TW
Carbon Tetrachloride (ug/L) - TW
Chlordane:Total (ug/L) - TW
Chlorpyrifos (ug/L) - TW
Cyanazine (ug/L) - TW
Diazinon (ug/L) - TW
Dicamba (ug/L) - TW
1,2-Dichlorobenzene (ug/L) - TW
1,4-Dichlorobenzene (ug/L) - TW
Dichlorodiphenyltrichloroethane(DDT) +
metabolites (ug/L) - TW
1,2-Dichloroethane (ug/L) - TW
1,1-Dichloroethylene (ug/L) - TW
Dichloromethane (ug/L) - TW
2,4-Dichlorophenol (ug/L) - TW
2,4-Dichlorophenoxy acetic acid (2,4-D) (ug/L) - TW
Diclofop-methyl (ug/L) - TW
Dimethoate (ug/L) - TW
Dinoseb (ug/L) - TW
Diquat (ug/L) - TW
Diuron (ug/L) - TW
Glyphosate (ug/L) - TW
Sample Date
Result
Value
MAC
MAC
Exceedance
½ MAC
Exceedance
2013/01/03
2013/01/03
2013/01/03
2013/01/03
2013/01/03
2013/01/03
2013/01/03
2013/01/03
2013/01/03
2013/01/03
2013/01/03
2013/01/03
2013/01/03
2013/01/03
2013/01/03
2013/01/03
2013/01/03
2013/01/03
2013/01/03
< 0.020
< 0.010
< 0.010
< 0.010
< 0.020
< 0.010
< 0.32
< 0.0040
< 0.33
< 0.010
< 0.010
< 0.16
< 0.010
< 0.020
< 0.030
< 0.020
< 0.20
< 0.41
< 0.36
5
9
0.07
5
20
40
5
0.01
5
90
90
5
7
90
10
20
120
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
200
5
No
No
No
No
2013/01/03
< 0.010
30
No
No
2013/01/03
2013/01/03
2013/01/03
2013/01/03
2013/01/03
2013/01/03
2013/01/03
2013/01/03
2013/01/03
2013/01/03
2013/01/03
<
<
<
<
<
<
<
<
<
<
<
5
14
50
900
100
9
20
10
70
150
280
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
0.35
0.33
0.35
0.15
0.19
0.40
0.030
0.36
1.00
0.030
6.00
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Parameter
Heptachlor+Hepachlor Epoxide (ug/L) - TW
Lindane: (ug/L) - TW
Malathion (ug/L) - TW
Methoxychlor (ug/L) - TW
Metolachlor (ug/L) - TW
Metribuzin (ug/L) - TW
Monochlorobenzene (ug/L) - TW
Paraquat (ug/L) - TW
Parathion (ug/L) - TW
Pentachlorophenol (ug/L) - TW
Phorate (ug/L) - TW
Picloram (ug/L) - TW
Polychlorinated Bichenysl(PCB) (ug/L) - TW
Prometryne (ug/L) - TW
Simazine (ug/L) - TW
THM (ug/L) - DW
Temephos (ug/L) - TW
Terbufos (ug/L) - TW
Tetrachloroethylene (ug/L) - TW
2,3,4,6-Tetrachlorophenol (ug/L) - TW
Triallate (ug/L) - TW
Trichloroethylene (ug/L) - TW
2,4,6-Trichlorophenol (ug/L) - TW
2,4,5-Trichlorophenoxy acetic acid (ug/L) - TW
Trifluralin (ug/L) - TW
Vinyl Chloride (ug/L) - TW
Sample Date
Result
Value
MAC
MAC
Exceedance
½ MAC
Exceedance
2013/01/03
2013/01/03
2013/01/03
2013/01/03
2013/01/03
2013/01/03
2013/01/03
2013/01/03
2013/01/03
2013/01/03
2013/01/03
2013/01/03
2013/01/03
2013/01/03
2013/01/03
2013
2013/01/03
2013/01/03
2013/01/03
2013/01/03
2013/01/03
2013/01/03
2013/01/03
2013/01/03
2013/01/03
2013/01/03
< 0.010
< 0.010
< 0.020
< 0.010
< 0.010
< 0.020
< 0.30
< 1.00
< 0.020
< 0.15
< 0.010
< 1.00
< 0.040
< 0.030
< 0.010
38.50
< 0.010
< 0.010
< 0.35
< 0.14
< 0.010
< 0.44
< 0.25
< 0.22
< 0.020
< 0.17
3
4
190
900
50
80
80
10
50
60
2
190
3
1
10
100
280
1
30
100
230
5
5
280
45
2
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
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Maintenance Summary
OCWA uses a risk-based preventative maintenance framework that ensures assets are maintained to
manufacturer’s and/or industry standards. Maintenance is completed using various tools and
operational supports. The Ottawa Valley Hub has specialized certified staff such as Millwrights,
Electricians and Instrumentation Specialists to name a few.
OCWA uses a Workplace Maintenance System (WMS). WMS is a maintenance tracking system that can
generate work orders as well as give summaries of completed and scheduled work. During the year, the
operating authority at the facility generates scheduled work orders on a weekly, monthly and annual
basis. The service work is recorded in the work order history. This ensures routine and preventive
maintenance is carried out. Emergency and capital repair maintenance is completed and added to the
system.
Capital projects are listed and provided to the Madawaska Valley Township in the form of a “Capital
Forecast”. This list is developed by facility staff and provides recommendations for facility components
requiring upgrading or improvement.
Preventative Maintenance Work Orders Completed
Operational Maintenance Work Orders Completed
Weekly Maintenance Work Orders Completed
238
31
348
Corrective Maintenance Work Orders Completed
15
Maintenance Highlights
WO #
Comments
2921572
Replace gasket for Chlorine Gas Emergency Repair Kit.
2732453
2013 Small water system sampling for Madawaska Valley (Combermere Hall and Mission
House Museum and Gallery) as sper Section 4.11 of our services agreement.
2854185
DWQMS External Audit by SAI Group
2796383
Aspec on-site to make repairs to the facility SCADA system
2683625
Video Inspection of intake structure.
Watermain Breaks
Location
Date of Incident
Corrective ActionTaken
Queen Street
19-Jan-2013
Do-All Construction on-site and made repairs to watermain
127 Dunn Street
21-Feb-2013
Eastway Construction on-site and made repairs to watermain
516 Queen Street
02-Mar-2013
Do-All Construction on-site and made repairs to watermain
Bay Street
10-Dec-2013
EMI on-site and made repairs to watermain
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QEMS
The Ontario Clean Water Agency has received Full scope accreditation. There was a surveillance audit
completed March 13, 2013. There were no non-conformances identified. The Internal Audit and
Management Review were completed. Minutes from the Management Review were provided to the
Township on September 25, 2013.
Water Taking and Transfer Data
2013 Data was submitted electronically on January 23, 2014 under permit #6233-8MXPXP. The
confirmation and a copy of the data that was submitted are attached in Appendix B.
Small System Sampling Summary
The Ontario Clean Water Agency samples at two small Ministry of Health regulated systems owned by
the Township of Madawaska Valley. Below is a summary of the sample results.
Number
of
Samples
E.coli Results
(min) - (max)
Total Coliform
Results
(min) – (max)
Number of HPC
Samples
HPC Results
(min) - (max)
Combermere Community Hall
12
0-0
0-0
N/A
N/A
Mission House Museum & Gallery
9*
0-0
0-0
N/A
N/A
Location
*samples were not collected in February, March and April because the piping in the building was frozen.
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Appendix A
Annual Record of Water Taking Report
Annual Record Of Surface Water Taking
Relevé annuel des prises d'eau de surface
Ontario Clean Water Agency
Agence Ontarienne Des Eaux
Personal information contained on this form is collected under the authority of the Ontario Water Resources Act, Section 20. The Purpose of the form is to record details and information about
the taking of water annually.Questions should be directed to the respective hub office in your area.
Les renseignements personnels qui figurent dans le présent formulaire sont recueillis en vertu de l'article 20 de la Loi sur les ressources en eau de l'Ontario. Ce formulaire sert à
dossiers les détails et les renseignements concernant la prise d'eau annuelle. Prière d'adresser toutes questions au personnel du bureau régional de votre secteur.
Year(Année): 2013
Location: RW - Raw Water
Source: Lake Kamaniskeg
Permit No.(N° de permis): 87P4106
Name of Permittee: Town of Barry,s Bay
Mailing Address: 117 Lakeshore Dr.
Nom du titulaire du permis
Adresse postale
Location Of Taking:
Twp. or Municipality:
Lieu de la prise d'eau
Canton ou municipalité
5 Trader Lane
Barry's Bay
(Sherwood Township)
Jan/2013
Feb/2013
Mar/2013
Apr/2013
Concession:
Lot:
5
28
May/2013
Jun/2013
Jul/2013
Aug/2013
Sep/2013
Oct/2013
Nov/2013
Dec/2013
<-- Total -->
<-- Avg. -->
2,820.4
235.03
Total Hours of Taking
246.8
213.0
232.2
222.5
245.1
236.3
260.0
260.8
226.6
242.0
203.7
231.4
Avg Daily Taking(m3)
402.48
384.32
376.03
375.3
398.48
397.67
422.94
424.1
381.23
390.32
342.1
375.87
12,477.0
10,761.0
11,657.0
11,259.0
12,353.0
11,930.0
13,111.0
13,147.0
11,437.0
12,100.0
10,263.0
11,652.0
700.0
887.0
599.0
518.0
678.0
563.0
701.0
637.0
579.0
833.0
523.0
763.0
4.66
4.45
4.35
4.34
4.61
4.6
4.9
4.91
4.41
4.52
3.96
4.35
Total Amt of Taking(m3)
Max Daily Flow(m3)
Avg Daily Rate of Taking(L/sec)
<-- Max. --> <-- Criteria-->
389.24
2,500.0
142,147.0
887.0
2,500.0
4.51
Peak Daily Rate of Taking(L/sec)
14.2
14.2
14.2
14.3
14.3
14.4
14.2
14.2
14.4
14.2
14.3
14.2
14.4
34.5
Peak Daily Rate of Taking(L/min)
852.0
852.0
852.0
858.0
858.0
864.0
852.0
852.0
864.0
852.0
858.0
852.0
864.0
1,600.0
Ontario Clean Water Agency – Barry’s Bay Drinking Water System – 2013 Annual Water Reports
Rev.: 0
Issued: 27-Jan-2014
Appendix B
WTRS Data and Submission Confirmation
Page 1 of 4
01/16/2014
Annual Water Taking Report
For the Year 2013
Raw Flow: Sum (m3/d)
Municipality:
Village of Barry's Bay
Year:
2013
Facility Name:
[5972] - Barry's Bay Water Treatment Plant & Distribution
System
Water Source:
Lake Kamaniskeg
Works:
[210000942] - Barry's Bay Water Treatment Plant &
Distribution System
Total Design Capacity (m3/day):
2,980.00
Classification:
Class 1 Water Distribution, Class 2 Water Treatment
Population Serviced:
1,055
January
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
502.000
261.000
261.000
301.000
301.000
301.000
499.000
336.000
440.000
379.000
315.000
315.000
315.000
533.000
289.000
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
417.000
381.000
700.000
700.000
700.000
235.000
396.000
391.000
421.000
419.000
419.000
419.000
330.000
516.000
255.000
430.000
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
296.000
296.000
296.000
510.000
292.000
462.000
278.000
318.000
318.000
318.000
474.000
306.000
407.000
239.000
509.000
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
509.000
352.000
352.000
370.000
887.000
266.000
389.000
389.000
389.000
351.000
493.000
251.000
444.000
RW - Raw Water
RW - Raw Water
February
RW - Raw Water
RW - Raw Water
31
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Annual Water Taking Report
For the Year 2013
March
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
524.000
524.000
524.000
251.000
444.000
248.000
405.000
335.000
335.000
335.000
512.000
202.000
527.000
184.000
319.000
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
319.000
319.000
599.000
141.000
459.000
254.000
396.000
396.000
396.000
380.000
277.000
571.000
360.000
360.000
360.000
401.000
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
401.000
304.000
412.000
288.000
412.000
412.000
412.000
289.000
422.000
396.000
210.000
349.000
349.000
349.000
447.000
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
323.000
398.000
373.000
362.000
362.000
362.000
463.000
321.000
425.000
436.000
416.000
416.000
416.000
518.000
216.000
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
526.000
392.000
480.000
480.000
480.000
228.000
503.000
362.000
368.000
320.000
320.000
320.000
598.000
367.000
260.000
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
678.000
416.000
416.000
391.000
391.000
127.000
484.000
231.000
353.000
353.000
353.000
618.000
241.000
480.000
389.000
428.000
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
428.000
428.000
390.000
390.000
372.000
392.000
435.000
435.000
435.000
229.000
416.000
302.000
512.000
348.000
348.000
RW - Raw Water
RW - Raw Water
April
RW - Raw Water
31
RW - Raw Water
May
RW - Raw Water
RW - Raw Water
June
RW - Raw Water
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Annual Water Taking Report
For the Year 2013
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
348.000
410.000
366.000
382.000
372.000
451.000
451.000
451.000
349.000
300.000
563.000
294.000
444.000
444.000
445.000
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
445.000
159.000
632.000
342.000
468.000
468.000
468.000
193.000
624.000
237.000
701.000
460.000
460.000
460.000
279.000
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
641.000
389.000
416.000
458.000
458.000
458.000
222.000
385.000
444.000
404.000
473.000
473.000
473.000
114.000
584.000
323.000
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
406.000
449.000
449.000
449.000
449.000
224.000
431.000
393.000
457.000
457.000
457.000
78.000
626.000
219.000
609.000
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
445.000
445.000
445.000
304.000
316.000
637.000
350.000
485.000
485.000
485.000
220.000
530.000
399.000
576.000
436.000
436.000
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
436.000
436.000
151.000
474.000
369.000
428.000
428.000
428.000
357.000
323.000
506.000
354.000
382.000
382.000
382.000
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
297.000
446.000
339.000
392.000
306.000
306.000
306.000
579.000
482.000
382.000
240.000
458.000
458.000
458.000
152.000
RW - Raw Water
July
RW - Raw Water
RW - Raw Water
August
RW - Raw Water
RW - Raw Water
September
RW - Raw Water
RW - Raw Water
31
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01/16/2014
Annual Water Taking Report
For the Year 2013
October
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
833.000
399.000
411.000
379.000
379.000
379.000
436.000
355.000
381.000
437.000
353.000
353.000
353.000
353.000
443.000
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
372.000
416.000
373.000
373.000
373.000
282.000
412.000
371.000
365.000
349.000
349.000
349.000
459.000
347.000
295.000
371.000
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
412.000
412.000
412.000
326.000
326.000
181.000
431.000
415.000
415.000
359.000
359.000
50.000
521.000
323.000
273.000
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
273.000
273.000
395.000
297.000
394.000
337.000
310.000
310.000
310.000
523.000
258.000
445.000
307.000
308.000
308.000
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
308.000
477.000
302.000
374.000
334.000
302.000
302.000
302.000
763.000
537.000
354.000
256.000
334.000
334.000
334.000
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
522.000
309.000
394.000
243.000
374.000
374.000
374.000
658.000
328.000
328.000
328.000
301.000
301.000
301.000
587.000
317.000
RW - Raw Water
RW - Raw Water
November
RW - Raw Water
31
RW - Raw Water
December
RW - Raw Water
RW - Raw Water
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