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Drinking Water Quality Management System Policy

The Corporation of the United Counties of Leeds and Grenville (the Counties) owns, maintains, and operates the Miller Drive (Miller Manor) and Bennett Street (The Maples) Drinking Water Systems. The Counties is committed to the continuous supply of safe drinking water to all its water users. To fulfill this commitment, every aspect of the water operations is guided by four overarching principles: quality, sustainability, communication and continual improvement.

Quality

Implementing and maintaining a Quality Management System and being in compliance with all applicable legislation and regulations. The Counties water is safely treated and regularly tested according to government legislation and regulations for the consistent delivery of safe, quality drinking water.

Sustainability

The Counties will maintain infrastructure and operations in an environmentally responsible fashion, at a reasonable cost, without sacrificing performance.

Communication

The Counties will communicate openly with the public concerning matters of drinking water quality.

Continual Improvement

Striving always to improve the Drinking Water Quality Management System.

The Drinking Water Systems

Bennett Street Drinking Water System (The Maples)

The Maples apartments were constructed in approximately 1975 and contain 15 residential units, a common laundry room, public bathroom, and a common room within the 2-storey apartment building. The Maples Apartments houses the Bennett Street Drinking Water System, which is not an operational subsystem and is not connected to one or more drinking water systems. This system draws raw water from a single drilled production well located within the property and utilizes a "Point of Entry Treatment Unit".

Miller Drive Drinking Water System (Miller Manor)

The Miller Manor apartments were constructed in approximately 1978. The well supplies drinking water to a 17 unit apartment building that is owned and operated by the United Counties of Leeds and Grenville. The Miller Manor drinking water system is not an operational subsystem and is not connected to one or more drinking water systems. This drinking water system draws raw water from a single drilled production well located within the property and utilizes a "Point of Entry Treatment Unit".

For general inquiries or to report a water quality issue, contact the Housing Department Maintenance Support Worker at 613-342-3840 extension 2118 or 1-800-267-8146 extension 2118.

Related Downloads:

2016 Operational Plans:

 Financial Plan:

2017

2016

Inspection Report:

2017

2016

2015 External Audit Report

Annual Report

2016

Annual Summary Report:

2016

2015

2017

Joint Services Committee Report "Municipal Drinking Water Update"

2016

Joint Services Committee Report "Municipal Drinking Water Update"

By Law No. JSC-031-2017

By Law No. CC-018-2016

External Accreditation Report - 2016