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					New Madrid Earthquake Scenario

Drinking Water & Wastewater




             CAPT David M. Apanian, P.E., MSCEE
       U.S. Environmental Protection Agency – Region 4
                   Water Protection Division
                      Atlanta, Georgia

                     February 16, 2011
Overview
   Water Sector Infrastructures
   Utility Resources

   Federal Support - NRF

   Interdependent Sectors
Public Water System (PWS)
   Source
   Treatment Works

   Storage

   Distribution Systems

   SCADA-Communications
Public Water System
     Inventory – (Highly Impacted Counties)
             Systems (facilities)   Population
      AL:   200 (2,144)            1,578,367
      KY:   118 (689)                542,886
      MS:   320 (1,532)              628,742
      TN:   179 (1,463)            1,193,940

      R4:   817 (5,828)            3,946,258
Public Water System
     Source (Highly Impacted Counties)

      AL – 40% Groundwater (413 Wells)
      KY – 42% Groundwater (154 Wells)
      MS – 99% Groundwater (621 Wells)
      TN – 97% Groundwater (532 Wells)
Public Water System
     Treatment Plants
      AL:   59 Surface Water
      KY:   45 Surface Water
      MS:    2 Surface Water
      TN:    4 Surface Water

      R4:   110 Surface Water
Public Water System
     Distribution System
                 Miles    Repairs (leak/break)
      AL:   124,800                752
      KY:   120,800             11,406
      MS:   106,200             10,735
      TN:   117,400             39,309

      R4:   469,200             62,170
Wastewater Facilities
   Collection Systems
   Pumping Facilities

   Treatment Works
Wastewater Facilities
     Collection System
               Miles                                     Repairs (leak/break)
      AL:               74,900                                       595
      KY:               61,600                                     9,022
      MS:               63,700                                     8,490
      TN:               70,500                                    31,089

      R4:               270,700                                   49,196
      76 highest impacted counties Mid-America Earthquake Center
Utility – Resources

      In-House
      Mutual-Aid (e.g. – Rural Water, WARN –
       Water/Wastewater Agency Response Networks)
      Local/County EMA
      State EMA
      Other – through State
             Emergency Management Assistance Compact (EMAC)
             Federal Resources
                              EMAC & WARN

  Resource Typing
  Operations Plan
  Exercises
                            State                            State
                            EOC                              EOC

              WARN
              MAA                                                     WARN
                                                                      MAA
                        Partners                    Partners



                                                                             Assoc.
                    Utilities                               Utilities
                                        Assoc.



State “A”                                                                     State “B”
Process for Federal
Assistance…
    State Requests Assistance from FEMA
    FEMA Analyzes Request, and if Approved:
    FEMA Assigns Responsibility of
     Leadership for the Request to Appropriate
     Federal Agency (i.e. – Mission
     Assignment)
    Assigned Agency Responsible for
     Execution of Mission to Meet State/Tribal
     Request – either directly or by sub-
     tasking a support agency
    NRF ESF’s – Water Sector

   ESF-1 Transportation              ESF-9 Urban SAR
   ESF-2 Communications              ESF-10 Oil & Hazardous
   ESF-3 Public Works/Engr.           Materials
   ESF-4   Firefighting              ESF-11 Agriculture & Natural
   ESF-5   Emergency Mgt.             Resources
   ESF-6   Mass Care/Housing         ESF-12 Energy
   ESF-7   Resource Support          ESF-13 Public Safety
   ESF-8   Public Health & Med.      ESF-14 Long Term Recovery
                                      ESF-15 External Affairs

ESF-3 Public Works and
Engineering Annex
     USACE Lead Agency
     EPA Support Agency:
       Conduct infrastructure protection activities
       Determining the suitability for human consumption
       Identify critical water and wastewater needs,
        including personnel, electrical power, and treatment
        chemicals
       Determine the operating status of water and
        wastewater systems.
       Investigate contamination incidents
       Coordinate Water Sector issues with other ESF’s
ESF-3: USACE & EPA Coordination

  HQ Agreement Between Agencies
  USACE/EPA Field-Level Coordination

  Pre-Scripted Mission Assignments @ Federal
   Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)
  ESF-3 Field Manual

  EPA and USACE Standard Operating
   Procedures (SOPs)
ESF-3: “Typical” Missions
     Federal Support (FOS)
       Coordination & Situational Awareness

     State/Tribal Support (TA)
       Technical Assistance  People

     Utilities (via State) (DFA) – Limited
         Emergency Power
         Treatment Chemicals & Supplies
         Temporary Storage
         Emergency Repair
EPA Water Teams

   10 Regional Teams
   All-Hazard Approach

   NIMS Structure

   Backup Regions
EPA Regional Emergency
Operation Centers
     EPA HQ (617) 723-8928

     R1   (617)   723-8928      R6 (866) 372-7745
     R2   (888)   283-7626      R7 (913) 281-0991
     R3   (215)   814-3255      R8 (800) 227-8914
     R4   (404)   562-8700      R9 (415) 227-9500
     R5   (312)   353-2318      R10 (206) 553-1263


  National Response Center - (800) 424-8802
Interdependent Sectors
   Hospitals
   Shelters/Camps

   Public Facilities, Prisons, Airports

   Critical Manufacturing

   Agriculture

   Firefighting
Water Sector Issues
   Funding
   Structural Assessments

   Operators

   Emergency Power, Fuel & Treatment
    Chemicals
   Utility Repair Crews

   Appurtenances: Repair couplings, pipe,
    valves, pumps, motor controls……..
Questions

				
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