NH Department of Environmental Services Drinking Water Program Analytical Requirements for Community Public Water Systems 2016

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1 Many of the parameters listed in the table below must be analyzed and reported to DES. Please pay close attention to the footnotes on page 6 which further explain the sampling requirements. The water system is responsible for sample collection, reporting, and ensuring that the correct analytical methods are used. Please visit to review the sample collection and preservation guidance document. Please contact DES Drinking Water and Groundwater Bureau at (603) with questions regarding drinking water compliance. Click on: to verify which labs are accredited by DES to perform analysis on drinking water samples. The laboratory must: 1. Use EPA approved drinking water methods specified in 40 CFR 141, 142, and Have current drinking water accreditation for analyses 3. Comply with Env-Dw , Reporting Data from Laboratories (which includes electronic reporting) Parameter Env-Dw Group SDWIS E. coli p Bio 3014 Absent Presence Human & animal fecal waste May cause gastro-intestinal illness Total Coliform p Bio 3100 n.e. q Presence Naturally present in the environment None, indicates possible presence of other bacteria Aluminum l (b,c) IOC l Antimony IOC Geological; flame retardants, ceramics, pesticides Arsenic IOC Erosion of natural geological deposits; pesticide residue, industrial waste Asbestos j (fiber>10 micrometers) IOC million fibers 3.5 MFL Decay of asbestos cement in water mains; per liter (MFL) j erosion of natural deposits Barium IOC Geological; oil/gas drilling, painting, industrial waste Beryllium IOC Geological; used in high thermal conductivity materials Cadmium IOC Geological; mining, smelting, metal finishing; runoff from waste batteries and paints Chloride d IOC d 250 Wastewater, road salt, water softeners, corrosion Chromium IOC Discharge from steel and pulp mills; erosion of natural deposits Color l NH Department of Environmental Services Drinking Water Program Analytical Requirements for Community Public Water Systems 2016 IOC 15 color units l Copper c IOC 5000 exceeded 1.3 Corrosion of household plumbing; at 90% c erosion of natural deposits Copper d IOC d 1.3 Increase in blood cholesterol; decrease in blood sugar Skin damage, circulatory system, carcinogen Increased risk of developing benign intestinal polyps Muscular weakness, increase in blood pressure Intestinal lesions Kidney damage Aesthetic Allergic dermatitis Gastrointestinal distress; liver or kidney damage 1

2 Corrosivity l IOC Non-corrosive l Cyanide (as free C) i IOC i 0.1 Used in electroplating, steel proc, plastics, synthetic fibers Fluoride a IOC a 2.0 Geological; additive to drinking water, toothpaste Neurological, thyroid Skeletal damage/mottled teeth in children Fluoride d IOC d 2.0 Foaming Agents l IOC 0.5 l Iron d IOC d 0.3 Geological Aesthetic Lead c IOC 5000 exceeded Corrosion of household plumbing; at 90% c erosion of natural deposits Manganese d IOC d 0.05 Geological Aesthetic Mercury IOC Geological; used in mfg. of paint, paper, fungicides Nickel n IOC 1036 n.e. n Geological; electroplating, battery production, ceramics 2 Delays in physical or mental development in infants and children Nervous system disorders, kidney damage Heart, liver, skin, weight loss Nitrate (as N) IOC Geological; fertilizer, sewage, feedlots Methemoglobinemia, Blue Baby Syndrome Nitrite (as N) IOC Geological; fertilizer, sewage, feedlots Methemoglobinemia, Blue Baby Syndrome Total Nitrate and Nitrite IOC Geological; fertilizer, sewage, feedlots Methemoglobinemia, Blue Baby Syndrome Odor l IOC 3 threshold odor number l ph b,d IOC b,d 8.5 Precipitation and geology Aesthetic Selenium IOC Geological; by-product of copper mining/smelting Silver l Sodium r IOC l 0.1 IOC Road salt, septic systems (salt from water softeners) Sulfate d IOC d 250 Naturally occurring Sulfide l IOC l 0.05 Thallium IOC Geological; electronics industry, alloys and glass mfg Numbness in fingers or toes; circulatory, hair or nail loss Aesthetic Kidney, liver, or intestinal ; blood chemistry; hair loss

3 Total Dissolved Solids l IOC l Zinc d IOC d 5 Galvanized pipes Possible presence of other health related heavy metals Analytical Gross Alpha e Rad 4002 n.e. e Erosion of natural deposits and radioactive materials Compliance Gross Alpha (a) Rad pci/l If Detected Erosion of natural deposits and radioactive materials Radium 226 e (a,c) Rad 4020 n.e. e Erosion of natural deposits Radium 228 e (a,c) Rad 4030 n.e. e Erosion of natural deposits Radium 226 & 228 (Combined) (a,c) Rad pci/l If Detected Erosion of natural deposits Uranium (Mass) (a) Rad ug/l If Detected Erosion of natural deposits ; kidney Radon k (a) Rad 4004 n.e. k Erosion of natural deposits and radioactive materials Beta Particles i (a) Rad mrem/year i If Detected Decay of natural and man-made deposits Alachlor (Lasso) (b) SOC If Detected Herbicide used on corn, soybeans Eyes, liver, kidney,or spleen ; anemia; increased Aldicarb (Temik) o (b) SOC o If Detected Insecticide used on cotton, potatoes Sweating, leg weakness, nausea, nervous system Aldicarb sulfoxide o (b) SOC o If Detected Degraded from Aldicarb by Plants Nervous system Aldicarb sulfone (aldoxycarb) o (b) SOC o If Detected Degraded from Aldicarb by Plants Nervous system Atrazine (Atranex, Crisazine) (b) SOC If Detected Herbicide, weed control Cardiovascular system or reproductive Carbofuran (Furadon, 4F) (b) SOC If Detected Soil fumigation. Insecticide on corn, cotton Nervous system, reproductive difficulties, headache, sweating, nausea Chlordane (b) SOC If Detected Banned Insecticide for termite control Liver or nervous system ; increased Dalapon h (b,c) SOC h If Detected Herbicide Kidney Dibromochloropropane (DBCP) h (b,c) SOC h If Detected Soil fumigation on soybeans, corn; prohibited in 1977 Liver or kidney ; increased Di(2-ethylhexyl)adipate (b) SOC If Detected Plastics General toxic effects or reproductive difficulties; increased Di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate (b) SOC If Detected Plastics Liver and reproductive ; increased Dinoseb (b) SOC If Detected Herbicide Reproductive difficulties Diquat h (b,c) SOC h If Detected Herbicide Cataracts Endothall h (b,c) SOC h If Detected Herbicide Stomach and intestinal

4 4 Endrin i (b) SOC i If Detected Banned Pesticide Liver /nervous system effects Ethylene dibromide (EDB) h (b,c) SOC h If Detected Gas additive; soil fumigant, solvent, prohibited in 1984 Reproductive, liver, or kidney, increased Glyphosate (b) SOC If Detected Herbicide Kidney ; reproductive difficulties Heptachlor (b) SOC If Detected Banned insecticide Liver damage; increased Heptachlor epoxide (b) SOC If Detected Breakdown product of heptachlor Liver damage; increased Hexachlorobenzene (b) SOC If Detected Fungicide, wood preservatives Liver or kidney ; reproductive difficulties; increased Hexachlorocyclopentadiene (b) SOC If Detected Waste By-Product in mfg of Chlorinated Pesticides Lindane (b) SOC If Detected Insecticide used on seed, lumber, livestock, restricted 1983 Methoxychlor (DMDT, Martate) (b) SOC If Detected Insecticide used on fruit trees, vegetables, livestock Oxamyl (Vydate) (b) SOC If Detected Insecticide used on apples, potatoes, & tomatoes. Kidney or stomach Liver or kidney Reproductive difficulties Slight nervous system effects PAH (Benzo(a)pyrene) (b) SOC If Detected Fossil fuel, wood, coal, or tar burning Reproductive difficulties; increased Pentachlorophenol (b) SOC If Detected Wood preservative and herbicide Liver or kidney ; increased Picloram (b) SOC If Detected Herbicide Liver Polychlorinated biphenyls (PCB) h (b,c) SOC h If Detected Waste chemical runoff; old transformer Skin changes; immune deficiencies; reproductive or nervous system deficiencies; increased Simazine (b) SOC If Detected Herbicide Blood Toxaphene (b) SOC If Detected Insecticide used on cotton and cattle; prohibited in 1982 Liver, thyroid, or kidney ; increased 2,3,7,8 TCDD (Dioxin) h (b,c) SOC h If Detected Combustion emissions Reproductive difficulties; increased 2,4,5 TP (Silvex) (b) SOC If Detected Herbicide (prohibited in 1984) Liver 2,4-D (b) SOC If Detected Herbicide to control broad leaf weeds Kidney, liver, or adrenal gland Benzene (b) VOC If Detected Gas additive; Industrial solvent Anemia; increased Carbon tetrachloride (b) VOC If Detected Industrial solvent/degreaser Liver ; increased risk of cancer 1,2 Dichlorobenzene (o-) (b) VOC If Detected Industrial chemicals Liver, kidney, or circulatory system 1,4 Dichlorobenzene (para-) (b) VOC If Detected Used in insecticides, moth balls, air deodorizers Anemia; liver, kidney, or spleen

5 1,2 Dichloroethane (b) VOC If Detected Industrial extraction solvent 1,1-Dichloroethylene (b) VOC If Detected Industrial extraction solvent Liver 1,2-Dichloroethylene (cis-) (b) VOC If Detected Industrial extraction solvent Liver 1,2-Dichloroethylene (trans-) (b) VOC If Detected Industrial extraction solvent Liver Dichloromethane (methylene chloride) (b) VOC If Detected Solvent ; liver 1,2-Dichloropropane (b) VOC If Detected Industrial solvent Ethylbenzene (b) VOC If Detected Gas additive Kidney or liver Methyl tertiary-butyl ether (b) VOC g (MtBE) g Methyl tertiary-butyl ether VOC d (MtBE) d Monochlorobenzene (Chlorobenzene) If Detected Gasoline additive Kidney or liver damage; increased risk of cancer (b) VOC If Detected Industrial solvent Liver or kidney Styrene (b) VOC If Detected Plastic mfg; resins used in H2O treatment equip Liver, kidney, or circulatory system Tetrachloroethylene (b) VOC If Detected Dry cleaning, industrial solvent Liver ; increased risk of cancer Toluene (b) VOC If Detected Gas additive; Industrial solvent Kidney, nervous system, or liver 1,1,1-Trichloroethane (b) VOC If Detected Industrial solvent/degreaser Nervous system, circulatory, or liver 1,2,4-Trichlorobenzene (b) VOC If Detected Mfg of herbicides, dye carrier Adrenal gland 1,1,2-Trichloroethane (b) VOC If Detected Industrial solvent Kidney, liver, or immune system Trichloroethylene (b) VOC If Detected Waste from dry cleaning materials; industrial solvent Vinyl chloride (b) VOC If Detected Leaching from PVC pipes; plastics factory discharge Xylene (total) (b) VOC If Detected Paint and Ink solvent: gas refining byproduct Liver ; increased risk of cancer Nervous system damage Chloroform (Trichloromethane) f,m (c) DBP 2941 combined f,m Disinfection by product Bromoform f,m (d) DBP 2942 combined f,m Disinfection by product Bromodichloromethane f,m (d) DBP 2943 combined f,m Disinfection by product Chlorodibromomethane (d) DBP 2944 combined Disinfection by product (Dibromochloromethane) f,m f,m 5

6 Total Trihalomethanes f,m (c) DBP f,m Disinfection by product Bromate m (c) DBP m Disinfection by product (from ozonation process) Chlorite m (c) DBP m Disinfection by product (from use of chlorine dioxide) Haloacetic Acids m (c) DBP m Di-isopropyl ether (DIPE) e VOCU 0006 n.e. e Gasoline additive Ethyl tertiary butyl ether (ETBE) e VOCU 0005 n.e. e Gasoline additive Tertiary amyl methyl ether VOCU 0003 n.e. e Gasoline additive (TAME) e Tertiary butyl alcohol (TBA) e VOCU 0004 n.e. e Gasoline additive Abbreviations: SDWIS Safe Drinking Water Information System - Maximum Contaminant Level Bio - biological parameter Rad - radiological parameter IOC - inorganic compound SOC - synthetic organic compound VOC - volatile organic compound VOCU - volatile organic compound - unregulated DBP - disinfection by-product n.e. - not established-reporting is required Footnotes: a Fluoride has a primary of 4.0 mg/l (Env-Dw ) and a secondary of 2.0 mg/l (Env-Dw ) b ph is expressed in units of hydrogen ion activity c Lead and Copper samples are collected in tap water throughout the distribution system: Env-Dw 714 d Aesthetic Regulated Secondary s: Env-Dw 706 e Recommended additional reporting parameters f TTHM combined equals mg/l; DBP Group samples are collected in tap water throughout the distribution system: Env-Dw and Env-Dw 715 g MtBE has a primary of mg/l (Env-Dw ) and a secondary of mg/l (Env-Dw ) h Sampling required only as part of the initial pumping test and water quality sampling program required by Env-Dw 301 or Env-Dw 302, as applicable; Env-Dw (c) i Testing required only for systems deemed vulnerable by DES and notified that testing is mandatory j Monitoring for Asbestos is conducted every 9 years for systems containing asbestos lined pipes: Env-Dw 711 k Radon testing only required for initial water quality of new wells: Env-Dw l Secondary s waived after initial water quality testing: Env-Dw (b) m Only applicable to systems that add a chemical disinfectant in the treatment process: Env-Dw and Env-Dw 715 n Monitoring and reporting requirements for nickel remain even though the and G were removed from state/federal regulations o s have been federally established for Aldicarbs but no monitoring is required: Env-Dw p Bio Group samples are collected during the initial pumping test and then in tap water throughout the distribution system (Env-Dw 709) or source water (Env-Dw 717) q Presence of Total Coliform may trigger additional requirements (Env-Dw 709, 717, & 720) r Special Sodium requirements mandate periodic sampling and reporting (Env-Dw ) s:\wd-drinkingwatergroundwater\monitoring\programs\monitoring\sdwa lists\sdwalist update jan 2016.doc Nervous system, increased risk of anemia 6

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