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Appendix G of the Guidelines for Public Water Systems
June 26, 2009
The following criteria apply to all new Transient Non-Community sources with approved yields of less than 10,000 gallons per day (gpd). The submittal shall be certified by a Registered Professional Engineer, geologist skilled in water supply development or a Massachusetts Registered Well Driller that the site, pumping test and water quality meet the criteria set forth in these guidelines and in the Drinking Water Regulations (310 CMR 22.00). Plans for pumping facilities and appurtenances related to the source must be stamped by a Registered Professional Engineer. The permitting process will consist of a pre-submittal meeting with the appropriate MassDEP Regional office and a single submittal (BRPWS37) that shall meet the requirements listed below.
A pre-submittal meeting with the appropriate MassDEP Regional Office is required. Information that should be provided at the time of the pre-submittal meeting includes:
The BRPWS37 permit application shall include the following information: