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									                CITY OF STRATFORD
       WATER DISTRIBUTION AND SUPPLY SYSTEM
           ANNUAL AND SUMMARY REPORT
         JANUARY 1, 2008 - DECEMBER 31, 2008
                Prepared by: City of Stratford Water Division




This report is prepared in compliance with section 11 and schedule 22 Ontario
Regulation 170/03 made under the Safe Drinking Water Act 2002 (R.S.O. 2000).
CONTENTS
Section 1 - Requirements of Reports

Section 2 - Annual Report

Section 3 - Summary Report

Section 4 – Comments

Section 5 – Monitoring Wells Data Report



APPENDICIES

Appendix A – MOE Final Water Inspection Report
and Inspection Rating Record (Reporting Year 2007-2008)

Appendix B – 2008 Monthly Water Usage Report

Appendix C – Permit to Take Water

Appendix D – Consolidated Certificate of Approval




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Section 1 – Requirements of Reports


Ontario Regulation 170/03 requires that the owners of drinking water systems prepare
two reports annually, the ‘Annual Report’ and ‘Summary Report’. The purpose of the
annual report is to ensure the public and designated facilities are aware operations of the
system comply with provincial regulation. The ‘Annual Report’ must be prepared no
later than February 28th of each year and it must contain the following;


           a) a brief description of the drinking water system, including a list of water
              treatment chemicals used by the system during the period covered by the
              report;
           b) summarize any reports made to the Ministry under subsection 18 (1) of the
              SDWA Act or section 16-4 (Adverse Reports) of Schedule 16 during the
              period covered by the report;
           c) summarize the results of tests required under this Regulation, or an
              approval or order, including an OWRA order, during the period covered
              by the report and, if tests required under this Regulation in respect of a
              parameter were not required during that period, summarize the most recent
              results of tests of that parameter;
           d) describe any corrective actions taken under Schedule 17 or 18 (Corrective
              Actions) during the period covered by the report;
           e) describe any major expenses incurred during the period covered by the
              report to install, repair or replace required equipment; and
           f) include a statement of where a report prepared under Schedule 22 will be
              available for inspection under subsection 12 (4). O. Reg. 170/03, s. 11 (6).



The owner of a drinking water system shall ensure that a copy of an annual report for the
system is given, without charge, to every person who requests a copy. If the water
system serves more than 10,000 people, the system shall ensure that a copy of the report
is prepared and available to the public at no charge on a website on the Internet.


Ontario Regulation 170/03 Schedule 22 requires that the drinking water systems prepare
the ‘Summary Report’. The purpose of the Summary Report is to maintain transparency
between the water system operator and owner of the system. In the case of the City of
Stratford this would be municipal council. The Summary Report ensures municipal
council is notified of the related legislation, and any failures to meet requirements during



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Section 1 – Requirements of Reports


the past year. The Summary Report must be prepared no later than March 31st of each
year and it must contain the following;


           a) list the requirements of the Act, the regulations, the system’s approval and
              any order that the system failed to meet at any time during the period
              covered by the report and specify the duration of the failure; and
           b) for each failure referred to in clause (a), describe the measures that were
              taken to correct the failure.
           c) A summary of the quantities and flow rates of the water supplied during
              the period covered by the report, including monthly average and maximum
              daily flows and daily instantaneous peak flow rates.
           d) A comparison of the summary referred to in paragraph 1 to the rated
              capacity and flow rates approved in the system’s approval.




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  SECTION 2
ANNUAL REPORT
                    Drinking-Water Systems Regulation O. Reg. 170/03


ANNUAL REPORT
 February 10 2009

Drinking-Water System Number:         220000530
Drinking-Water System Name:           Stratford Well Supply
Drinking-Water System Owner:          Corporation of the City of Stratford
Drinking-Water System Category:       Class III Distribution and Supply Subsystem
Period being reported:                Jan. 2008 - Dec.2008


Complete if your Category is Large Municipal          Complete for all other Categories.
Residential or Small Municipal Residential

Does your Drinking-Water System serve           Number of Designated Facilities served:
more than 10,000 people? Yes [x] No [ ]
                                                  0
Is your annual report available to the public   Did you provide a copy of your annual
at no charge on a web site on the Internet?     report to all Designated Facilities you
Yes [x] No [ ]                                  serve?
                                                Yes [ ] No [ ]
Location where Summary Report required
under O. Reg. 170/03 Schedule 22 will be        Number of Interested Authorities you
available for inspection.                       report to:
                                                           0
    www.city.stratford.on.ca
                                                Did you provide a copy of your annual
                                                report to all Interested Authorities you
                                                report to for each Designated Facility?
                                                Yes [ ] N/A [x]




List all Drinking-Water Systems (if any), which receive all of their drinking water from
your system: Not applicable


Did you provide a copy of your annual report to all Drinking-Water System owners that
are connected to you and to whom you provide all of its drinking water?
   Yes [ ] N/A [x]




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                  Drinking-Water Systems Regulation O. Reg. 170/03

Indicate how you notified system users that your annual report is available, and is free of
charge.

   [x] Public access/notice via the web
   [x] Public access/notice via Government Office
   [x] Public access/notice via a newspaper
   [x] Public access/notice via Public Request
   [ ] Public access/notice via a Public Library
   [x] Public access/notice via other method Inserts with Water Bills

   Describe your Drinking-Water System
   The Stratford Well Supply is owned and operated by the municipality of the City of
   Stratford. There are a total of 11 wells, 6 pumping stations, 2 water towers and a 7.5
   million litre reservoir. All wells are non-GUDI groundwater wells, 6 of the 11 are
   located in a well field at 39 Romeo St., that is pumped into a 7.5 million litre reservoir
   after treatment with gas chlorine and sodium silicate for iron sequestering. The
   remaining 5 pump stations (wells) are located throughout the City of Stratford each
   equipped with gas chlorine for treatment.

   List all water treatment chemicals used over this reporting period

    Chlorine and sodium silicate (sodium silicate is only at Romeo St. pumping station).

   Were any significant expenses incurred to?
     [x] Install required equipment
     [x] Repair required equipment
     [x] Replace required equipment


   Please provide a brief description and a breakdown of monetary expenses incurred
   The 2008 construction year upgrades to infrastructure.

   2008 Capital Costs Includes:
   - Ontario St. - Romeo St. to Parkview: 315m of 300mm PVC watermain.
   - Ontario St. - Romeo St. to Parkview: 18 services - 25mm.
   - Dufferin St. - Elm St. to Oak St.: 62m of 150mm PVC watermain.
   - Dufferin St. - Elm St. to Oak St: 2 services - 25mm.
   - Oak St. -Dufferin to Brydges St.: 177m of 150mm PVC watermain.
   - Oak St. -Dufferin to Brydges St.: 11 services - 25mm.
   - Oak St. -Dufferin to Brydges St.: 1 service - 100mm.
   - Linton Ave: 340m of 300mm PVC watermain.
   - Linton Ave: 12 services - 25mm.
   - Linton Ave: 2 services – 150mm.




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2008 Operational Expenses Include
- installation of multi level monitoring well including hydro-geological report and
applicable data recorders. It is located in the south end of town at Lorne Ave and
St.Vincent St. South as required for Stratford’s Permit to Take Water, condition
4.2(4)
- upgrade of Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA System)
- electrical upgrade at Dunn Rd. well, inclusion of a new Programmable Logic
Controller and Panel to improve functionality on the SCADA system
- equipment, tools, and safety apparatus upgrade or replacement
- 2008 regular operating cost for main break repair, bi-annual hydrant flushing
program ( reduces naturally occurring iron that has settle in the water mains to be
purged), water meter exchange and repair program, and valve maintenance.



2008 Expense Breakdown

                                 Reserves and Revenues

Reserves year end Dec.31, 2008………………. $ 280,950.17
Revenue year end Dec.31, 2008………….…...$ 3,886,002.69

                 Reserves and Revenue Total………………………$ 4,166,952.86


                            Operation and Capital Expenses

Operational Expenses Dec.31, 2008......................…...$ 2,488,147.58
Capital Expenses Dec.31, 2008.............………………. $ 963,371.69

                 Expense Total……………………………………..$ 3,451,519.27

Net Reserve…………………………….……………………………. $ 715,433.59
                   Drinking-Water Systems Regulation O. Reg. 170/03

   Provide details on the notices submitted in accordance with subsection 18(1) of the Safe
   Drinking-Water Act or section 16-4 of Schedule 16 of O.Reg.170/03 and reported to
   Spills Action Centre

    Incident       Parameter    Result   Unit of       Corrective Action            Corrective
    Date                                 Measure                                    Action Date
    13/08/08       Coliform          1   CFU/100ml     Well taken out of service.  15/08/08
                                                       Resample location 24 hours
                                                       apart plus 2 samples
                                                       upstream and downstream
                                                       of Well. All samples came
                                                       back negative for
                                                       Bacteriological parameters.
    26/11/08       Sodium       20       mg/L          Re-sampled and results      01/12/08
                                                       came bask from lab @ 20
                                                       mg/L. Perth District Health
                                                       Unit advises local Medical
                                                       Physicians of naturally
                                                       occurring sodium in
                                                       Stratford’s drinking water.
                                                       Naturally occurring
                                                       sodium from Stratford’s
                                                       aquifer.




   Microbiological testing done under the Schedule 10, 11 or 12 of Regulation 170/03,
   during this reporting period.

                      Number     Range of E.Coli   Range of Total    Number     Range of HPC
                      of         Or Fecal          Coliform          of HPC     Results
                      Samples    Results           Results           Samples    (min #)-(max #)
                                 (min #)-(max #)   (min #)-(max #)

    Raw               542        0                 0→54              542        <10→>2000
    Treated           319        0                 0→1               319        <10→ 560
    Distribution      541        0                 0                 541        <10→>2000

   Operational testing done under Schedule 7, 8 or 9 of Regulation 170/03 during the
   period covered by this Annual Report.



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                            Number of       Range of Results
                                                                   NOTE: For continuous
                            Grab Samples    (min #)-(max #)
                                                                   monitors use 8760 as the
    Turbidity               >4810           0.01 – 0.96 NTU        number of samples.
    Chlorine                >52560          0.33 – 1.51 mg/L
    Fluoride (If the        N/A             N/A
    DWS provides
    fluoridation)

    NOTE: Record the unit of measure if it is not milligrams per litre.

   Summary of additional testing and sampling carried out in accordance with the
   requirement of an approval, order or other legal instrument.

    Date of legal instrument    Parameter           Date Sampled      Result     Unit of Measure
    issued




   Summary of Inorganic parameters tested during this reporting period or the most
   recent sample results
                             Romeo St. - Pumphouse

    Parameter              Sample Date          Result Value   Unit of Measure    Exceedance
                           Day/Mon/Year
    Antimony               22/07/08             ND             mg/L               NO
    Arsenic                22/07/08             ND             mg/L               NO
    Barium                 22/07/08             0.072          mg/L               NO
    Boron                  22/07/08             0.09           mg/L               NO
    Cadmium                22/07/08             ND             mg/L               NO
    Chromium               22/07/08             ND             mg/L               NO
    Lead                   26/11/08             ND             mg/L               NO
    Mercury                22/07/08             ND             mg/L               NO
    Selenium               22/07/08             ND             mg/L               NO
    Sodium                 26/11/08             21             mg/L               YES
    Uranium                22/07/08             0.0001         mg/L               NO
    Fluoride               26/11/08             1.5            mg/L               YES
    Nitrite                26/11/08             ND             mg/L               NO
    Nitrate                26/11/08             ND             mg/L               NO


   Summary of Organic parameters sampled during this reporting period or the most
   recent sample results
                             Romeo St. - Pumphouse



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    Parameter                                 Sample     Result   Unit of    Exceedance
                                              Date       Value    Measure
    Alachlor                                  22/07/08   ND       mg/L       NO
    Aldicarb                                  22/07/08   ND       mg/L       NO
    Aldrin + Dieldrin                         22/07/08   ND       mg/L       NO
    Atrazine + N-dealkylated metobolites      22/07/08   ND       mg/L       NO
    Azinphos-methyl (Gothion)                 22/07/08   ND       mg/L       NO
    Bendiocarb                                22/07/08   ND       mg/L       NO
    Benzene                                   22/07/08   ND       mg/L       NO
    Benzo(a)pyrene                            22/07/08   ND       mg/L       NO
    Bromoxynil                                22/07/08   ND       mg/L       NO
    Carbaryl                                  22/07/08   ND       mg/L       NO
    Carbofuran                                22/07/08   ND       mg/L       NO
    Carbon Tetrachloride                      22/07/08   ND       mg/L       NO
    Chlordane (Total)                         22/07/08   ND       mg/L       NO
    Chlorpyrifos                              22/07/08   ND       mg/L       NO
    Cyanazine                                 22/07/08   ND       mg/L       NO
    Diazinon                                  22/07/08   ND       mg/L       NO
    Dicamba                                   22/07/08   ND       mg/L       NO
    1,2-Dichlorobenzene                       22/07/08   ND       mg/L       NO
    1,4-Dichlorobenzene                       22/07/08   ND       mg/L       NO
    Dichlorodiphenyltrichloroethane (DDT) +   22/07/08   ND       mg/L       NO
    metabolites
    1,2-Dichloroethane                        22/07/08 ND         mg/L       NO
    1,1-Dichloroethylene                      22/07/08 ND         mg/L       NO
    (vinylidene chloride)
    Dichloromethane                           22/07/08   ND       mg/L       NO
    2-4 Dichlorophenol                        22/07/08   ND       mg/L       NO
    2,4-Dichlorophenoxy acetic acid (2,4-D)   22/07/08   ND       mg/L       NO
    Diclofop-methyl                           22/07/08   ND       mg/L       NO
    Dimethoate                                22/07/08   ND       mg/L       NO
    Dinoseb                                   22/07/08   ND       mg/L       NO
    Diquat                                    22/07/08   ND       mg/L       NO
    Diuron                                    22/07/08   ND       mg/L       NO
    Glyphosate                                22/07/08   ND       mg/L       NO
    Heptachlor + Heptachlor Epoxide           22/07/08   ND       mg/L       NO
    Lindane (Total)                           22/07/08   ND       mg/L       NO
    Malathion                                 22/07/08   ND       mg/L       NO
    Methoxychlor                              22/07/08   ND       mg/L       NO
    Metolachlor                               22/07/08   ND       mg/L       NO
    Metribuzin                                22/07/08   ND       mg/L       NO
    Monochlorobenzene                         22/07/08   ND       mg/L       NO
    Paraquat                                  22/07/08   ND       mg/L       NO
    Parathion                                 22/07/08   ND       mg/L       NO



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    Pentachlorophenol                               22/07/08      ND        mg/L           NO
    Phorate                                         22/07/08      ND        mg/L           NO
    Picloram                                        22/07/08      ND        mg/L           NO
    Polychlorinated Biphenyls(PCB)                  22/07/08      ND        mg/L           NO
    Prometryne                                      22/07/08      ND        mg/L           NO
    Simazine                                        22/07/08      ND        mg/L           NO
    THM                                             26/11/08      0.0179    mg/L           NO
    (NOTE: show latest annual average)
    Temephos                                        22/07/08      ND        mg/L           NO
    Terbufos                                        22/07/08      ND        mg/L           NO
    Tetrachloroethylene                             22/07/08      ND        mg/L           NO
    2,3,4,6-Tetrachlorophenol                       22/07/08      ND        mg/L           NO
    Triallate                                       22/07/08      ND        mg/L           NO
    Trichloroethylene                               22/07/08      ND        mg/L           NO
    2,4,6-Trichlorophenol                           22/07/08      ND        mg/L           NO
    2,4,5-Trichlorophenoxy acetic acid (2,4,5-T)    22/07/08      ND        mg/L           NO
    Trifluralin                                     22/07/08      ND        mg/L           NO
    Vinyl Chloride                                  22/07/08      ND        mg/L           NO


   Summary of Inorganic parameters tested during this reporting period or the most
   recent sample results
                                  Chestnut Well

    Parameter            Sample Date               Result Value    Unit of Measure   Exceedance
    Antimony             22/07/08                  ND              mg/L              NO
    Arsenic              22/07/08                  ND              mg/L              NO
    Barium               22/07/08                  0.27            mg/L              NO
    Boron                22/07/08                  0.09            mg/L              NO
    Cadmium              22/07/08                  ND              mg/L              NO
    Chromium             22/07/08                  ND              mg/L              NO
    Lead                 26/11/08                  ND              mg/L              NO
    Mercury              22/07/08                  ND              mg/L              NO
    Selenium             22/07/08                  ND              mg/L              NO
    Sodium               22/07/08                  26              mg/L              YES
    Uranium              22/07/08                  0.0001          mg/L              NO
    Fluoride             26/11/08                  2.0             mg/L              YES
    Nitrite              26/11/08                  ND              mg/L              NO
    Nitrate              26/11/08                  ND              mg/L              NO

   Summary of Organic parameters sampled during this reporting period or the most
   recent sample results
                                  Chestnut Well




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    Parameter                                 Sample     Result   Unit of    Exceedance
                                              Date       Value    Measure
    Alachlor                                  22/07/08   ND       mg/L       NO
    Aldicarb                                  22/07/08   ND       mg/L       NO
    Aldrin + Dieldrin                         22/07/08   ND       mg/L       NO
    Atrazine + N-dealkylated metobolites      22/07/08   ND       mg/L       NO
    Azinphos-methyl                           22/07/08   ND       mg/L       NO
    Bendiocarb                                22/07/08   ND       mg/L       NO
    Benzene                                   22/07/08   ND       mg/L       NO
    Benzo(a)pyrene                            22/07/08   ND       mg/L       NO
    Bromoxynil                                22/07/08   ND       mg/L       NO
    Carbaryl                                  22/07/08   ND       mg/L       NO
    Carbofuran                                22/07/08   ND       mg/L       NO
    Carbon Tetrachloride                      22/07/08   ND       mg/L       NO
    Chlordane (Total)                         22/07/08   ND       mg/L       NO
    Chlorpyrifos                              22/07/08   ND       mg/L       NO
    Cyanazine                                 22/07/08   ND       mg/L       NO
    Diazinon                                  22/07/08   ND       mg/L       NO
    Dicamba                                   22/07/08   ND       mg/L       NO
    1,2-Dichlorobenzene                       22/07/08   ND       mg/L       NO
    1,4-Dichlorobenzene                       22/07/08   ND       mg/L       NO
    Dichlorodiphenyltrichloroethane (DDT) +   22/07/08   ND       mg/L       NO
    metabolites
    1,2-Dichloroethane                        22/07/08 ND         mg/L       NO
    1,1-Dichloroethylene                      22/07/08 ND         mg/L       NO
    (vinylidene chloride)
    Dichloromethane                           22/07/08   ND       mg/L       NO
    2-4 Dichlorophenol                        22/07/08   ND       mg/L       NO
    2,4-Dichlorophenoxy acetic acid (2,4-D)   22/07/08   ND       mg/L       NO
    Diclofop-methyl                           22/07/08   ND       mg/L       NO
    Dimethoate                                22/07/08   ND       mg/L       NO
    Dinoseb                                   22/07/08   ND       mg/L       NO
    Diquat                                    22/07/08   ND       mg/L       NO
    Diuron                                    22/07/08   ND       mg/L       NO
    Glyphosate                                22/07/08   ND       mg/L       NO
    Heptachlor + Heptachlor Epoxide           22/07/08   ND       mg/L       NO
    Lindane (Total)                           22/07/08   ND       mg/L       NO
    Malathion                                 22/07/08   ND       mg/L       NO
    Methoxychlor                              22/07/08   ND       mg/L       NO
    Metolachlor                               22/07/08   ND       mg/L       NO
    Metribuzin                                22/07/08   ND       mg/L       NO
    Monochlorobenzene                         22/07/08   ND       mg/L       NO
    Paraquat                                  22/07/08   ND       mg/L       NO
    Parathion                                 22/07/08   ND       mg/L       NO
    Pentachlorophenol                         22/07/08   ND       mg/L       NO



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    Phorate                                         22/07/08      ND        mg/L           NO
    Picloram                                        22/07/08      ND        mg/L           NO
    Polychlorinated Biphenyls(PCB)                  22/07/08      ND        mg/L           NO
    Prometryne                                      22/07/08      ND        mg/L           NO
    Simazine                                        22/07/08      ND        mg/L           NO
    Temephos                                        22/07/08      ND        mg/L           NO
    Terbufos                                        22/07/08      ND        mg/L           NO
    Tetrachloroethylene                             22/07/08      ND        mg/L           NO
    2,3,4,6-Tetrachlorophenol                       22/07/08      ND        mg/L           NO
    Triallate                                       22/07/08      ND        mg/L           NO
    Trichloroethylene                               22/07/08      ND        mg/L           NO
    2,4,6-Trichlorophenol                           22/07/08      ND        mg/L           NO
    2,4,5-Trichlorophenoxy acetic acid (2,4,5-T)    22/07/08      ND        mg/L           NO
    Trifluralin                                     22/07/08      ND        mg/L           NO
    Vinyl Chloride                                  22/07/08      ND        mg/L           NO




   Summary of Inorganic parameters tested during this reporting period or the most
   recent sample results
                                  Dunn Rd. Well

    Parameter            Sample Date               Result Value    Unit of Measure   Exceedance
    Antimony             22/07/08                  ND              mg/L              NO
    Arsenic              22/07/08                  ND              mg/L              NO
    Barium               22/07/08                  0.16            mg/L              NO
    Boron                22/07/08                  0.08            mg/L              NO
    Cadmium              22/07/08                  ND              mg/L              NO
    Chromium             22/07/08                  ND              mg/L              NO
    Mercury              22/07/08                  ND              mg/L              NO
    Selenium             22/07/08                  ND              mg/L              NO
    Sodium               22/07/08                  18              mg/L              NO
    Uranium              22/07/08                  ND              mg/L              NO
    Fluoride             26/11/08                  1.9             mg/L              YES
    Nitrite              26/11/08                  ND              mg/L              NO
    Nitrate              26/11/08                  ND              mg/L              NO



   Summary of Organic parameters sampled during this reporting period or the most
   recent sample results
                                  Dunn Rd. Well




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    Parameter                                 Sample     Result   Unit of     Exceedance
                                              Date       Value    Measure
    Alachlor                                  22/07/08   ND       mg/L        NO
    Aldicarb                                  22/07/08   ND       mg/L        NO
    Aldrin + Dieldrin                         22/07/08   ND       mg/L        NO
    Atrazine + N-dealkylated metobolites      22/07/08   ND       mg/L        NO
    Azinphos-methyl                           22/07/08   ND       mg/L        NO
    Bendiocarb                                22/07/08   ND       mg/L        NO
    Benzene                                   22/07/08   ND       mg/L        NO
    Benzo(a)pyrene                            22/07/08   ND       mg/L        NO
    Bromoxynil                                22/07/08   ND       mg/L        NO
    Carbaryl                                  22/07/08   ND       mg/L        NO
    Carbofuran                                22/07/08   ND       mg/L        NO
    Carbon Tetrachloride                      22/07/08   ND       mg/L        NO
    Chlordane (Total)                         22/07/08   ND       mg/L        NO
    Chlorpyrifos                              22/07/08   ND       mg/L        NO
    Cyanazine                                 22/07/08   ND       mg/L        NO
    Diazinon                                  22/07/08   ND       mg/L        NO
    Dicamba                                   22/07/08   ND       mg/L        NO
    1,2-Dichlorobenzene                       22/07/08   ND       mg/L        NO
    1,4-Dichlorobenzene                       22/07/08   ND       mg/L        NO
    Dichlorodiphenyltrichloroethane (DDT) +   22/07/08   ND       mg/L        NO
    metabolites
    1,2-Dichloroethane                        22/07/08 ND         mg/L        NO
    1,1-Dichloroethylene                      22/07/08 ND         mg/L        NO
    (vinylidene chloride)
    Dichloromethane                           22/07/08   ND       mg/L        NO
    2-4 Dichlorophenol                        22/07/08   ND       mg/L        NO
    2,4-Dichlorophenoxy acetic acid (2,4-D)   22/07/08   ND       mg/L        NO
    Diclofop-methyl                           22/07/08   ND       mg/L        NO
    Dimethoate                                22/07/08   ND       mg/L        NO
    Dinoseb                                   22/07/08   ND       mg/L        NO
    Diquat                                    22/07/08   ND       mg/L        NO
    Diuron                                    22/07/08   ND       mg/L        NO
    Glyphosate                                22/07/08   ND       mg/L        NO
    Heptachlor + Heptachlor Epoxide           22/07/08   ND       mg/L        NO
    Lindane (Total)                           22/07/08   ND       mg/L        NO
    Malathion                                 22/07/08   ND       mg/L        NO
    Methoxychlor                              22/07/08   ND       mg/L        NO
    Metolachlor                               22/07/08   ND       mg/L        NO
    Metribuzin                                22/07/08   ND       mg/L        NO
    Monochlorobenzene                         22/07/08   ND       mg/L        NO
    Paraquat                                  22/07/08   ND       mg/L        NO
    Parathion                                 22/07/08   ND       mg/L        NO
    Pentachlorophenol                         22/07/08   ND       mg/L        NO



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    Phorate                                         22/07/08      ND        mg/L           NO
    Picloram                                        22/07/08      ND        mg/L           NO
    Polychlorinated Biphenyls(PCB)                  22/07/08      ND        mg/L           NO
    Prometryne                                      22/07/08      ND        mg/L           NO
    Simazine                                        22/07/08      ND        mg/L           NO
    Temephos                                        22/07/08      ND        mg/L           NO
    Terbufos                                        22/07/08      ND        mg/L           NO
    Tetrachloroethylene                             22/07/08      ND        mg/L           NO
    2,3,4,6-Tetrachlorophenol                       22/07/08      ND        mg/L           NO
    Triallate                                       22/07/08      ND        mg/L           NO
    Trichloroethylene                               22/07/08      ND        mg/L           NO
    2,4,6-Trichlorophenol                           22/07/08      ND        mg/L           NO
    2,4,5-Trichlorophenoxy acetic acid (2,4,5-T)    22/07/08      ND        mg/L           NO
    Trifluralin                                     22/07/08      ND        mg/L           NO
    Vinyl Chloride                                  22/07/08      ND        mg/L           NO



   Summary of Inorganic parameters tested during this reporting period or the most
   recent sample results
                                    Lorne Ave.

    Parameter            Sample Date               Result Value    Unit of Measure   Exceedance
    Antimony             22/07/08                  ND              mg/L              NO
    Arsenic              22/07/08                  ND              mg/L              NO
    Barium               22/07/08                  0.21            mg/L              NO
    Boron                22/07/08                  0.07            mg/L              NO
    Cadmium              22/07/08                  ND              mg/L              NO
    Chromium             22/07/08                  ND              mg/L              NO
    Mercury              22/07/08                  ND              mg/L              NO
    Selenium             22/07/08                  ND              mg/L              NO
    Sodium               22/07/08                  23              mg/L              YES
    Uranium              22/07/08                  0.0002          mg/L              NO
    Fluoride             26/11/08                  2.1             mg/L              YES
    Nitrite              26/11/08                  ND              mg/L              NO
    Nitrate              26/11/08                  ND              mg/L              NO


   Summary of Organic parameters sampled during this reporting period or the most
   recent sample results
                                    Lorne Ave.

    Parameter                                       Sample        Result    Unit of        Exceedance
                                                    Date          Value     Measure




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    Alachlor                                  22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    Aldicarb                                  22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    Aldrin + Dieldrin                         22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    Atrazine + N-dealkylated metobolites      22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    Azinphos-methyl                           22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    Bendiocarb                                22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    Benzene                                   22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    Benzo(a)pyrene                            22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    Bromoxynil                                22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    Carbaryl                                  22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    Carbofuran                                22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    Carbon Tetrachloride                      22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    Chlordane (Total)                         22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    Chlorpyrifos                              22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    Cyanazine                                 22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    Diazinon                                  22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    Dicamba                                   22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    1,2-Dichlorobenzene                       22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    1,4-Dichlorobenzene                       22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    Dichlorodiphenyltrichloroethane (DDT) +   22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    metabolites
    1,2-Dichloroethane                        22/07/08 ND     mg/L     NO
    1,1-Dichloroethylene                      22/07/08 ND     mg/L     NO
    (vinylidene chloride)
    Dichloromethane                           22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    2-4 Dichlorophenol                        22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    2,4-Dichlorophenoxy acetic acid (2,4-D)   22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    Diclofop-methyl                           22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    Dimethoate                                22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    Dinoseb                                   22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    Diquat                                    22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    Diuron                                    22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    Glyphosate                                22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    Heptachlor + Heptachlor Epoxide           22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    Lindane (Total)                           22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    Malathion                                 22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    Methoxychlor                              22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    Metolachlor                               22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    Metribuzin                                22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    Monochlorobenzene                         22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    Paraquat                                  22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    Parathion                                 22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    Pentachlorophenol                         22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    Phorate                                   22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    Picloram                                  22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO


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    Polychlorinated Biphenyls(PCB)                  22/07/08      ND        mg/L           NO
    Prometryne                                      22/07/08      ND        mg/L           NO
    Simazine                                        22/07/08      ND        mg/L           NO
    Temephos                                        22/07/08      ND        mg/L           NO
    Terbufos                                        22/07/08      ND        mg/L           NO
    Tetrachloroethylene                             22/07/08      ND        mg/L           NO
    2,3,4,6-Tetrachlorophenol                       22/07/08      ND        mg/L           NO
    Triallate                                       22/07/08      ND        mg/L           NO
    Trichloroethylene                               22/07/08      ND        mg/L           NO
    2,4,6-Trichlorophenol                           22/07/08      ND        mg/L           NO
    2,4,5-Trichlorophenoxy acetic acid (2,4,5-T)    22/07/08      ND        mg/L           NO
    Trifluralin                                     22/07/08      ND        mg/L           NO
    Vinyl Chloride                                  22/07/08      ND        mg/L           NO



   Summary of Inorganic parameters tested during this reporting period or the most
   recent sample results
                                  Mornington St.

    Parameter            Sample Date               Result Value    Unit of Measure   Exceedance
    Antimony             22/07/08                  ND              mg/L              NO
    Arsenic              22/07/08                  ND              mg/L              NO
    Barium               22/07/08                  0.10            mg/L              NO
    Boron                22/07/08                  0.10            mg/L              NO
    Cadmium              22/07/08                  ND              mg/L              NO
    Chromium             22/07/08                  ND              mg/L              NO
    Mercury              22/07/08                  ND              mg/L              NO
    Selenium             22/07/08                  ND              mg/L              NO
    Sodium               22/07/08                  25              mg/L              YES
    Uranium              22/07/08                  ND              mg/L              NO
    Fluoride             26/11/08                  1.9             mg/L              YES
    Nitrite              26/11/08                  ND              mg/L              NO
    Nitrate              26/11/08                  ND              mg/L              NO



   Summary of Organic parameters sampled during this reporting period or the most
   recent sample results
                                   Mornington St.

    Parameter                                       Sample        Result    Unit of        Exceedance
                                                    Date          Value     Measure
    Alachlor                                        22/07/08 ND             mg/L           NO



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    Aldicarb                                  22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    Aldrin + Dieldrin                         22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    Atrazine + N-dealkylated metobolites      22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    Azinphos-methyl                           22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    Bendiocarb                                22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    Benzene                                   22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    Benzo(a)pyrene                            22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    Bromoxynil                                22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    Carbaryl                                  22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    Carbofuran                                22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    Carbon Tetrachloride                      22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    Chlordane (Total)                         22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    Chlorpyrifos                              22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    Cyanazine                                 22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    Diazinon                                  22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    Dicamba                                   22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    1,2-Dichlorobenzene                       22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    1,4-Dichlorobenzene                       22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    Dichlorodiphenyltrichloroethane (DDT) +   22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    metabolites
    1,2-Dichloroethane                        22/07/08 ND     mg/L     NO
    1,1-Dichloroethylene                      22/07/08 ND     mg/L     NO
    (vinylidene chloride)
    Dichloromethane                           22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    2-4 Dichlorophenol                        22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    2,4-Dichlorophenoxy acetic acid (2,4-D)   22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    Diclofop-methyl                           22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    Dimethoate                                22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    Dinoseb                                   22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    Diquat                                    22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    Diuron                                    22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    Glyphosate                                22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    Heptachlor + Heptachlor Epoxide           22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    Lindane (Total)                           22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    Malathion                                 22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    Methoxychlor                              22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    Metolachlor                               22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    Metribuzin                                22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    Monochlorobenzene                         22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    Paraquat                                  22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    Parathion                                 22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    Pentachlorophenol                         22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    Phorate                                   22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    Picloram                                  22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    Polychlorinated Biphenyls(PCB)            22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO


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    Prometryne                                      22/07/08      ND        mg/L           NO
    Simazine                                        22/07/08      ND        mg/L           NO
    Temephos                                        22/07/08      ND        mg/L           NO
    Terbufos                                        22/07/08      ND        mg/L           NO
    Tetrachloroethylene                             22/07/08      ND        mg/L           NO
    2,3,4,6-Tetrachlorophenol                       22/07/08      ND        mg/L           NO
    Triallate                                       22/07/08      ND        mg/L           NO
    Trichloroethylene                               22/07/08      ND        mg/L           NO
    2,4,6-Trichlorophenol                           22/07/08      ND        mg/L           NO
    2,4,5-Trichlorophenoxy acetic acid (2,4,5-T)    22/07/08      ND        mg/L           NO
    Trifluralin                                     22/07/08      ND        mg/L           NO
    Vinyl Chloride                                  22/07/08      ND        mg/L           NO


Summary of Inorganic parameters tested during this reporting period or the most recent
sample results
                                    O’Loane Ave

                         Sample Date               Result Value    Unit of Measure   Exceedance
    Parameter
    Antimony             22/07/08                  ND              mg/L              NO
    Arsenic              22/07/08                  ND              mg/L              NO
    Barium               22/07/08                  0.27            mg/L              NO
    Boron                22/07/08                  0.05            mg/L              NO
    Cadmium              22/07/08                  ND              mg/L              NO
    Chromium             22/07/08                  ND              mg/L              NO
    Mercury              22/07/08                  ND              mg/L              NO
    Selenium             22/07/08                  ND              mg/L              NO
    Sodium               22/07/08                  18              mg/L              NO
    Uranium              22/07/08                  ND              mg/L              NO
    Fluoride             26/11/08                  1.9             mg/L              YES
    Nitrite              26/11/08                  ND              mg/L              NO
    Nitrate              26/11/08                  ND              mg/L              NO



   Summary of Organic parameters sampled during this reporting period or the most
   recent sample results
                                   O’Loane Ave

    Parameter                                       Sample        Result    Unit of        Exceedance
                                                    Date          Value     Measure
    Alachlor                                        22/07/08 ND             mg/L           NO
    Aldicarb                                        22/07/08 ND             mg/L           NO
    Aldrin + Dieldrin                               22/07/08 ND             mg/L           NO


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    Atrazine + N-dealkylated metobolites      22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    Azinphos-methyl                           22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    Bendiocarb                                22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    Benzene                                   22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    Benzo(a)pyrene                            22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    Bromoxynil                                22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    Carbaryl                                  22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    Carbofuran                                22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    Carbon Tetrachloride                      22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    Chlordane (Total)                         22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    Chlorpyrifos                              22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    Cyanazine                                 22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    Diazinon                                  22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    Dicamba                                   22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    1,2-Dichlorobenzene                       22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    1,4-Dichlorobenzene                       22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    Dichlorodiphenyltrichloroethane (DDT) +   22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    metabolites
    1,2-Dichloroethane                        22/07/08 ND     mg/L     NO
    1,1-Dichloroethylene                      22/07/08 ND     mg/L     NO
    (vinylidene chloride)
    Dichloromethane                           22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    2-4 Dichlorophenol                        22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    2,4-Dichlorophenoxy acetic acid (2,4-D)   22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    Diclofop-methyl                           22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    Dimethoate                                22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    Dinoseb                                   22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    Diquat                                    22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    Diuron                                    22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    Glyphosate                                22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    Heptachlor + Heptachlor Epoxide           22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    Lindane (Total)                           22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    Malathion                                 22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    Methoxychlor                              22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    Metolachlor                               22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    Metribuzin                                22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    Monochlorobenzene                         22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    Paraquat                                  22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    Parathion                                 22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    Pentachlorophenol                         22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    Phorate                                   22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    Picloram                                  22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    Polychlorinated Biphenyls(PCB)            22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    Prometryne                                22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO
    Simazine                                  22/07/08   ND   mg/L     NO


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     Temephos                                        22/07/08      ND        mg/L          NO
     Terbufos                                        22/07/08      ND        mg/L          NO
     Tetrachloroethylene                             22/07/08      ND        mg/L          NO
     2,3,4,6-Tetrachlorophenol                       22/07/08      ND        mg/L          NO
     Triallate                                       22/07/08      ND        mg/L          NO
     Trichloroethylene                               22/07/08      ND        mg/L          NO
     2,4,6-Trichlorophenol                           22/07/08      ND        mg/L          NO
     2,4,5-Trichlorophenoxy acetic acid (2,4,5-T)    22/07/08      ND        mg/L          NO
     Trifluralin                                     22/07/08      ND        mg/L          NO
     Vinyl Chloride                                  22/07/08      ND        mg/L          NO

.



    Summary of Inorganic parameters tested during this reporting period or the most
    recent sample results


                                  Dufferin Tower and Forman Towers



     Parameter            Sample Date               Result Value    Unit of Measure   Exceedance
     Lead (Forman)        26/11/08                  ND              mg/L              No
     Lead (Dufferin)      26/11/08                  ND              mg/L              No



     Parameter            Sample Date               Result Value    Unit of Measure   Exceedance
     THM (Forman)         26/11/08                  0.0248          mg/L              NO
     (NOTE: show latest
     annual average)
     THM (Dufferin)       26/11/08                  0.0272          mg/L              NO
     (NOTE: show latest
     annual average)




    Summary of lead testing under Schedule 15.1 during this reporting period




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   (applicable to the following drinking water systems; large municipal residential systems, small
    municipal residential systems and non-municipal year-round residential systems)




                                                        Range of Lead
                                   Number of                                   Number of
        Location Type                                      Results
                                    Samples                                   Exceedances
                                                       (min#) – (max #)
    Plumbing                            132           ND - 0.025mg/L                12
    Distribution                         33           ND - 0.0016mg/L                0




   List any Inorganic or Organic parameter(s) that exceeded half the standard prescribed
   in Schedule 2 of Ontario Drinking Water Quality Standards.


                                                 Sodium

                                        Romeo St. – Pumphouse

    Parameter            Result Value             Unit of Measure     Date of Sample
    Sodium               20                       mg/L                11/26/08

                                           Chestnut St.

    Parameter            Result Value             Unit of Measure     Date of Sample
    Sodium               26                       mg/L                22/07/08

                                              Dunn Rd.

    Parameter            Result Value             Unit of Measure     Date of Sample
    Sodium               18                       mg/L                22/07/08

                                              Lorne Ave.

    Parameter            Result Value             Unit of Measure     Date of Sample
    Sodium               23                       mg/L                22/07/08

                                          Mornington St.

    Parameter            Result Value             Unit of Measure     Date of Sample



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    Sodium              25                     mg/L                22/07/08

                                         O’Loane Ave.

    Parameter           Result Value           Unit of Measure     Date of Sample
    Sodium              18                     mg/L                22/07/08


NOTE: Sodium levels are reportable to local physicians through Ministry of Environment S.A.C.
Sodium aesthetic objective level is 200mg/L. Perth District Health Unit advises local Medical
Physicians of naturally occurring sodium in Stratford’s drinking water and they advise patients
on sodium restrictive diets.




                                             Fluoride

                                       Romeo St. – Pumphouse

    Parameter           Result Value           Unit of Measure     Date of Sample
    Fluoride            1.5                    mg/L                11/26/08

                                          Chestnut St.

    Parameter           Result Value           Unit of Measure     Date of Sample
    Fluoride            2.0                    mg/L                11/26/08



                                           Dunn Rd.

    Parameter           Result Value           Unit of Measure     Date of Sample
    Fluoride            1.9                    mg/L                11/26/08

                                           Lorne Ave.

    Parameter           Result Value           Unit of Measure     Date of Sample
    Fluoride            2.1                    mg/L                11/26/08

                                         Mornington St.

    Parameter           Result Value           Unit of Measure     Date of Sample
    Fluoride            2.1                    mg/L                11/26/08

                                         O’Loane Ave.


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    Parameter           Result Value           Unit of Measure     Date of Sample
    Fluoride            1.9                    mg/L                11/26/08

NOTE: Fluoride is naturally occurring in Stratford’s water supply source. Fluoride is common
in many consumable products and can pose a risk of fluorosis in young children. For more
information visit the Perth District Health Unit website at www.pdhu.on.ca and search “fluoride
and drinking water”.

(Only if DWS category is large municipal residential, small municipal residential, large
municipal non residential, non municipal year round residential, large non municipal non
residential)




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   SECTION 3
SUMMARY REPORT


     2008
Section 3 – Summary Report 2008


Regulation Requirements:
The summary report requires that a description of the regulation requirements is provided
for the owner. The Drinking Water Act and the Water Resources Act are the most
applicable Acts in operating of the drinking water system. The Drinking Water Act
ensures requirements are followed with the use of regulations 170 (Ontario Dinking-
Water System Regulation), 169 (Ontario Dinking-Water Standards), 128 (Certification of
Systems and Operators), and the City of Stratford’s Consolidated Certificate of Approval
for Drinking Water Systems. The Water Resources Act regulates by use of the Permit to
Take Water, regulations 285 (Water Taking and Transfer), and 903 (Wells). Copies of
the legislation can be made available on request.


Incidences
The Bacteriological Sampling
On August 13, 2008 an adverse result indicated 1 coliform result (HPC<10 - CFU/1mL)
on the treated water at Mornington Well location. The Well was taken out of service.
Two consecutive samples at the location were 24 hours apart plus 2 samples upstream
and downstream of Well. Re-samples indicate a possible false positive. All re-samples
came back negative for Bacteriological parameters. The chlorine free residual range was
between 0.58mg/L – 0.93mg/L (all samples including adverse).
In this situation the adverse result was reported to the Health Unit and Ministry of
Environment, with written confirmation following, and it was sampled again
immediately. Samples were collected up stream and down stream from the adverse result
as required by O. Reg. 170/03. Total coliforms, 18-6.
The chemical sampling
Sodium samples taken at Romeo St. Pumping Station results indicated a concentration of
20 mg/L. The site was re-sampled and results came back from the lab at 20 mg/L. Perth
District Health Unit advises local Medical Physicians of naturally occurring sodium in
Stratford’s drinking water and they advise patients on sodium restrictive diets. Naturally
occurring sodium is from Stratford’s aquifer.
In all situations the adverse result was reported to the Health Unit and Ministry of
Environment, with written confirmation following, and it was sampled again immediately
as required by O. Reg. 170/03. Sodium, 18-13.

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Section 3 – Summary Report 2008


Observations- MOE Inspection Report


The 2007/2008 MOE inspection report indicated 5 exceedances in accordance with that
allowed under the current PTTW (permit to take water). All occurred at O’Loane Ave
well (3406 L/min).They were of short duration (< 5 minutes and ≤ 45 L/min) and related to
well pump start up. The problem was corrected by reducing the flow through a Clayton
valve. There have been no exceedances at this site since this adjustment.


The report noted that Operators are aware that contact cambers and reservoirs installed at
the pumphouses are required to achieve CT (contact time) for adequate primary
disinfection, however they were not aware of the minimum CT values for each of the
pumphouses to ensure adequate primary disinfection occurs given actual flows, pH,
temperature, and pipe size. An additional section has since been added to Well Operating
Procedures in the Standard Operating Procedures Manuals detailing exact formulas and
dimensions to complete the calculations.




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SECTION 4
COMMENTS
Section 4 - Comments


In regards to the 2007 - 2008 Ministry of the Environment Inspection Report of
Stratford’s DWS, we are pleased to announce a final inspection rating of 100%.


In December 2008, the drilling of a monitoring well in the south end of the city was
completed (as required by our current Permit to Take Water and the M.O.E). Monitoring
has commenced with the installation of transducer (electron data retrieval) and weekly
checks.


The 2008 year saw the implementation of the Drinking Water Quality Management
Standard. By the end of April, 2009 the QMS (Quality Management System) should be
finalized and ready for third party audit by CGSB (Canadian General Standards Board)
and anticipation of the First Drinking Water Works Permit and Municipal Drinking
Water Licence.


The new Lead Sampling Program started in December 2007, and will continue until the
City can prove <10% of private plumbing samples do not contain lead values >0.01mg/L
for 4 consecutive rounds of sampling. In 2008 distribution samples result value maximum
was 0.0016 mg/L and private plumbing result value maximum was 0.025 mg/L.
NOTE: The maximum acceptable concentration for lead in drinking water is 0.01 mg/L. This
applies to water at the point of consumption since lead is only present as a result of corrosion
of lead solder, lead containing brass fittings or lead pipes which are found close to or in
domestic plumbing and the service connection to buildings. Lead ingestion should be avoided
particularly by pregnant women and young children, who are most susceptible.


The 2008 Annual Report identifies fluoride levels ranging from 1.5 mg/l to 2.1 mg/L.
Where supplies contain naturally occurring fluoride at levels higher than 1.5 mg/L but less
than 2.4 mg/L the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care recommends an approach through
local boards of health to raise public and professional awareness to control excessive
exposure to fluoride from other sources. Levels above the MAC must be reported to the local
Medical Officer of Health. If a drinking water system does not provide fluoridation, the
owner of the system and the operating authority for the system shall ensure that a water
sample is taken at least once every 60 months and tested for fluoride. Stratford’s
proactive approach consists of annual testing.
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The 2008 Annual Report identifies one adverse for coliform in the treated water at the
Mornington St. Well. On August 15, 2008 SGS laboratories contacted the Water Division
advising testing revealed 1 coliform (HPC<10 - CFU/1mL) on the treated sample Health
of Health and Ministry of Environment were notified. The Well was taken out of service.
Re-sampled at the location, plus 2 samples upstream and downstream of Well 24 hours
apart. All re-samples came back negative for coliform. All re-samples indicating a
possible false positive.


The 2008 Annual Report identifies reportable sodium levels. The levels in the source
water are in the range of 20.0 mg/L (20mg/L is at the reportable level). Sodium was re-
sampled and results came back from lab at 20 mg/L. Perth District Health Unit advises
local Medical Physicians and they advise patients on sodium restrictive diets. This is
naturally occurring sodium in Stratford’s drinking water drawn from the aquifer. Sodium
has an aesthetic objective level of 200 mg/L, and aesthetic objective levels are not a
health concern and not typically reported.




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            SECTION 5
MONITORING WELLS DATA REPORT
Section – 5       2008 Monitoring Wells Data Report


As a requirement by the Ministry of Environment, a summarization of the Monitoring
Wells existing in The City of Stratford shall be included as part of the Annual and
Summary Reports.
  This annual data report will show trends occurring in the aquifer at each of the five
monitoring locations. Generally the influence of the various production wells can be seen
across the city limits. Since the bedrock aquifer which Stratford draws its drinking water
from is confined, with greater than 35m of clay till overlying it, the cone of influence
from surrounding wells extends to greater reaches then if the aquifer were near surface or
overlain with permeable material.
Stratford aquifer typically shows spring and fall recharge with slight depression during
summer months.
  Over the course of 2008, the Britannia St. Monitoring well showed a variance of
2.78m, Romeo Street North varied 3.62m, Cooper Monitoring well varied 2.84 m, and
Lorne Ave monitoring well which has only been monitored since December 12th showed
a variance of 1.9m.
 The variance in water levels, or displacement, is the most evident at the Romeo Street
MOE monitoring well, varying over 2008, 6.75 m. This is understandable considering the
close proximity of the well to the other production wells (within 200m) located at the
Romeo Street Control Centre.
 Now that we have established a benchmark, collection of data in years to follow will
produce a more representative report of the aquifer levels.


* Note: The spikes at the MOE monitoring well are due to the removal of the probe
for maitenance and sampling purposes.




                                                                                             1
                                         meters
                                                                                                 Section – 5




                 -25
                             -20
                                   -15
                                                  -10
                                                        -5
                                                             0
    01/01/2008

    15/01/2008

    29/01/2008

    12/02/2008

    26/02/2008

    11/03/2008

    25/03/2008

    08/04/2008

    22/04/2008

    06/05/2008
                                                                                                 2008 Monitoring Wells Data Report




    20/05/2008

    03/06/2008

    17/06/2008
                                                                              2008




    01/07/2008

    15/07/2008

    29/07/2008

    12/08/2008
                                                                 Brittania St. Monitoring Well




    26/08/2008

    09/09/2008

    23/09/2008

    07/10/2008

    21/10/2008

    04/11/2008

    18/11/2008

    02/12/2008

    16/12/2008

    30/12/2008
                 Brittania




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                                                                                 Section – 5




                 -25
                       -20
                             -15
                                            -10
                                                  -5
                                                       0
    01/01/2008

    15/01/2008

    29/01/2008

    12/02/2008

    26/02/2008

    11/03/2008

    25/03/2008

    08/04/2008

    22/04/2008

    06/05/2008
                                                                                 2008 Monitoring Wells Data Report




    20/05/2008

    03/06/2008

    17/06/2008
                                                                 2008




    01/07/2008

    15/07/2008
                                                           MOE Monitoring Well




    29/07/2008

    12/08/2008

    26/08/2008

    09/09/2008

    23/09/2008

    07/10/2008

    21/10/2008

    04/11/2008

    18/11/2008

    02/12/2008

    16/12/2008

    30/12/2008
                 MOE




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                                           meters
                                                                                                 Section – 5




                 -25
                               -20
                                     -15
                                                    -10
                                                          -5
                                                               0
    01/01/2008

    15/01/2008

    29/01/2008

    12/02/2008

    26/02/2008

    11/03/2008

    25/03/2008

    08/04/2008

    22/04/2008

    06/05/2008

    20/05/2008
                                                                                                 2008 Monitoring Wells Data Report




    03/06/2008

    17/06/2008

    01/07/2008
                                                                              2008




    15/07/2008

    29/07/2008

    12/08/2008

    26/08/2008
                                                                   Romeo North Monitoring Well




    09/09/2008

    23/09/2008

    07/10/2008

    21/10/2008

    04/11/2008

    18/11/2008

    02/12/2008

    16/12/2008

    30/12/2008
                 Romeo North




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                                                                                                          Section – 5




                 -25.00
                          -20.00
                                   -15.00
                                                     -10.00
                                                              -5.00
                                                                      0.00
    01/01/2008
    01/11/2008
    21/01/2008
    02/01/2008
    02/11/2008
    21/02/2008
    03/03/2008
    13/03/2008
    23/03/2008
    04/03/2008
    13/04/2008
    23/04/2008
    05/03/2008
                                                                                                          2008 Monitoring Wells Data Report




    13/05/2008
    24/05/2008
    06/03/2008
    13/06/2008
    24/06/2008
    07/04/2008
    14/07/2008
    25/07/2008
                                                                             Cooper St. Monitoring Well




    08/04/2008
    14/08/2008
    25/08/2008
    09/04/2008
    14/09/2008
    25/09/2008
    10/05/2008
    15/10/2008
    26/10/2008
    11/05/2008
    15/11/2008
    26/11/2008
    06/12/2008
    16/12/2008
    27/12/2008
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                                                              Lorne Ave Monitoring Well




    26 /20
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               APPENDIX A

           MOE WATER INSPECTION
REPORT & INSPECTION SUMMARY RATING RECORD

                  2008
      Ministry of the Environment




      STRATFORD WELL SUPPLY
Drinking Water System Inspection Report




  DWS Number:           220000530
  Inspection Number:    1-6ODLZ
  Date of Inspection:   Oct 01, 2008
  Inspected By:         Roland Plante
                                                                                        Ministry of the Environment
                                                                           Drinking Water System Inspection Report


OWNER INFORMATION:
       Company Name:               STRATFORD, THE CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF
       Street Number:              82                  Unit Identifier:
       Street Name:                ERIE St
       City:                       STRATFORD
       Province:                   ON                              Postal Code:       N5A 2M4

    CONTACT INFORMATION
       Type:              Main Contact                       Name:                Joe Salter
       Phone:             (519) 271-0250 x315                Fax:                 (519) 271-1427
       Email:             jsalter@city.stratford.on.ca
       Title:             Manager of Water Treatment & Distribution


INSPECTION DETAILS:
       DWS Name:                                  STRATFORD WELL SUPPLY
       DWS Address:                               82 Erie Street
       County/District:                           Stratford
       District/Area Office:                      Moe London District
       DWS Category:                              Large Municipal Residential
       DWS Number:                                220000530
       Inspection Type:                           Announced
       Inspection Number:                         1-6ODLZ
       Date of Inspection:                        Oct 01, 2008
       Date of Previous Inspection:               Sep 25, 2007



    DRINKING WATER SYSTEM COMPONENTS DESCRIPTION

       Site (Name): WELL 1 ROMEO STREET
       Type:              Source                               Sub Type:         Ground
       Comments:
       Romeo Street Well #1 is located within a 4.6 metre deep concrete well pit to the west of the Romeo
       Street Treatment Plant and the Romeo Street right-of-way. The diameter of the well pit was
       approximately 1.8 metres and it extended approximately 48 centimetres above the ground surface.
       The well pit is fitted with a lockable hatch that extends an additional 13 centimetres above the top of
       the concrete well pit. The Operating Authority advised that any water that infiltrates into the well pit is
       drawn away from the pit by a common sump pump located in the vicinity of Romeo Street Wells #1,
       #2, #3 and #4 and is directed to a low lying area to the north. A visual assessment of the well
       identified a flow meter, a gate valve, and a raw water sampling tap within the well pit. The Operating
       Authority advised that the well has been fitted with an in-line vertical check valve beneath the ground
       surface.




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       An original well record for Romeo Street Well #1 could not be identified and as such identification of
       the drilling company and the type of sealing material used to plug the annular seal outside of the
       casing is unknown. However, information presented within the Engineer’s Report indicates that the
       well was drilled in 1915 to a depth of 122.0 metres and has a diameter of 200 millimetres. This
       information contradicts slightly with that presented within the Golder Groundwater Study which
       indicated that the well was originally drilled in 1905. The well is equipped with a submersible pump
       rated at 1136 litres per minute at 44.8 metres TDH.


       Raw water drawn from this well is blended with raw water from Romeo Street Wells #1, #2, #3 and #4,
       and eventually Romeo Street Wells #6 and #7 before being conveyed into the Romeo Street
       Treatment Plant for disinfection and sequestering. According to the Lotowater – Romeo Street Report,
       a caliper study was completed which indicated that the 200 millimetre steel casing extended to a
       depth of 35.1 m.


       In 2005, a new well liner was installed within the original well casing of Romeo Well #1. According to
       information provided by the Operating Authority, this liner was sealed with bentonite grout and
       extended to a final depth of 44.5 metres below grade. It is further understood to be 150 millimetres in
       diameter and constructed on stainless steel which is referenced on Certificate of Approval # 6036-
       6PMRXC dated June 16, 2006.


       In 2006, the Operating Authority constructed a new, raised, lockable sampling point above the well.


       Site (Name): WELL 2 ROMEO STREET
       Type:              Source                               Sub Type:         Ground
       Comments:
       Romeo Street Well #2 is located within a 4.77 metre deep concrete well pit to the west of the Romeo
       Street Treatment Plant and the Romeo Street right-of-way. The diameter of the well pit was
       approximately 1.8 metres and it extended approximately 25 centimetres above the ground surface.
       The well pit is fitted with a lockable hatch that extended an additional 13 centimetres above the top of
       the concrete well pit. The Operating Authority advised that any water that infiltrates into the well pit is
       drawn away from the pit by a common sump pump located in the vicinity of Romeo Street Wells #1,
       #2, #3 and #4 and is directed to a low lying area to the north. A visual assessment of the well
       identified a flow meter, a gate valve, and a raw water sampling tap within the well pit. The Operating
       Authority advised that the well has been fitted with an in-line vertical check valve beneath the ground
       surface.


       An original well record for Romeo Street Well #2 could not be identified, and as such identification of
       the drilling company and the type of sealing material used to plug the annular seal outside of the
       casing is unknown. However, information presented within the Engineer’s Report indicates that the
       well was drilled in 1915 to a depth of 120.4 metres and has a diameter of 200 millimetres. This
       information contradicts slightly with that presented within the Golder Groundwater Study which
       indicated that the well was originally drilled in 1905. The well is equipped with a submersible pump
       rated at 1136 litres per minute at 44.8 metres TDH.


       Raw water drawn from this well is blended with raw water from Romeo Street Wells #1, #2, #3 and #4,
       and eventually Romeo Street Wells #6 and #7 before being conveyed into the Romeo Street
       Treatment Plant for disinfection and sequestering. According to the Lotowater – Romeo Street Report,
       a caliper study was completed which indicated that the 200 millimetre steel casing extended to a
       depth of 35.5 m.



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       In 2005, a new well liner was installed within the original well casing of Romeo Well #2. According to
       information provided by the Operating Authority, this liner was sealed with bentonite grout and
       extended to a final depth of 44.5 metres below grade. It is further understood to be 150 millimetres in
       diameter and constructed on stainless steel which is referenced on Certificate of Approval # 6036-
       6PMRXC dated June 16, 2006.


       In 2006, the Operating Authority constructed a new, raised, lockable sampling point above the well.


       Site (Name): WELL 3 ROMEO STREET
       Type:             Source                               Sub Type:          Ground
       Comments:
       Romeo Street Well #3 is located within a 4.8 metre deep concrete well pit to the west of the Romeo
       Street Treatment Plant and the Romeo Street right-of-way. The diameter of the well pit was
       approximately 1.8 metres and it extended approximately 15 centimetres above the ground surface.
       The well pit and was fitted with a lockable hatch that extended an additional 13 centimetres above the
       top of the concrete well pit. The Operating Authority advised that any water that infiltrates into the well
       pit is drawn away from the pit by a common sump pump located in the vicinity of Romeo Street Wells
       #1, #2, #3 and #4 and is directed to a low lying area to the north. A visual assessment of the well
       identified a flow meter, a gate valve, and a raw water sampling tap within the well pit. The Operating
       Authority advised that the well has been fitted with an in-line vertical check valve beneath the ground
       surface.


       An original well record for Romeo Street Well #3 could not be identified, and as such identification of
       the drilling company and the type of sealing material used to plug the annular seal outside of the
       casing is unknown. However, information presented within the Engineer’s Report indicates that the
       well was drilled in 1915 to a depth of 107.9 metres and has a diameter of 200 millimetres. This
       information contradicts slightly with that presented within the Golder Groundwater Study which
       indicated that the well was originally drilled in 1906. The well is equipped with a submersible pump
       rated at 1136 litres per minute at 44.8 metres TDH. Furthermore, raw water drawn from this well is
       blended with raw water from Romeo Street Wells #1, #2, #3 and #4 and eventually Romeo Street
       Wells #6 and #7 before being conveyed into the Romeo Street Treatment Plant for disinfection and
       sequestering. According to the Lotowater – Romeo Street Report, a caliper study was completed
       which indicated that the 200 millimetre steel casing extended to a depth of 36.6. This report also
       indicates that a 175 millimetre diameter liner was installed within the original 200 millimetre casing to a
       depth of 37.6 metres. The Operating Authority advised that the liner was installed in June 2002.


       In 2006, the Operating Authority constructed a new, raised, lockable sampling point above the well.


       Site (Name): WELL 4 ROMEO STREET
       Type:              Source                               Sub Type:         Ground
       Comments:
       Romeo Street Well #4 is located within a 4.85 metre deep concrete well pit to the west of the Romeo
       Street Treatment Plant and the Romeo Street right-of-way. The diameter of the well pit was
       approximately 1.8 metres and it extended approximately 51 centimetres above the ground surface.
       The well pit is fitted with a lockable hatch that extended an additional 13 centimetres above the top of
       the concrete well pit. The Operating Authority advised that any water that infiltrates into the well pit is
       drawn away from the pit by a common sump pump located in the vicinity of Romeo Street Wells #1,
       #2, #3 and #4 and is directed to a low lying area to the north. A visual assessment of the well
       identified a flow meter, a gate valve, and a raw water sampling tap within the well pit. The Operating
       Authority advised that the well has been fitted with an in-line vertical check valve beneath the ground


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       surface. This well has not been in service for approximately one year due to issues with the well
       pump.


       An original well record for Romeo Street Well #4 could not be identified, and as such identification of
       the drilling company, and the type of sealing material used to plug the annular seal outside of the
       casing is unknown. However, information presented within the Engineer’s Report indicates that the
       well was drilled in 1915 to a depth of 103.0 metres, and has a diameter of 200 millimetres. This
       information contradicts slightly with that presented within the Golder Groundwater Study which
       indicated that the well was originally drilled in 1906. The Operating Authority could not confirm the
       actual date of construction of this production well. The well is equipped with a submersible pump
       rated at 1136 litres per minute at 44.8 metres TDH. Raw water drawn from this well is blended with
       raw water from Romeo Street Wells #1, #2, #3 and #4, and eventually Romeo Street Wells #6 and #7
       before being conveyed into the Romeo Street Treatment Plant for disinfection and sequestering.


       According to the Lotowater – Romeo Street Report, a caliper study was completed which indicated
       that the 200 millimetre steel casing extended to a depth of 36.9 metres. This report also indicates that
       a 175 millimetre diameter steel liner was installed within the original 200 millimetre casing to a depth
       of 37.7 metres. The Operating Authority advised that the liner was installed in May 2002.


       In 2006, the Operating Authority constructed a new, raised, lockable sampling point above the well.


       Site (Name): WELL 6 ROMEO STREET
       Type:             Source                               Sub Type:          Ground
       Comments:
       Romeo Street Well #6 is located within a small well house to the south of the Romeo Street Treatment
       Plant and to the east of the Romeo Street right-of-way. An original well record for Romeo Street Well
       #6 could not be identified, and as such identification of the drilling company and the type of sealing
       material used to plug the annular seal outside of the casing is unknown. However, information
       presented within the Engineer’s Report indicates that the well was drilled to a depth of 138.7 metres
       below grade, has a diameter of 350 millimetres and was drilled in 1952. This information contradicts
       slightly with the Golder Groundwater Study which indicated that Romeo Street Well #6 was drilled in
       1906. However, the Operating Authority advised that the well referenced in the Golder Groundwater
       Study was actually a decommissioned air well and not Romeo Street Well #6. The well is equipped
       with a submersible pump rated at 3860 litres per minute at 91.4 metres TDH.


       Water drawn from the well is pumped through a 200 millimetre line in the well house, past a raw water
       sampling tap, a pump pressure gauge, a check valve, and a flow meter, after which the water is
       conveyed underground through piping to a junction manifold to be blended with water from Romeo
       Street Well #7. The blended water from Romeo Street Well #6 and #7 is eventually mixed with raw
       water from Romeo Street Wells #1, #2, #3 and #4 and is then conveyed into the Romeo Street
       Treatment Plant for disinfection and sequestering. According to the Lotowater – Romeo Street Report,
       a caliper study was completed which indicated that the well has a 350 millimetre diameter steel
       casing. This report also indicates that a 250 millimetre diameter steel liner was installed within the
       original 350 millimetre casing to a depth of 46.5 metres and the annular space between the casing
       and the new liner was sealed with Portland cement grout. The Operating Authority advised that the
       liner was installed in June 2003.


       Site (Name):       WELL 7 ROMEO STREET
       Type:              Source                                Sub Type:    Ground



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       Comments:
       Romeo Street Well #7 is the eastern most well in the cluster of wells associated with the Romeo
       Street well field. According to Well Record #5001503 and the original Engineer’s Report, this well was
       drilled on February 20, 1968 by International Water Supply Limited to a final depth of 80.8 metres
       below grade. The well record also indicated that the casing installed within the well was 40.2 metres
       in length and the diameter of the well was 300 millimetres. There was no information presented on
       the well record relating to the type of material used to seal the annular space of the well. The Golder
       Groundwater Study indicated that Romeo Street Well #7 was drilled in 1907. However, the Operating
       Authority advised that the well referenced in the Golder Groundwater Study was actually a
       decommissioned air well and not Romeo Street Well #7.


       At the time of the inspection, the casing associated with Romeo Street Well #7 was observed to be
       104 centimetres above the ground surface and was approximately 400 millimetres in diameter. The
       well was equipped with a screen covered vent. The Operating Authority advised that the well casing
       had been extended and the well house formerly associated with Romeo Street Well #7 was relocated.
       The Operating Authority further advised that the raw water sampling point for Romeo Street Well #7
       was located in an adjacent raised and locked compartment and the flow meter and check valve for the
       well was located within an underground compartment located approximately 20 metres to the south of
       the well. Information presented on the current Certificate of Approval # 6036-6PMRXC dated June 16,
       2006 indicates that the well is equipped with a submersible pump rated at 3410 litres per minute at
       53.3 metres total dynamic head ("TDH"). Additionally, the Operating Authority advised that raw water
       from this well is conveyed westerly through a pipe towards a junction manifold where it is blended with
       raw water from Romeo Street Well #6 and eventually raw water from Romeo Street Wells #1, #2, #3
       and #4, prior to being conveyed into the Romeo Street Treatment Plant for disinfection and
       sequestering.


       According to the Lotowater – Romeo Street Report, a caliper study was completed which indicated
       that the 300 millimetre diameter steel casing extended to a depth of 41.4 metres.


       Site (Name): LORNE AVENUE WELL
       Type:          Source                                Sub Type:         Ground
       Comments:
       The Lorne Avenue Production Well is located within a small well house to the northwest of the main
       Lorne Avenue Pumphouse at the northwestern intersection of Lorne Avenue and Freeland Drive.
       According to Well Record #5002679, this well was initially drilled on August 31, 1978 by International
       Water Supply Limited to a final depth of 121.9 metres below grade. This well record further indicates
       that a 330 mm diameter steel casing was installed to a depth of 43 metres and the annular space was
       sealed with cement. At depths greater than 43 metres, the borehole was left open in limestone
       material.


       According to Well Record #5003324, it appears that this well was extended deeper into the ground on
       April 30, 1987 by International Water Supply Limited to a final depth of 137.5 metres below grade.
       The well record did not provide any geological conditions encountered while drilling from depths
       ranging from ground surface to 121.9 metres below grade, but instead indicated that the borehole to
       this depth was drilled previously.


       Information from the Engineer’s Report indicates that the well was drilled to a depth of 137.5 metres.
       It is inferred that the information presented in the Engineer’s Report represents a compilation of
       information from the two aforementioned well records. The current Certificate of Approval # 6036-
       6PMRXC indicates that the well was drilled to a depth of 137.5 metres and has a casing that is 350
       millimetres in diameter. The well is equipped with a submersible pump rated at 1370 litres per minute
       at 115.8 metres TDH.

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       Water drawn from the well is pumped through a 200 millimetre line in the well house, past a raw water
       sampling tap, a pump pressure gauge, and a gate valve, after which the water is conveyed
       underground through piping to the Lorne Avenue Pumphouse for disinfection.


       The Lorne Avenue well has not been retrofitted with a liner because well rehabilitation studies to date
       have indicated that it is not necessary.


       Site (Name): CHESTNUT STREET WELL
       Type:            Source                               Sub Type:       Ground
       Comments:
       The Chestnut Street Production Well is located on the southern side of Chestnut Street, near the
       southwestern intersection of Chestnut Street and Railway Avenue. The well is located within a small
       well house located to the south of the Treatment Plant. According to Well Record #5001355, this well
       was drilled on May 11, 1956 by International Water Supply Limited to a final depth of 150.3 metres
       below grade. The well record further indicated that a 300 millimetre diameter steel casing was
       inserted within the borehole to a depth of 44.7 m below grade. This well record did not provide
       information about the type of material used for sealing the annular space around the casing.


       Information from the Engineer’s Report and the current Certificate of Approval # 6036-6PMRXC dated
       June 16, 2006 indicated the well was drilled to a depth of 150.3 metres and is equipped with a
       submersible pump rated at 1788 litres per minute at 54.8 metres TDH.


       At the time of the inspection, the well head was mounted within a square concrete pad raised off of
       the concrete floor slab 45 centimetres. Access ports for measuring static water levels and electrical
       lines were observed on the well head and the Operating Authority confirmed that the well vent is
       located within the reservoir area of the Treatment Plant. Generally stated, raw water is drawn from
       the well and passes a gate valve and a raw water sampling tap prior to being discharged through
       underground piping to the northerly Treatment Plant.


       On October 18, 2005, a 200 mm diameter well liner was installed within the original well casing of the
       Chestnut Street Well. The well liner was sealed to a final depth of 46.9 metres. The annular space
       surrounding the liner was sealed with bentonite grout from 46.9 metres to 46.4 metres and bentonite
       cement was used to seal the remainder of the well to ground surface. The Chestnut Well was brought
       back into service on April 25, 2006.


       Site (Name): O'LOANE AVENUE WELL
       Type:             Source                                Sub Type:      Ground
       Comments:
       The O’Loane Avenue Production Well is located within the confines of the O’Loane Avenue
       Pumphouse which is located to the east of O’Loane Avenue and north of Oakdale Drive. According to
       Well Record #5003547, this well was drilled on November 10, 1988 by International Water Supply
       Limited to a final depth of 126.5 metres below grade. Information from the Engineer’s Report
       indicates that the well was drilled to a depth of 126.5 metres sometime in 1989, while the current
       Certificate of Approval # 6036-6PMRXC dated June 16, 2006 indicates that the well was drilled to a
       depth of 135.3 metres with a diameter of 350 millimeters. The well record also indicates that a steel
       casing measuring 44.8 metres in length was installed in the well, which was grouted in place. It is
       inferred that the information presented on the well record is the most reliable source of information
       pertaining to the well.



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       At the time of the inspection, the casing of the well was mounted within a raised concrete pad that was
       48 centimetres above the concrete floor surface. A static measuring access port and an electrical
       conduit line port were observed on the top of the concrete pad through a steel plate entering into the
       well head. An air release valve with a screen was also observed on the system for venting purposes.
       Information presented on the current Certificate of Approval # 6036-6PMRXC dated June 16, 2006
       indicates that the well is equipped with a submersible pump rated at 3406 litres per minute at 91.5
       TDH.


       The O’Loane Avenue well was out of service for maintenance between June 13 and August 7, 2006.
       Maintenance activities are understood to have included the installation of a new well screen, new riser
       casing, and a new well pump.


       Site (Name): MORNINGTON STREET WELL
       Type:            Source                               Sub Type:        Ground
       Comments:
       The Mornington Street Production Well is located within the confines of the Mornington Street
       Pumphouse which is located to the east of the Mornington Street right-of-way near the intersection of
       Dorland Drive. According to Well Record #5001359 and the original Engineer’s Report this well was
       drilled on November 21, 1961 by International Water Supply Limited to a final depth of 106.7 metres
       below grade. The well record also indicated that the casing installed within the well was 39.0 metres
       in length and the original diameter of the well was 300 millimetres. There was no information
       presented on the well record related to the type of material used to seal the annular space of the well.
       The Operating Authority advised that a 200 mm diameter liner sealed to a final depth of 99.4 metres
       was installed in between September and October 2004. This information is reflected on Certificate of
       Approval # 6036-6PMRXC dated June 16, 2006.


       At the time of the inspection, the casing associated with the Mornington Street Well was secured and
       bolted, and extended approximately 15 centimetres above the concrete floor slab. The well screen,
       static measuring access port, electrical conduit line port, and one additional access port were
       observed to be approximately 50 centimetres above the concrete floor slab.


       Information presented on the current Certificate of Approval # 6036-6PMRXC dated June 16, 2006
       indicates that the well is equipped with a vertical turbine pump rated at 3410 litres per minute at 46.9
       metres TDH. However, the Operating Authority advised that this pump has been changed and is now
       a submersible pump with the same rating.


       Site (Name): DUNN ROAD WELL
       Type:            Source                              Sub Type:        Ground
       Comments:
       The Dunn Road Production Well is located within the Dunn Road Pumphouse on the western side of
       Dunn Road adjacent to the eastern side of the Packham Road Sports Complex baseball diamond.
       According to Well Record #5003181, this well was drilled on June 30, 1985 by Durl Hopper Ltd. to a
       final depth of 135.3 metres below grade. The well record further indicated that a 325 millimetre steel
       casing was inserted within the borehole to a depth of 45.7 m below grade after which the borehole
       was left open within the bedrock. The annular space around the casing was sealed with cement grout
       and a bentonite clay slurry.


       Information from the Engineer’s Report indicates the well was drilled to a depth of 126.5 metres. The
       current Certificate of Approval # 6036-6PMRXC dated June 16, 2006 indicates that the well was
       drilled to a depth of 135.3 metres and is equipped with a submersible pump rated at 5000 litres per

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       minute at 103.6 metres TDH. The depth presented in the Engineer’s Report is inferred to represent a
       typographical error.


       At the time of the inspection, the well head was mounted within a circular concrete pad raised off of
       the concrete floor slab 36 centimetres. Access ports for measuring static water levels, electrical lines,
       and a screened vent were observed on the well head.


       According to the Lotowater – Dunn Road Report, a caliper study was completed which indicated that a
       350 millimetre steel casing extended to a depth of approximately 45.4 metres. This report also
       indicates that a 250 millimetre diameter steel liner was installed within the 350 millimetre casing to a
       depth of 49.4 metres, and the annular space between the casing and the new liner was sealed with
       Portland cement grout.


       Site (Name): ROMEO CONTROL CENTRE PUMPHOUSE
       Type:            Treated Water POE                      Sub Type:       Pumphouse
       Comments:
       The Romeo Street Pumphouse is located to the east of Romeo Street, and to the south of the Avon
       River. Generally stated, raw water from Romeo Street Wells #1, #2, #3, #4, #6, and #7 combine at a
       common junction header just prior to entering into the 450.2 cubic meter treatment well where sodium
       silicate is added for sequestering. The sodium silicate is stored within a 15 cubic meter dual
       chambered storage tank fitted with secondary containment in the eastern most part of the plant. A
       chlorine gas / water mixture is then added to the raw water for disinfection purposes and the water is
       directed into a 521.8 cubic meter storage reservoir. From the 521.8 cubic meter storage reservoir, the
       water is directed easterly to a large in-ground 7500 cubic meter reservoir that is equipped with baffles
       and ultrasonic sensors to register the water level in the reservoir. The water is then conveyed to a
       1261 cubic meter in-ground reservoir on way to a 289.4 cubic meter well pump reservoir within the
       Treatment Plant. The treated water from the well pump reservoir is drawn by a series of high lift
       pumps located in the western part of the Treatment Plant, and discharged into the distribution system.


       The chlorine gas system is located in the south-central part of the Romeo Street Treatment Plant and
       was observed to be equipped with a four cylinder scale system, a chlorine gas detector, and a ground
       mounted pump which draws the sodium silicate for injection. Adjacent to the east of the chlorine gas
       storage room, is the aeration room where the below grade, 521.8 cubic meter storage reservoir is
       located. In the rear (eastern most) part of the Treatment Plant there are two on-line chlorine analyzers
       which are used to measure the free chlorine concentration prior to the 7500 cubic meter contact
       reservoir after contact time has been achieved. Within the high lift room, four high lift vertical turbine
       pumps were observed. The Operating Authority advised that two of these pumps are rated at 2839
       litres per minute at 68 m TDH, one is rated at 3028 litres per minute at 68 m TDH, and the last one is
       rated at 6623 litres per minute at 70 m TDH.


       In the northeastern section of the Romeo Street Treatment Plant there is a small maintenance room
       housing numerous residential flow meters, a small sandblasting unit, and a small painting area. Also
       in the northeastern section of the plant is a room housing a diesel powered generator and two 1135
       litre diesel fuel tanks located within a secondary containment unit.


       The Romeo Street Treatment Plant is connected to a SCADA system which transmits pertinent
       operational information from the plant to the Stratford Public Works office at 82 Erie Street.
       Information transmitted to the public works office includes, but is not limited to, raw water flows from
       the wells, treated water flow, free chlorine residual concentrations, reservoir level, etc. The Romeo
       Street plant has entry alarms for security reasons and the plant is also visited daily.


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       Site (Name): LORNE AVENUE PUMPHOUSE
       Type:            Treated Water POE                      Sub Type:       Pumphouse
       Comments:
       The Lorne Avenue Treatment Plant is located at the northwest corner of Lorne Avenue and Freeland
       Drive. The small northern section of the building houses the Treatment Plant, while the larger
       southerly part of the building is used for storage by the local hydro provider. Generally stated, raw
       water from the well located in the nearby well house passes a raw water sampling tap, a pump
       pressure meter, an air release valve, and a gate valve prior to being conveyed by underground piping
       to the Treatment Plant. In the northwestern part of the Treatment Plant, the raw water is passed up
       through the floor slab via a pipe, past an air release valve and a check valve, after which a mixture of
       chlorine gas and water is injected into the main pipe for disinfection. The main pipe then extends into
       the northeastern part of the plant where it passes another air release valve, a flow meter, and a gate
       valve prior to being directed to an 30 cubic meter underground contact chamber located in the
       northeastern part of the Pumphouse property. Once the treated water achieves contact time in the
       contact chamber it is directed into the distribution system.


       The chlorine gas system is located within the northwestern part of the Lorne Avenue Pumphouse and
       was observed to be equipped with a two cylinder scale system, and a chlorine gas detector in the
       northeastern part of the plant. The Operating Authority advised that a small water line was
       constructed after the contact reservoir which conveys treated water back into the plant and through an
       on-line chlorine analyzer located within the northeastern part of the plant building. Also located within
       the northeastern part of the building is a threaded treated water sampling tap. The Operating Authority
       advised that although this system is not equipped with an entrance alarm, it is always locked, and
       visited daily by operational staff. The Lorne Avenue Treatment Plant is connected to a SCADA system
       which transmits pertinent operational information from the plant to the Stratford Public Works office at
       82 Erie Street.


       Site (Name): CHESTNUT STREET PUMPHOUSE
       Type:             Treated Water POE                     Sub Type:      Pumphouse
       Comments:
       The Chestnut Street Treatment Plant is located on the southern side of Chestnut Street, near the
       southwestern intersection of Chestnut Street and Railway Avenue. Generally stated, raw water from
       the well located in the nearby well house passes a gate valve and a raw water sampling tap prior to
       being conveyed by underground piping to the Treatment Plant. The raw water is injected with a
       chlorine gas / water mixture and is discharged into a 243 cubic meter reservoir / clearwell located in
       the western part of the Treatment Plant building. It is understood that metal plates are located within
       this reservoir that serve as aerators to reduce sulphide in the raw water. Once the treated water has
       achieved contact time, it is drawn up by the high lift pump rated at 2100 litres per minute at 45.1 m
       TDH located in the southeastern part of the Treatment Plant. There it passes a check valve, a treated
       sampling tap, an in-line flow meter, an on-line chlorine analyzer and a gate valve prior to entering the
       distribution system.


       The chlorine gas system is located within the northeastern part of the Chestnut Street plant and was
       observed to be equipped with a two cylinder scale system and a chlorine gas detector. The Operating
       Authority advised that this system is equipped with an entrance alarm, and it is locked and visited
       daily by operational staff. The Chestnut Street Treatment Plant is connected to a SCADA system
       which transmits pertinent operational information from the plant to the Stratford Public Works office at
       82 Erie Street.


       Site (Name):       O'LOANE AVENUE PUMPHOUSE
       Type:              Treated Water POE        Sub Type:                  Pumphouse

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       Comments:
       The O’Loane Avenue Treatment Plant is located to the east of O’Loane Avenue and north of Oakdale
       Drive. Raw water drawn from the well within the Pumphouse passes a designated raw water
       sampling tap, a pump pressure meter, an air release valve, a check valve, and a gate valve in the
       western part of the plant before being injected with a chlorine gas / water mixture for disinfection.
       Once the chlorine gas / water mixture is added, the water enters a 54.2 cubic meter contact chamber
       located underground and outdoors of the northeastern part of the plant to develop contact time, prior
       to being discharged into the distribution system.


       This facility has been constructed such that raw water can be pumped to waste through a pipe off of
       the main line which extends through the western wall of the building. The Operating Authority advised
       that pumping to waste is not practiced, and the aforementioned piping is equipped with a valve and
       has been bolted closed.


       The chlorine gas system is located within the O’Loane Avenue Pumphouse and was observed to be
       equipped with a two cylinder scale system and a chlorine gas detector in the northeastern part of the
       plant. The Operating Authority advised that a small water line was constructed after the contact
       reservoir which conveys treated water back into the plant and through an on-line chlorine analyzer
       located within the southeastern part of the plant building. Also located within the southeastern part of
       the building is a threaded treated water sampling tap.


       The Operating Authority advised that although this system is not equipped with an entrance alarm, it is
       always locked, and visited daily by operational staff. The O’Loane Avenue Treatment Plant is
       connected to a SCADA system which transmits pertinent operational information from the plant to the
       Stratford Public Works office at 82 Erie Street.


       Site (Name): MORNINGTON STREET PUMPHOUSE
       Type:             Treated Water POE                     Sub Type:       Pumphouse
       Comments:
       The Mornington Street Pumphouse is located to the east of the Mornington Street right-of-way near
       the intersection of Dorland Drive. Raw water drawn from the well within the Pumphouse passes a
       designated raw water sampling tap, a pump pressure meter, and a check valve before entering into a
       118.3 cubic meter clear well where a mixture of chlorine gas and water is added for disinfection. Once
       the water has circulated through this reservoir it is drawn through the main plant piping by a high lift
       vertical turbine pump (3402 litres per minute at 53.4 m TDH), past a pressure gauge, an air release
       valve, a check valve, a gate valve, an in-line flow meter, a threaded treated sampling tap, an on-line
       chlorine analyzer, and into the distribution system.


       The chlorine gas system is located within the Mornington Street Pumphouse and was observed to be
       equipped with a two cylinder scale system, and a chlorine gas detector. The Operating Authority
       advised that although this system is not equipped with an entrance alarm, it is always locked, and
       visited daily by operational staff. The Mornington Street Treatment Plant is connected to a SCADA
       system which transmits pertinent operational information from the plant to the Stratford public works
       office at 82 Erie Street.


       Site (Name):       DUNN ROAD PUMPHOUSE
       Type:              Treated Water POE                     Sub Type:     Pumphouse




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       Comments:
       The Dunn Road Treatment Plant is located on the western side of Dunn Road adjacent to the eastern
       side of the Packham Road Sports Complex baseball diamond. Raw water drawn from the well within
       the southern part of the Pumphouse passes a designated raw water sampling tap, a pump pressure
       meter, a large check valve with two air release valves, an in-line flow meter and a gate valve before
       the main pipe extends through a block wall to the chlorine injection room located in the northwestern
       part of the plant. In the chlorine room, a chlorine gas / water mixture is injected into the main pipe
       after which the treated water is directed into an 89.5 cubic meter contact chamber prior to being
       discharged into the distribution system.


       The chlorine gas system is located in the northwestern part of the plant and was observed to be
       equipped with a two cylinder scale system and a chlorine gas detector. The Operating Authority
       advised that a small water line, constructed after the contact reservoir, conveys treated water back
       into the plant and through an on-line chlorine analyzer located within the northeastern part of the plant
       building. Also located within the northeastern part of the building is a threaded treated water sampling
       tap. The Operating Authority advised that although this system is not equipped with an entrance
       alarm, it is always locked, and visited daily by operational staff. The Dunn Road Treatment Plant is
       connected to a SCADA system which transmits pertinent operational information from the plant to the
       Stratford Public Works office at 82 Erie Street.


       Site (Name): DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM
       Type:            Other                                 Sub Type:         Other
       Comments:
       According to information provided by the Operating Authority, the distribution system serves a
       population of approximately 31000 residents, and approximately 25 individuals outside of Stratford.
       The distribution system piping is constructed of ductile iron, cast iron, PVC and steel watermains
       which typically ranges in size from 4 inch to 16 inch watermains. In addition, the contact chambers
       associated with the Treatment Plants were constructed of concrete.


       There are two elevated storage tanks in the distribution system for reserve supply. The Dufferin Street
       Tower, which is located at 221 Dufferin Street, has a storage volume of 3,800 cubic metres. The
       Forman Avenue Tower is located at 430 Forman Avenue and has a storage volume of approximately
       5,700 cubic metres. The Dufferin Street Tower was constructed in the 1960’s; the Forman Avenue
       Tower was constructed in 1990. Both elevated tanks are constructed of steel, with overflows and
       drains discharging to the storm sewer system.


       Site (Name): ROMEO STREET NORTH MONITORING WELLS (MW-001)
       Type:            Other                                Sub Type:       Other
       Comments:
       The Romeo Street North Monitoring Wells are located on the west side of Romeo Street, to the south
       of Vivian Street and north of McCarthy Road near a municipal drain and are understood to have been
       drilled in 2000. Two locked steel “stick up” casings were observed at this location. The lowest access
       point on the eastern most casing was 81 centimetres above grade, while on the western most casing,
       the lowest access point was 94 centimetres above grade. The eastern most casing houses two, 2
       inch PVC monitoring wells, while the western most steel casing was observed to house three, 1 inch
       PVC monitoring wells. Both of the stick up well casings were approximately 180 millimetres in
       diameter.


       According to information presented within the Golder Groundwater Study, the Romeo Street North
       Monitoring Well which houses the three, 1 inch wells was drilled to a final depth of 24.5 metres below
       grade. The shallowest monitoring well in this cluster of three 1 inch monitoring wells extends to a

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       depth of approximately 12.2 metres below grade. The middle monitoring well extends to a depth of
       approximately 18.3 metres below grade, while the deepest of the 1 inch monitoring wells extends to a
       final depth of approximately 24.5 metres below grade


       The shallowest of the two, 2 inch monitoring wells in the eastern most casing extends to a final depth
       of approximately 32.3 metres below grade, while the deepest 2 inch monitoring well extends to a final
       depth of approximately 41.7 metres below grade. The five individual screens associated with the
       Romeo Street North monitoring wells were separated from each other with bentonite seals.


       Over the last year, the Operating Authority has installed a water level transducer within one of the
       monitoring wells which is connected to a datalogger.


       Site (Name): BRITTANIA STREET MONITORING WELLS (MW-002)
       Type:            Other                                 Sub Type:        Other
       Comments:
       The Brittania Street Monitoring Well is located on the south side of Brittania Street just west of
       Churchill Circle. Generally stated, the lockable stick up steel casing was 33 centimetres above grade
       to the lowest access point. The casing itself was approximately 230 millimetres in diameter, and
       housed three, 2 inch PVC monitoring wells and two, 1.5 inch PVC monitoring wells. According to
       information obtained from the Operating Authority it is understood that this well was originally drilled in
       1956, but was never operational as a production well. Instead, it was converted into a five level
       monitoring well in 2000.


       According to information presented within the Golder Groundwater Study, the final depths of the
       screens in the Brittania Monitoring wells were 65.5 m, 89.9 m, 106.7 m, 128.5 m, and 150.3 m below
       grade and each screen was separated within the well annulus by a bentonite seal.


       Over the last year, the Operating Authority has installed a water level transducer within one of the
       monitoring wells which is connected to a datalogger.


       Site (Name): COOPER STREET MONITORING WELL
       Type:            Other                                 Sub Type:       Other
       Comments:
       The Cooper Street Production Well has been disconnected from the Stratford Water System. It is
       located within the former Cooper Street Pumphouse facility within the current parking lot of the
       property occupied by Festival Hydro at the southern extent of Cooper Street. Adjacent to the east of
       the Cooper Street Pumphouse is a historic industrial property and the property itself is understood to
       have had a historic coal gasification plant located on it. Due to concerns related to possible
       contamination from these aforementioned sources, the Cooper Street Well was eliminated as a
       production well and converted into a multi-level groundwater monitoring well between June 11 and
       June 17, 2003 according to a letter prepared by Lotowater Technical Services Inc dated September
       16, 2003. The multi-level monitoring well has been discretely screened at four different depths
       including between approximately 41 to 44 m, 54.5 to 61 m, 86.9 to 93 m, and 108.8 to 114.9 m. The
       screened intervals were separated from each other by bentonite seals. The Cooper Street monitoring
       well is connected to the City of Stratford SCADA system.


       According to the original Engineer’s Report, this well was drilled to a final depth of 116.7 metres below
       grade and prior to its conversion to a multi-level monitoring well, the casing was 350 millimetres in
       diameter and extended to a depth of 36.6 metres below grade.

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       In addition to conducting groundwater monitoring from the Cooper Street Monitoring Well, it is
       understood that Festival Hydro has installed shallow monitoring wells in the vicinity of the Cooper
       Street Monitoring Well as a means of assessing the shallow soil conditions and the shallow
       groundwater conditions due to the historical coal gasification plant located at this facility.


       Over the last year, the Operating Authority has installed a water level transducer within one of the
       monitoring wells which is connected to a datalogger.


       Site (Name): MOE OBSERVATION WELL
       Type:           Other                               Sub Type:        Other
       Comments:
       The MOE Monitoring Well is located within a small well house to the south of the Romeo Street
       Treatment Plant, and east of the Romeo Street right-of-way. This monitoring well was observed to be
       raised upon a rectangular concrete pad above the concrete floor slab in the well house. A steel plate
       was bolted down onto the raised concrete pad through which five, 1.25 inch PVC monitoring well
       casings extended above ground, each with a cap. According to the Lotowater – Romeo Street Report,
       the MOE monitoring well is approximately 130 metres in depth and was observed to have holes in the
       casing at a depth of approximately 33 metres below grade. This report further recommended that this
       well be converted to a multi-level monitoring well.


       According to a letter dated September 16, 2003 and prepared by Lotowater Technical Services Inc.,
       the conversion of this well to a monitoring well occurred between July 28 and August 8, 2003. The
       letter also indicated that the multi-level monitoring well has been discretely screened at five different
       depths including between approximately 46 to 49 m, 64 to 67 m, 80.8 to 83.8 m, 93 to 96 m, and 111
       to 114 m. The screened intervals were separated from each other by bentonite seals.


       The Operating Authority advised that this monitoring well is connected to the downloadable datalogger
       from which static / dynamic water levels, representative of the Romeo Street Wells #1 to #4, are
       recorded.




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INSPECTION SUMMARY
    INTRODUCTION
        *   The primary focus of this inspection is to confirm compliance with Ministry of the
            Environment legislation and control documents, as well as conformance with Ministry
            drinking water related policies for the inspection period. The Ministry is implementing a
            rigorous and comprehensive approach in the inspection of water systems that focuses on
            the source, treatment, and distribution components as well as water system management
            practices.
            Documents reviewed in association with this report include but are not limited to:
            1. “City of Stratford Water Supply System – Engineer’s Report for Waterworks”, prepared by
            Whitney Engineering Inc, and dated May 2001;
            2. Certificate of Approval #6036-6PMRXC dated June 16, 2006;
            3. Permit to Take Water #0026-74HKCF dated June 26, 2007; and
            4. Permit to Take Water #6661-77DL9X dated June September 28, 2007.
            Other documents reviewed include Operations Manuals, Contingency Plans, microbiological and
            chemical testing results, etc.
            This inspection covers the period from September 1, 2007 to September 30, 2008.
    SOURCE
        *   There were no obvious potential sources of pollution or activities in or around the source
            that could impair source water quality.
            The six water treatment plants are located within the City of Stratford in mostly
            residential/commercial areas. The eleven drilled well sources are considered secure groundwater
            sources. There were no obvious signs of pollution observed near the wells during the physical
            inspection. The Owner conducts addtional sampling to ensure the quality of the source water.
        *   There was no evidence of the application of nutrients closer than 100 metres to any of the
            municipal wells.
            There is no farmland in close proximity (> 0.5 km) to any of the municipal wells.

        *   The owner was maintaining the production well(s) in a manner sufficient to prevent entry
            into the well of surface water and other foreign materials.
            At the time of the site inspection, screens were present on all well vents and the well heads
            appeared in good condition. Romeo wells 1 to 4 are located within well pits and the well pits have
            proper drainage to prevent flooding. The Owner has a Well Inspection and Maintenance Plan for all
            wells and they are scheduled for rehabilitation every five years.
        *   A GUDI assessment had not been performed on all production sources.

            A specific GUDI study has not been performed for any of the wells in the water system. In March of
            2000, the Stratford Public Utility Commission authorized a groundwater study carried out by Golder
            Associates Ltd. and the conclusions are that "The City of Stratford is underlain by a relatively
            uniform clay till which acts as a "protective layer" to the deep bedrock aquifer; and therefore the
            risk of contamination of the groundwater supply from sources within the city is relatively low,
            excepting migration of contaminants from the surface into the underlying bedrock aquifer via
            abandoned or poorly constructed wells." Due to these findings, a formal GUDI study was not
            required by the Ministry.




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    SOURCE
        *   Measures were in place to protect the water source in accordance with a Permit, Licence or
            Approval issued under Part V of the SDWA.
            The Owner has developed a Well Inspection and Maintenance Plan which is contained in the
            Operations Manual. The plan describes the methods by which a well inspection and rehabilitation
            program are conducted. In addition, the Owner conducts monthly well inspections during which the
            sites and well heads are visually inspected and evaluated.
        *   Trends in source water quality parameters were monitored and trended to assist in the
            operation of the drinking water system.
            Source water quality monitoring typically involves trending raw microbiological sample results. The
            Owner should ensure that source water quality parameters are monitored and trended to enable
            operational changes necessary for optimization of treatment at the drinking water system, and to
            ensure that deterioration of water quality is not occurring which may lead to treatment problems in
            the future. The Owner should consider other parameters such as pH, alkalinity, colour, and
            hardness which may impact on treatment processes.
        *   Trends in water quantity/takings, or other measures for ensuring the reliability of volume
            supplied, were being monitored.
            Records being kept by the Owner include hours of taking, rate of taking and amount of taking. This
            data is compiled electronically through the SCADA system and recorded on log sheets in the
            pumphouses. The Owner also submits this data electronically on a yearly basis to the MOE.
    PERMIT TO TAKE WATER
        *   A Permit to Take Water (PTTW) was required.

            During this inspection period, two Permits to Take Water (PTTW) were in force and include #0026-
            74HKCF dated June 26, 2007 and #6661-77DL9X dated September 28, 2007. The updated PTTW
            was required to address some minor administrative amendments.
        *   The owner had a valid PTTW for all of the production sources.

            The PTTW ##6661-77DL9X identifies the following production wells:
            1. Romeo Field Well #1 - 39 Romeo Street
            2. Romeo Field Well #2 - 39 Romeo Street
            3. Romeo Field Well #3 - 39 Romeo Street
            4. Romeo Field Well #4 - 39 Romeo Street
            5. Romeo Field Well #6 - 39 Romeo Street
            6. Romeo Field Well #7 - 39 Romeo Street
            7. Dunn Road Well - 100 Dunn Road
            8. Lorne Avenue Well - 494 Lorne Avenue
            9. Mornington Street Well - 637 Mornington Street
            10. O'Loane Avenue Well - 947 O'Loane Avenue
            11. Chestnut Well - 11 Chestnut Street
        *   The maximum water takings were in accordance with those allowed under the PTTW.

            The current PTTW allows for a maximum daily taking of 3406 L/min from the O'Loane well.
            There were 5 identified flow rate exceedances during the course of the inspection period and log
            records for these dates indicate that the exceedances were short in duration and related to well
            pump start-up. The exceedance details are as follows:

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    PERMIT TO TAKE WATER
            December 15, 2007 - 3420 L/sec
            December 16, 2007 - 3420 L/sec
            December 17, 2007 - 3420 L/sec
            December 18, 2007 - 3435 L/sec
            December 19, 2007 - 3451 L/sec
        *   The PTTW imposed conditions beyond limiting takings and the owner had complied with
            the conditions of the PTTW.
            The PTTW requires a record of all water takings. This record includes the dates and times of water
            takings and the total measured amounts of water pumped per day. A separate record is to be
            maintained for each source and the required records shall be up to date and available at or near
            the site. The total amounts of water pumped is to be measured using flow metres installed at each
            well head. The Permit Holder shall establish a monitoring program as follows:
            (1) The Permit Holder shall monitor the water levels in all production wells using data loggers.
            Weekly manual measurements shall be taken in each well to confirm data logger data. These data
            loggers shall be installed during routine maintenance events.
            (2) The Permit Holder shall continue to measure instantaneous flow rate and the cumulative daily
            volume of water being taken from each well.
            (3) The Permit Holder shall install a data logger in one monitoring well at each of the monitoring
            well sites. Weekly manual measurements shall be taken in each well to confirm data logger data.
            Due to well construction issues data loggers cannot be installed in Romeo Street wells 1 to 4,
            therefore these wells will be exempt from this condition.
            (4) The Permit Holder shall install an additional multilevel monitoring well in the vicinity of the Dunn
            Road production well. This well shall be in place and equipped with appropriate data loggers by
            January 01, 2009. Once constructed, the well shall be monitored as required in condition 4.2 (3).
            (5) The data collected under this monitoring program shall be analysed, interpreted and
            summarized in an annual report by a qualified person. The report shall provide recommendations
            on the need for changes to monitoring locations and frequency, pumping patterns and/or the need
            for mitigation.
            The current PTTW requires that a data logger be installed in one of each of the designated
            monitoring wells on the system and in each of the production wells. The Owner has installed
            dataloggers within the monitoring wells. At this point, the dataloggers have not been installed within
            the production wells. An Annual Report has not been produced and the Owner intends on
            completing a report in 2009.
       *    No complaints of interference due to the water taking were received by the owner/operating
            authority.


    CAPACITY ASSESSMENT
        *   There was sufficient monitoring of flow as required by the Permit, Licence or Approval
            issued under Part V of the SDWA
            Each pumphouse has a minimum of one flow meter and where there is a reservoir, an additional
            flow meter is installed to record flow into the distribution system. The SCADA system captures data
            from the flow meters which include total flow and flow rate.
        *   Flow measuring devices were calibrated or verified in accordance with the requirements of
            a Permit, Licence or Approval issued under Part V of the SDWA.
            The Owner advised that calibration of the flow meters occurs each year. A new flow meter has
            been installed at the Romeo pumphouse.

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    CAPACITY ASSESSMENT
        *   The owner was in compliance with the conditions associated with maximum flow rate or the
            rated capacity conditions in the Permit, Licence or Approval issued under Part V of the
            SDWA.
            The current CofA indicates the maximum flow rates into the treatment systems, trains, or stages
            and this is the same limit identified in the PTTW. There are a number of flow rate exceedances
            during the course of the inspection period and the System Flow Summary indicates that the
            majority of the flow exceedances were short in duration and related to well pump start-up.
        *   Records of flows and any capacity exceedences were made in accordance with the Permit,
            Licence or Approval issued under Part V of the SDWA.
            The Owner has provided records of the flow exceedances as required by the current CofA. The
            record includes a daily "System Flow Summary" that lists the runtime, maximum flow rates and
            flow volumes for each well and high lift pump. Exceedances are highlighted in red on the daily
            System Flow Summary sheet and the operator writes down details for each exceedance.
        *   The owner was monitoring demand and population trends in order to monitor the need to
            upgrade or expand the system.
            The Owner has indicated that the Stratford Water System has adequate capacity to meet
            consumer demand. The Summary Report for 2007 indicates that the minimum daily flow was 8,490
            cubic meters (26.5 % of system capacity), the average daily flow was 13,549 cubic meters (42.3 %
            of system capacity) and the maximum daily flow was 19,440 cubic meters (60.1 % of system
            capacity).
    TREATMENT PROCESSES
        *   A valid Permit, Licence or Approval issued under Part V of the SDWA existed for the facility.

            CofA #6036-6PMRXC dated June 16, 2006 is the current approval for the Stratford Water System.

        *   The owner had ensured that all equipment was installed in accordance with the Permit,
            Licence or Approval issued under Part V of the SDWA.
            During the physical inspection of the water system, it appeared that all equipment listed in the
            current CofA had been installed.
       *    The owner complied with the requirement to seek changes to the Permit, Licence or
            Approval issued under Part V of the SDWA where required, when changes were made.


        *   Records indicated that the treatment equipment was operated in a manner that achieved the
            design capabilities required under Ontario Regulation 170/03 or a Permit, Licence or
            Approval issued under Part V of the SDWA at all times that water was being supplied to
            consumers.
            The Stratford Water System uses chlorine gas for the primary disinfection of the groundwater
            supply. The Romeo pumphouse also utilizes sodium silicate for the sequestering of iron. All of the
            six pumphouses are equipped with a reservoir or a contact chamber to develop contact time for
            adequate primary disinfection. A review of SCADA and log sheet records indicate that the chlorine
            residual at the pumphouses were above the minimum requirements to achieve proper disinfection
            of the groundwater supply whenever water was being supplied. The alarms and shut off levels for
            each pumphouse are as flows: low level alarm 0.25 mg/L, low level pump shut off 0.20mg/L, high
            level alarm 1.70 mg/L and high level pump shut off 2.00 mg/L.




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    TREATMENT PROCESSES
        *   Records confirmed that the water treatment equipment which provides chlorination or
            chloramination for secondary disinfection purposes was operated so that at all times and all
            locations in the distribution system the chlorine residual was never less than 0.05 mg/l free
            or 0.25 mg/l combined.
            Chlorine gas is used for secondary disinfection and the optimum chlorine residual leaving the
            pumphouses, as indicated in the Operations Manual, is between 0.70 - 0.90 mg/L. Records
            reviewed indicate that the chlorine residual is kept above 0.20 mg/L in the distribution system.
        *   Operators were not aware of the operational criteria necessary to achieve primary
            disinfection within the drinking water system.
            The operators are aware that the reservoirs and contact pipes installed at the pumphouses are
            required to achieve the required CT for adequate primary disinfection. The operators are not aware
            of the minimum CT values for each pumphouses in order to ensure adequate primary disinfection
            given the actual flow rates, pH, temperature, and pipe size.
        *   The owner had evidence indicating that all chemicals and materials used in the treatment
            process met the AWWA and ANSI standards in accordance with the Permit, Licence or
            Approval issued under Part V of the SDWA.
            The Owner provided records to indicate that the chlorine gas and the sodium silicate were NSF
            certified.
        *   Up-to-date plans for the drinking-water system were available in accordance with the
            Permit, Licence or Approval issued under Part V of the SDWA.
            The recent raw flow meter installations should be noted on the individual pumphouse process
            diagrams.
        *   The facility and equipment appeared to be maintained and in a fit state of repair.

            During the physical inspection, the facilities appeared to be well maintained and in working order.

        *   The Operator-in-Charge had ensured that all equipment used in the processes was
            monitored, inspected, and evaluated.
            On a daily basis, the OIC inspects, maintains and makes adjustments to treatment processes and
            this information is recorded in the facility log book and log sheets.
        *   Based on information provided by the owner/operator, it was not likely that contaminants
            entering the floor drains would have come in contact with the source water or treated water.
            The Owner indicated that the floor drains located in the pumphouses convey water to the sanitary
            sewer with the exception of the O'Loane Avenue and Chestnut Street pumphouses where the
            drains are connected to french tiles. The Owner also advised that for any plants with reservoirs
            located beneath the pumphouses, floor drains within the plant which are located beneath the floor
            of the pumphouse and directly above the reservoir are inspected during the scheduled cleaning
            events for the reservoirs. To date, there have been no significant issues related to the physical
            integrity of the floor drains located above the reservoirs.
        *   Measures were taken to ensure that pesticides were not applied, stored, or mixed in the
            immediate vicinity of source(s), treatment, and storage facilities.
            The Owner has posted signs at each pumphouse and in the vicinity of each well indicating "Well
            Head Protection Area - No Spraying Herbicide or Pesticide".
    PROCESS WASTEWATER
       *    The facility did not generate process wastewater.




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    DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM
        *   The owner had up-to-date plans for the distribution system.

            The Owner provided an up-to-date map of the distribution system dated July 25, 2005. This map
            contains details related to hydrant location, distribution pipe sizes, distribution sampling points,
            pumphouse locations, water storage facilities, and the location of production and observational
            wells.
        *   There was a cross-connection control/backflow prevention program, policy and/or by-law in
            place.
            The Owner is not aware of any cross-connections such as wells, cisterns, or any other systems
            that could be cross connected to the distribution system. The City of Stratford has a ByLaw in place
            to address cross connections. This ByLaw is commonly referred to as the "Cross Connection
            Control By-Law" and is identified as ByLaw Number 50-2004, which was passed in 2004.
        *   Backflow preventers were not installed at each service connection to
            Industrial/Commercial/Institutional and agricultural process that were considered high
            hazard facilities.
            The Owner has indicated that they are presently working towards having backflow prevention
            devices installed at all major industries. The work is proceeding based on a priority ranking of high
            risk facilities first.
       *    There were no known cross connections between the distribution system and other water
            sources.


        *   The owner had a program or maintained a schedule for routine cleanout, inspection and
            maintenance of reservoirs and elevated storage tanks within the distribution system.
            The Owner has indicated that there is a regular maintenance schedule for the water towers and
            reservoirs that occurs every 5 to 10 years. There is daily monitoring of raw and treated turbidity at
            all water treatment and storage facilities. Turbidity monitoring helps in determining the frequency of
            maintenance for the facility.
        *   Existing parts of the distribution system that were taken out of service for inspection, repair
            or other activities that may lead to contamination, and all new parts of the distribution
            system that came in contact with drinking water, were disinfected in accordance with the
            Procedure for Disinfection of Drinking Water In Ontario.
            The Owner has indicated that they follow the AWWA procedures for the disinfection of water
            system components.
        *   There was a program for rehabilitation or replacement of watermains.

            The Owner has indicated that there is a capital replacement plan for the water system
            infrastructure. Although not formal, this plan takes into consideration road construction, problem
            areas and maintenance issues.
        *   The owner followed industry recognized standards or procedures in the material selection
            and design associated with distribution system construction and maintenance.
            The Owner is aware of NSF 60 and NSF 61 requirements for chemical and material specification
            related to the drinking water system. The Owner also ensures that work contracts include NSF /
            AWWA specifications for material selection.
        *   The owner had implemented a program for the flushing of watermains as per industry
            standards.
            The Owner has a maintenance schedule for specific tasks that are performed on the water system.
            Flushing of watermains is undertaken in the spring and fall and information is recorded in a log
            book.


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    DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM
        *   A program was in place for inspecting and exercising valves.

            The Owner has purchased equipment to perform this specific task and attempts to exercise all
            valves in the distribution system on a yearly basis.
        *   There was a program in place for inspecting and operating hydrants.

            Fire hydrants are operated and inspected twice per year. Records are kept of this activity including
            repairs performed on fire hydrants.
        *   There was a by-law or policy in place limiting access to hydrants.

            The City of Stratford has a ByLaw #96-2005 that states "no person, other than an Authorized
            Employee, shall operate any water supply appurtenance or fire hydrant within a road allowance or
            municipal easement without the prior written permission of the Director of Engineering & Public
            Works."
        *   Consumer water usage, including industrial and commercial water users, was fully metered.

            Water meters have been in place since 1926.

        *   The owner had conducted an assessment of production volumes versus authorized
            consumption to determine the percentage of water loss in the distribution system.
            The Owner advised that the total for unaccounted-for-water is 18.9% of the production volume for
            2007. It is estimated that there is a loss of 6% to 7% of this volume due to the hydrant flushing
            program that occurs twice a year which brings the total for unaccounted-for-water to approximately
            12%. The Owner also advised that if there was a significant loss of water in the system, it would be
            recognized through the SCADA system during daily reviews of water usage.
       *    The owner had undertaken efforts to identify, quantify and reduce sources of apparent
            water loss and/or established a leak detection/minimization program.


        *   The distribution system pressure was monitored to alert the operator of conditions which
            may have lead to loss of pressure below the value under which the system is designed to
            operate.
            The Owner indicated that the SCADA system continually records the pressure in the distribution
            system at the pumphouses and the water towers.
       *    Based on the records available the owner was able to maintain proper pressures in the
            distribution system.


    OPERATIONS MANUALS
        *   Operators and maintenance personnel had ready access to operations and maintenance
            manuals.
            There is an Operations and Maintenance Manual for each of the six pumphouses in the water
            system.
        *   The operations and maintenance manuals contained plans, drawings and process
            descriptions sufficient for the safe and efficient operation of the system.
            The Operations and Maintenance Manual contained sections indicating the basic components of
            the wells and treatment systems at each pumphouse, distribution system, water meters, sampling
            and testing, training, SCADA and alarms, contacts and materials lists, forms, by-laws, maps,
            customer complaints, equipment manuals, list of appendices that included legislation related to the
            waterworks.

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    OPERATIONS MANUALS
        *   The operations and maintenance manual contained a sampling plan.

            Section 4 of the Operations and Maintenance Manual contains a sampling plan for the water
            system.
        *   The operations and maintenance manual did identify the minimum required chlorine
            residual in water leaving the treatment process to maintain adequate secondary
            disinfection.
            The Operations and Maintenance Manual presents the high (2.0 mg/L) and low (0.2 mg/L) chlorine
            alarm levels for each pumphouse that will initiate well shut off. It also indicates the optimum
            chlorine dosage leaving the pumphouses (between 0.70 mg/L to 0.90 mg/L) in order to maintain
            adequate secondary disinfection in the distribution system.
       *    The operations and maintenance manuals contained instructions pertaining to the
            identification of adverse drinking water conditions, as well as prescribed notification and
            corrective actions.


        *   The operations and maintenance manuals did meet the requirements of the Permit, Licence
            or Approval issued under Part V of the SDWA.
            The Operations and Maintenance Manuals for each pumphouse are in the process of being
            revised.
       *    The operation and maintenance manuals and the emergency/contingency plans were
            reviewed on a periodic basis.


    LOGBOOKS
        *   Logs for the distribution and supply subsystem(s) of the drinking water system contained
            the required information.
            The Owner maintains logsheets and a logbook within each pumphouse and information is also
            recorded at each water tower. The log entries identify the Operator in Charge, maintenance
            activities, chlorine weight, turbidity, colour, temperature, pressure, flow meter readings, etc. The
            SCADA system records operational parameters including the concentration of free chlorine at each
            pumphouse and a summary of alarm events that occur in the drinking water system.
       *    Logbook entries were made in chronological order.



       *    The record system allowed the reader to unambiguously identify the person who made the
            logbook entry.


        *   Entries in the logbook were made only by appropriate and authorized personnel.

            Only operators make log sheet / book entries.

       *    Records or other record keeping mechanisms confirmed that operational testing not
            performed by continuous monitoring equipment was being done by a certified operator,
            water quality analyst, or person who suffices the requirements of O. Reg. 170/03 7-5




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    LOGBOOKS
        *   For every required operational test and every required sample, a record was made of the
            date, time, location, name of the person conducting the test and result of the test.
            There are two raw water bacteriological samples taken on February 06, 2008, that did not identify
            the time the samples were taken.
        *   The operator-in-charge ensured that records were maintained of all adjustments made to
            the processes within his or her responsibility.
            The operators-in-charge (OICs) input data into a log book and log sheets concerning adjustments
            and maintenance performed on the drinking water system.
       *    Logs or other record keeping mechanisms were available for at least five (5) years.



    CONTINGENCY/EMERGENCY PLANNING
        *   The owner had developed a written contingency/emergency plan as required by the Permit,
            Licence or Approval issued under Part V of the SDWA.
            The Owner has developed a Contingency Plan for the water treatment and distribution system and
            the plan appears to be up-to-date.
        *   The contingency/emergency plan was available for reference by all staff as required by the
            Permit, Licence or Approval issued under Part V of the SDWA.
            The Contingency Plan forms part of the Operations and Maintenance Manual that are located
            within each of the pumphouses and the municipal office.
       *    The contingency/emergency plan did provide for key equipment to be made available in the
            event of an emergency or upset condition.


        *   The contingency/emergency plan addressed spill scenarios.

            The Contingency Plan has sections related to General Emergency Procedures, Chlorine
            Emergency Procedures, Chlorine Gas Leak and Spills Procedures.
        *   Spill containment was provided for process chemicals.

            Chlorine gas is stored in cylinders within designated rooms in each pumphouse. Each designated
            room has a gas detector and alarm in the event of a gas leak. Sodium silicate is stored within a
            secondary containment unit with sufficient capacity to mitigate any possible spills of the primary
            tank.
        *   Spill containment was provided for standby power generator fuel.

            There is an above ground diesel fuel storage tank located in the Romeo Street pumphouse. This
            tank is located within a concrete secondary containment system. It is recommended that the
            concrete containment system is checked / tested for leaks on an annual basis.
        *   Clean-up equipment and materials were in place for the clean up of spills.

            The Owner has a spill kit and other materials available for the clean up of spills.

        *   Standby equipment was available for critical treatment processes as required by a Permit,
            Licence or Approval issued under Part V of the SDWA.
            There is a portable standby generator that can provide back-up power in emergency conditions to
            3 pumphouses equipped with a main power electrical transfer switch and connection.



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    CONTINGENCY/EMERGENCY PLANNING
        *   Back-up power was available as required by Permit, Licence or Approval issued under Part
            V of the SDWA.
            A 600 kilowatt backup diesel generator is located within the Romeo Street pumphouse. The Owner
            also has two portable backup generators available to supply power to the other pumphouses
            equipped with a main power electrical transfer switch and connection.
        *   Standby power generators were tested under normal load conditions.

            The Owner has indicated that the backup generator located at the Romeo pumphouse is tested
            under load on a monthly basis by system operators and information is recorded on a log sheet.
    SECURITY
        *   All storage facilities were completely covered and secure.

            All of the pumphouses, well houses, water towers, reservoir hatches, and well pit hatches are
            locked at all times. The Romeo reservoir has vandal proof water tight access hatchways and most
            buildings are equipped with entry alarm systems connected to the SCADA system.
        *   Air vents and overflows associated with reservoirs and elevated storage structures were
            equipped with screens.
            The Owner advised that the water towers and reservoirs are equipped with fine mesh screens.

        *   The owner had provided adequate security measures to protect components of the
            drinking-water system.
            All pumphouses have a locked door, appropriate signage, entry alarm systems and they are visited
            daily by system operators. The alarms are connected to the SCADA system.
    CONSUMER RELATIONS
        *   Water conservation was being practiced by the owner or operating authority.

            By-Law 96-2005 imposes rules on water use restrictions and waste of water on premises. The
            Municipal Web Site has many "Environmental Tips" and "Conservation Tips" to help consumers of
            the water system make the best use of their drinking water.
        *   A documented system that records consumer complaints, steps taken to determine the
            cause of the issue, and corrective measures taken to alleviate the cause and prevent its
            reoccurrence did exist.
            The Owner tracks customer complaints and they are recorded and corrective actions documented
            on a service order that is built into the water system billing service. Customer complaints usually
            involve taste and the aesthetic appearance of water.
        *   Required documents were available free-of-charge during normal business hours at a
            location accessible to the public.
            Public documents relating to the drinking water system can be obtained from the Stratford
            Municipal Office, the Municipal Web Site and also found in inserts in customer water bills.
        *   The owner did take effective steps to advise users of the water system of the availability of
            Annual Reports.
            Annual Reports are available at the Municipal Office and on the Municipal Web Site. The Owner
            places an insert in customer water bills to advise users of the availability of Annual Reports.
        *   The owner posted the Annual Reports on the internet.

            The 2007 Annual Report can be viewed by visiting the following Internet location:
            http://www.city.stratford.on.ca/site_stepstocityhall/reports_studies.asp

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    CERTIFICATION AND TRAINING
        *   The overall responsible operator had been designated for each subsystem.

            Mr. Joe Salter is currently the Overall Responsible Operator for the Stratford Water System. He
            possesses a Water Distribution and Supply Subsystem Class 4 Certificate and the water system is
            a Class 3 System.
        *   Operators in charge had been designated for all subsystems which comprised the drinking-
            water system.
            All Operators conducting OIC duties identify themselves on the daily logs sheets / books.

       *    All operators possessed the required certification.



       *    Only certified operators made adjustments to the treatment equipment.



        *   Operator certificates or water quality analyst certificates were displayed in a conspicuous
            location at the workplace or at the premises from which the subsystem was managed.
            Most operator certificates are located at the City Service Center and the certificates for Mark Bouw
            and Joseph Salter are located within the Municipal office building.
        *   The owner of the subsystem had applied for the re-determination of the type and class of
            the subsystem.
            The Stratford Water System is classified as a Class III Water Distribution and Supply Subsystem.
            This classification was re-assessed in 2005 and a new certificate was issued on July 13, 2005.
        *   The classification certificates of the subsystems were conspicuously displayed at the
            workplace or at premises from which the subsystem was managed.
            The classification certificate for the water system is displayed within all pumphouses.

        *   An adequately licenced operator was designated to act in place of the overall responsible
            operator when the overall responsible operator was unable to act.
            Mr. Joe Salter is currently the Overall Responsible Operator (ORO) for the Stratford Water System.
            In his absence, the back-up ORO is John McKeough and he possesses a Water Distribution and
            Supply Subsystem Class 4 certificate. The Operations Manual section 5.0 entitled "Training"
            presents the responsibilities of the ORO, OIC and alternative staff for these key roles in the event
            that the ORO or OIC are not able to fulfill their duties.
       *    The owner/operating authority was aware of the operator training and record keeping
            requirements, and they were taking reasonable steps to ensure that all operators receive
            the required training.


        *   Operators were regularly trained with respect to the contents of the operations and
            maintenance manual and Contingency/Emergency Plan.
            The Owner advised that they have meetings during which they discuss the operations of the water
            system, the Operations Manual and the Contingency Plan. These activities should be tracked in
            the operator training records.
    WATER QUALITY MONITORING
       *    Relief from water quality monitoring requirements had not been granted.




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    WATER QUALITY MONITORING
        *   Raw water samples were being collected and analyzed at the appropriate frequency.

            Raw water samples from each of the operating wells are being taken and analyzed on a weekly
            basis.
        *   All microbiological water quality monitoring requirements for distribution samples were
            being met.
            Distribution water samples are taken from pre-determined sites and analyzed on a weekly basis.
            The Owner takes an average of 40 samples per month in the distribution system.
        *   All microbiological water quality monitoring requirements for treated samples were being
            met.
            Treated water samples are taken from each pumphouses and analyzed on a weekly basis.

        *   All inorganic water quality monitoring requirements prescribed by legislation were
            conducted within the required frequency.
            Sampling for inorganic parameters is undertaken on the treated water sources on a yearly basis.
            Sample results dated July 22, 2008, show that the treated water is within acceptable limits for the
            parameters listed in Schedule 23 of O. Reg. 170/03. Sampling for inorganic parameters on the raw
            water sources is undertaken every 2 years.
        *   All organic water quality monitoring requirements prescribed by legislation were conducted
            within the required frequency.
            Sampling for organic parameters is undertaken on the treated water sources on a yearly basis.
            Sample results dated July 22, 2008, show that the treated water is within acceptable limits for the
            parameters listed in Schedule 24 of O. Reg. 170/03. Sampling for organic parameters on the raw
            water sources is undertaken every 2 years.
        *   All trihalomethanes water quality monitoring requirements prescribed by legislation were
            conducted within the required frequency.
            Trihalomethane sampling is undertaken on treated water on a quarterly basis. All sample results for
            this inspection period show that the treated water is within acceptable limits.
        *   Trihalomethane samples were being collected from a point in the distribution system or
            connected plumbing system that was likely to have an elevated potential for the formation
            of trihalomethanes.
            The locations for trihalomethane sampling include the Dufferin and Forman water towers.

        *   All nitrate/nitrite water quality monitoring requirements prescribed by legislation were
            conducted within the required frequency for the DWS.
            Nitrate and nitrite sampling is undertaken on the raw and treated water on a quarterly basis. All
            sample results for this inspection period show that the raw and treated water are within acceptable
            limits.
        *   All sodium water quality monitoring requirements prescribed by legislation were conducted
            within the required frequency.
            The latest sodium samples were undertaken on the treated water on July 22, 2008 for the Romeo
            pumphouse (19 mg/L), O'Loane pumphouse (18 mg/L), Mornington pumphouse (25 mg/L), Dunn
            pumphouse (18 mg/L), Lorne pumphouse (23 mg/L) and Chestnut pumphouse (26 mg/L). Three
            sample results show that the treated water is above the reportable limit of 20 mg/L. The Medical
            Officer of Health is required to inform local physicians and consumers where the sodium level
            exceeds 20 mg/L. This allows those affected individuals to adjust their sodium intake to meet their
            needs.



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    WATER QUALITY MONITORING
        *   All fluoride water quality monitoring requirements prescribed by legislation were conducted
            within the required frequency.
            The latest fluoride samples were undertaken on the treated water on July 22, 2008, for the Romeo
            pumphouse (1.6 mg/L), O'Loane pumphouse (2.0 mg/L), Mornington pumphouse (2.1 mg/L), Dunn
            pumphouse (1.9 mg/L), Lorne pumphouse (2.3 mg/L) and Chestnut pumphouse (2.2 mg/L). The
            sample results show that the treated water is above the reportable limit of 1.5 mg/L. Sampling was
            also undertaken for the Romeo raw wells and at the water towers. The regulation requires the
            Owner to sample and test for fluoride every 5 years and the Owner undertakes fluoride sampling
            every 3 months.
       *    The owner ensured that water samples were taken at the prescribed location.



        *   All water quality monitoring requirements imposed by the Permit, Licence or Approval
            issued under Part V of the SDWA were being met.
            The Stratford Water System is connected to a SCADA system which measures and records
            physical parameters such as daily flows, chlorine residuals and system pressure. The Owner
            collected samples for chemical testing from the appropriate locations and at the required
            frequencies for the specified parameters over the course of the inspection period. The Owner
            collects and analyzes samples for nitrite, nitrate, and fluoride quarterly and Schedule 23 and 24
            parameters and sodium once per year which exceeds the regulatory requirement for the sampling
            and testing of these parameters.
       *    The owner had not established water quality goals over and above regulatory requirements.



        *   All sampling requirements for lead prescribed by schedule 15.1 of O. Reg. 170/03 were
            being met.
            The Community Lead Sampling Program was undertaken in February and September 2008. The
            Owner is required to take and analyze 60 samples from private residences, 6 samples from a non-
            private residence and 16 samples from the distribution system.
       *    All sampling requirements for alkalinity and pH prescribed by schedule 15.1 of O. Reg.
            170/03 were being met.


       *    Samples for chlorine residual analysis were tested using an acceptable portable device.



        *   All continuous monitoring equipment utilized for sampling and testing required by
            O.Reg.170/03, or approval or order, were equipped with alarms or shut-off mechanisms that
            satisfied the standards described in Schedule 6.
            The Owner indicated that each pumphouse has specific chlorine alarm set points and automatic
            shut off mechanisms for the wells / distribution pumps.
        *   All continuous analysers were calibrated, maintained, and operated, in accordance with the
            manufacturer's instructions or the regulation.
            All analyzers are calibrated by an operators and they calibrate the units as required during their
            daily pumphouse checks.




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    WATER QUALITY MONITORING
        *   Operators were examining continuous monitoring test results and they were examining the
            results within 72 hours of the test.
            The Owner advised that the operators review the chlorine residual concentrations daily through the
            SCADA system. A daily summary report is produced indicating the minimum and maximum free
            chlorine values, whether chlorine alarms were initiated by the SCADA system and a graph
            displaying the free chlorine residual concentrations from each of the pumphouses. This report is
            signed and dated by the operators.
       *    Primary disinfection chlorine monitoring was being conducted at a location approved by
            Permit, Licence or Approval issued under Part V of the SDWA, or at/near a location where
            the intended CT had just been achieved.


        *   The secondary disinfectant residual was measured as required for the distribution system.

            Secondary disinfection is measured in the distribution system daily at the water towers and also
            when operators take bacteriological samples at different points within the distribution system on a
            weekly basis.
       *    Records confirmed that the maximum free chlorine residual in the distribution system was
            less than 4.0 mg/L or that the combined chlorine residual was less than 3.0 mg/L.


       *    Records confirmed that chlorine residual tests were being conducted at the same time and
            at the same location that microbiological samples were obtained.


        *   Continuous monitoring equipment that was being utilized to fulfill O. Reg. 170/03
            requirements was performing tests for the parameters with at least the minimum frequency
            specified in the Table in Schedule 6 of O. Reg. 170/03.
            Continuous monitoring equipment found in each pumphouse records data for chlorine residual and
            flow. The recording frequency for chlorine (5 minutes) is the minimum required frequency for this
            parameter.
       *    All continuous monitoring equipment that was being utilized to fulfill O. Reg. 170/03
            requirements was recording data with the prescribed format.


       *    Records confirmed that disinfectant residuals were routinely checked at the extremities and
            "dead ends" of the distribution system.


        *   Turbidity was being tested at least once every month from each well that is supplying water
            to the system.
            The Romeo wells are tested weekly for raw turbidity and daily for treated turbidity. Raw and treated
            turbidity are tested daily at all other pumphouses.
       *    Testing for parameters required by legislation, Order, or a Permit, Licence or Approval
            issued under Part V of the SDWA was conducted by laboratories in Ontario licenced to test
            for that parameter, or by eligible laboratories outside Ontario.




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    WATER QUALITY MONITORING
       *    The drinking water system owner had submitted written notices to the Director that
            identified the laboratories that were conducting tests for parameters required by legislation,
            Order Certificate of Approval (OWRA) or a Permit, Licence or Approval issued under Part V
            of the SDWA.


        *   Based on information provided by the owner/operator, samples were being taken and
            handled in accordance with instructions provided by the drinking-water system's
            laboratories.
            The Owner indicated that samples are being handled as per the instructions of the laboratory. The
            sample are shipped in a cooler with ice packs and brought to the laboratory within the required
            timeframe.
       *    The owner indicated that the required records are kept and will be kept for the required time
            period.


    WATER QUALITY ASSESSMENT
        *   The inspector collected audit samples during the inspection.

            Audit samples were taken from each pumphouse (except Chestnut due to maintenance activities),
            at the water towers and at different points in the distribution system.
        *   Results of Ministry audit sampling met the standards included in the Ontario Drinking Water
            Quality Standards (O. Reg. 169/03) and O.Reg. 170/03.
            The Ministry audit sample results indicate elevated concentrations of fluoride which is typical for
            the area and confirms the Owner's sampling results.
        *   Records show that water sample results taken during the review period met the Ontario
            Drinking Water Quality Standards (reg. 169/03), with the following exceptions:
            There was one adverse bacteriological sample taken on August 13, 2008 in which the laboratory
            result indicated contained TC = 1 CFU. The chlorine residual for the adverse sample was
            measured at 0.73 mg/L. Resample results of the drinking water dated August 15 and 16, 2008,
            indicated that there were no exceedances of bacteriological parameters. There were also a number
            of adverse plumbing samples related to the Community Lead Sampling Program in the two rounds
            of sampling undertaken by the Municipality.
    REPORTING & CORRECTIVE ACTIONS
        *   Corrective actions (as per Schedule 17) were taken to address adverse conditions,
            including any other steps that were directed by the Medical Officer of Health.
            The Owner took correctives actions by resampling after receiving notice from the laboratory of the
            adverse bacteriological sample.
        *   Corrective actions as directed by the Medical Officer of Health had been taken by the owner
            and operating authority to address exceedances of the lead standard.
            The Medical Officer of Health required the Owner to resample all adverse lead plumbing samples.

       *    All required notifications of adverse water quality incidents were immediately provided as
            per O.Reg. 170/03 16-6.


       *    All required notifications of adverse water quality incidents were provided as per O.Reg.
            170/03 16-7.



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    REPORTING & CORRECTIVE ACTIONS
       *    In instances where written notice of issue resolution was required by regulation, the notice
            was provided as per O.Reg. 170/03 16-9.


       *    All reporting requirements for lead plumbing samples were complied with as per schedule
            15.1-9 of O. Reg. 170/03.


        *   Where required continuous monitoring equipment used for the monitoring of chlorine
            residual and/or turbidity triggered an alarm or an automatic shut-off, a qualified person
            responded in a timely manner and took appropriate actions.
            The Owner has indicated that an operator will respond to an alarm situation at a pumphouse
            usually within an hour of the call.
       *    Annual Reports included the required information.



       *    The Annual Report was prepared by February 28th of the following year.



        *   Summary Reports for municipal council were completed on time, included the required
            content, and were distributed in accordance with the regulatory requirements.
            The previous inspection report identified a non-compliance issue related to the Summary Report
            that included the reporting of instantaneous peak flows. The Owner updated equipment in 2007
            and installed magnetic meters to resolve the issue of not reporting instantaneous flow rates in
            2006. This task was completed on December 14, 2007. The Owner included a summary of peak
            flow rate data for the last part of December 2007 in the current Summary Report.
       *    All written notices, warning notices and reports were issued by the owner in a form
            provided by or approved by the Director.


       *    The system was registered with the Ministry and provided the required notice containing
            information about the system.


        *   All changes to the system registration information were provided within ten (10) days of the
            change.
            The Owner updated the drinking water system contact information on November 03, 2008.

    OTHER INSPECTION FINDINGS
        *   The owner/operator had complied with all Orders or other control documents issued since
            the date of the previous inspection.
            There were 2 non-compliance items identified in the previous inspection report. These non
            compliance items dealt with the contents of the Annual and Summary Reports. The two issues
            were addressed in a timely manner by the Owner.




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NON-COMPLIANCE WITH REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS AND ACTIONS REQUIRED
This section provides a summary of all non-compliance with regulatory requirements identified during the
inspection period, as well as actions required to address these issues. Further details pertaining to these
items can be found in the body of the inspection report.


       Not Applicable




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SUMMARY OF BEST PRACTICE ISSUES AND RECOMMENDATIONS
This section provides a summary of all best practice issues identified during the inspection period. Details
pertaining to these items can be found in the body of the inspection report. Best Management Practices are
recommendations and not mandatory requirements, but may lead to safe drinking water for the consumer.

In the interest of continuous improvement in the interim, it is recommended that owners and operators
develop an awareness of the following practices and consider measures to implement them so that all
drinking water systems continuously improve their processes.

1. Operators were not aware of the operational criteria necessary to achieve primary disinfection
   within the drinking water system.

    The operators are aware that the reservoirs and contact pipes installed at the pumphouses are required to
    achieve the required CT for adequate primary disinfection. The operators are not aware of the minimum
    CT values for each pumphouses in order to ensure adequate primary disinfection given the actual flow
    rates, pH, temperature, and pipe size.
    Recommendation:
    It is recommended that the Owner clearly identify the minimum free chlorine residual at the end of the
    contact pipes / reservoirs in order to achieve adequate primary disinfection. This information should also
    be noted within each pumphouse as a means of advising all operators of the minimum concentration for
    free chlorine for operation of the plants. If there are different operating conditions for the works, the CT
    value should be determined and described for each operating condition.
2. Backflow preventers were not installed at each service connection to
   Industrial/Commercial/Institutional and agricultural process that were considered high hazard
   facilities.

    The Owner has indicated that they are presently working towards having backflow prevention devices
    installed at all major industries. The work is proceeding based on a priority ranking of high risk facilities
    first.
    Recommendation:
    It is recommended that the Owner continue their efforts to install and assess backflow prevention devices
    at all major and high risk industries.




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SIGNATURES

    Inspected By:                                               Signature: (Provincial Officer):

    Roland Plante


    Reviewed & Approved By:                                     Signature: (Supervisor):


    Ewoud Van Goch

    Review & Approval Date:



    Note: This inspection does not in any way suggest that there is or has been compliance with
    applicable legislation and regulations as they apply or may apply to this facility. It is, and remains,
    the responsibility of the owner and/or operating authority to ensure compliance with all applicable
    legislative and regulatory requirements.




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                APPLICATION OF THE RISK METHODOLOGY
   USED FOR MEASURING MUNICIPAL DRINKING WATER SYSTEM
                     INSPECTION RESULTS (FY 2008/2009)

The Ministry of the Environment (MOE) has a rigorous and comprehensive inspection
program for municipal residential drinking water systems (MRDWS). Its objective is to
determine the compliance of MRDWS with requirements under the Safe Drinking Water
Act, 2002, associated regulations and MOE Certificates of Approval (CofAs). It is the
responsibility of the municipal residential drinking water system owner to ensure their
drinking water systems are in compliance with all applicable legal requirements.

This document describes the risk rating methodology which will be applied to the
findings of the Ministry’s MRDWS inspection results starting in fiscal 2008/2009. The
primary goals of introducing this type of assessment are to encourage ongoing
improvement of these systems and to establish a way to measure their improvements.

The Ministry’s Municipal Residential Drinking Water Inspection Protocol contains up to
14 inspection modules and consists of up to 117 regulatory questions. Those protocol
questions are also linked to definitive guidance that Ministry inspectors use when
conducting MRDWS inspections. The questions address a wide range of regulatory
issues, from administrative procedures to drinking water quality monitoring. Additionally,
the inspection protocol contains many other non-regulatory questions.

A team of drinking water specialists in the Ministry have assessed each of the
inspection protocol regulatory questions to determine the risk of having a response in
the negative (i.e. not complying with the regulatory framework) that would compromise
the delivery of safe drinking water. This assessment was based on established
provincial risk assessment principles, with each question receiving an assigned risk
rating. Based on the number of areas where a system is deemed to be non-compliant
during the inspection, and the significance of these areas to administrative,
environmental, and health consequences, a risk-based inspection rating is calculated by
the Ministry for each MRDWS.

A low inspection rating would not necessarily mean that the drinking water provided by
that system is unsafe; however, it does indicate the degree to which there is room for
improvement in meeting the province’s regulatory requirements.

The inspection rating for a drinking water system will reflect the inspection results of the
specific DWS for the reporting year. When the methodology is applied consistently over
a period of years, it can serve as a comparative measure both provincially and in
relation to the individual system. Each MRDWS and the public will be able to track its
performance over time, which will encourage continuous improvement and allow
systems to identify specific areas requiring attention.




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This methodology for assessing inspection findings will be used as a tool to track
progress towards the Chief Drinking Water Inspector’s goal of achieving 100%
compliance with the regulatory framework on a province-wide basis.

Determining Potential to Compromise the Delivery of Safe Water

As noted, each MRDWS Inspection Protocol question was assessed by MOE drinking
water specialists to determine the potential to compromise the delivery of safe water
using a risk management approach that is aligned with the Government of Ontario’s
Inspections, Investigations and Enforcement (II&E) Risk Management Framework
which, in turn, is built on a universally accepted risk assessment method. Risk
management is a systematic approach to identifying potential hazards; understanding
the likelihood and consequences of the hazards; and taking steps to reduce their risk if
necessary and as appropriate.

The Government of Ontario mandated the II&E Secretariat to address the specific
challenges of managing risk in the context of Ontario’s regulatory environment and
across a variety of ministry program areas. The work of the II&E Secretariat resulted in
the development of the II&E Risk Management Framework which has subsequently
been adopted as the definitive risk management tool in the Ontario Public Service.

The II&E Risk Management Framework provides a formula to be used in the
determination of risk:

    RISK = LIKELIHOOD (of the consequence occurring) × CONSEQUENCE

Every regulatory question in the MRDWS Inspection Protocol possess’ a ”likelihood (L)”
and an assigned “consequence (C)” value as described in Table 1 and Table 2.

                                        Table 1

                                                                    Likelihood
                Likelihood of Consequence Occurring
                                                                      Value

               0% - 0.99% (Possible but highly unlikely)                 0

                           1 – 10% (Unlikely)                            1

                          11 – 49% (Possible)                            2

                            50 – 89% (Likely)                            3

                      90 – 100% (Almost Certain)                         4




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The consequence values (0 through 8) have been selected to align with other risk-
based programs and projects currently under development or in use within the Ministry
(as outlined in Table 2).

                                         Table 2

                                                          Consequence
                            Consequence
                                                             Value

                Medium Administrative Consequence                1

                Major Administrative Consequence                 2

                Minor Environmental Consequence                  3

                Minor Health Consequence                         4

                Medium Environmental Consequence                 5

                Major Environmental Consequence                  6

                Medium Health Consequence                        7

                Major Health Consequence                         8



The Question Risk Rating for each MRDWS legislative inspection question is derived
from an evaluation of every possible consequence and its corresponding likelihood of
occurrence:

   •   All levels of consequence are evaluated for their potential to occur
   •   Greatest of all the combinations is selected

The Question Risk Rating quantifies the risk of non-compliance of each question
relative to the others. Questions with higher values are those with a potentially more
significant impact on drinking water safety and a higher likelihood of occurrence. The
highest possible value would be 32 (4 × 8) and the lowest would be 0 (0 × 1).

Table 3 presents a sample Question Risk Rating determination.




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                                                           Table 3

Does the Operator in Charge ensure that the equipment and processes are monitored,
inspected and evaluated?
                                          Risk = Likelihood × Consequence
    C=1              C=2             C=3             C=4           C=5             C=6             C=7           C=8
  Medium            Major             Minor          Minor        Medium            Major         Medium         Major
Administrative   Administrative   Environmental      Health     Environmental   Environmental      Health        Health
Consequence      Consequence      Consequence     Consequence   Consequence     Consequence     Consequence   Consequence

   L=4              L=1              L=2             L=3           L=3             L=1             L=3           L=2
 (Almost         (Unlikely)       (Possible)       (Likely)      (Likely)       (Unlikely)       (Likely)     (Possible)
 Certain)
   R=4              R=2              R=6            R=12          R=15             R=6            R=21          R=16


        Application of the Methodology to Inspection Results

        Based on the results of a MRDWS inspection, an overall inspection risk rating is
        calculated. During an inspection, inspectors answer the questions that relate to
        regulatory compliance and input their responses as “yes”, “no” or “not applicable” into
        the Ministry’s Laboratory & Waterworks Inspection System (LWIS) database. A “no”
        response indicates non-compliance. The maximum number of regulatory questions
        asked by an inspector varies by system (e.g. distribution, stand-alone), type of
        inspection (e.g. focused, detailed), source type (e.g. groundwater, surface water) as
        each inspection is based on a list of questions targeted to that individual MRDWS.

        The question risk ratings of all non-compliant answers are summed and divided by the
        sum of the question risk ratings of all questions asked (maximum question rating). The
        resulting inspection risk rating is subtracted from 100% to arrive at a Final Inspection
        Rating.

        Table 4 provides a sample inspection rating for a hypothetical inspection of two
        questions. In this example, the risk value of all non-compliant responses is 2 and the
        maximum risk value of all the questions asked is 6. Based on the inspection findings,
        the MRDWS would have a Total Non-Compliance Rating of 33% (room for
        improvement) and a Total Inspection Rating of 66%.




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                                        Table 4
                                                   Question                     Non-
   Inspection       Likelihood    Consequence                   Compliant
                                                     Risk                    Compliance
    Question          Value          Value                      (Y–N–N/A)
                                                    Rating                     Rating
 Does the
 Operator in
 Charge ensure
                                       7
 that the
                         3          (Medium
 equipment and                                         21          NO            21 / 21
                      (Likely)       Health
 processes are
                                  Consequence)
 monitored,
 inspected and
 evaluated?
 Are all required
 microbiological
                        2               8
 water quality
                    (Possible)    (Major Health        16          YES           0 / 16
 monitoring
                                  Consequence)
 requirements
 being met?
           Maximum Question Rating                     37
        Inspection Risk Rating                              21 / 37 = 56%
        Final Inspection Rating                         100% - 56% = 44%


The result of applying this risk-based methodology to inspection results is that the
resulting rating accounts for a variety of non-compliance issues. A relatively low rating
may result from incidents of non-compliance with one or two high risk requirements, or it
may result from incidents of non-compliance with several medium or low risk
requirements. Generally, it speaks to the overall efforts of a MRDWS to comply with all
of the regulatory requirements that pertain to safe drinking water in the Province of
Ontario.


Application of the Proposed Methodology for Public Reporting

The individual MRDWS Total Inspection Ratings will be published, as a banded result,
in the Ministry’s Chief Drinking Water Inspector’s Annual Report covering the current
fiscal inspection year.

Figure 1 presents the results of the Fiscal 2006-2007 annual inspections using the 5%
banding as described above. Using this method, individual DWS can determine how
they compare against all the other inspected facilities without being exposed to
individual facility results.




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                                                                                   Figure 1

                                         FY 2006/07 Distribution of Ratings by 5% Banding


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Reporting Results to MRDWS Owners/Operators

A summary of inspection findings for each system will be generated in the form of a
“Ministry of the Environment - Inspection Summary Rating Record (IRR)”. The
findings are grouped into the 14 possible modules of the inspection protocol which
would provide the MRDWS owner/operator with information on the areas where they
need to improve. The 14 modules are:

   1.              Source
   2.              Permit to Take Water
   3.              Capacity Assessment
   4.              Treatment Processes
   5.              Process Wastewater
   6.              Distribution System
   7.              Operations Manuals
   8.              Logbooks



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   9.      Contingency and Emergency Planning
   10.     Consumer Relations
   11.     Certification and Training
   12.     Water Quality Monitoring
   13.     Reporting, Notification and Corrective Actions
   14.     Other Inspection Findings


Changes to the IRR Methodology Relative to Previous Fiscal Inspection
Years

The Ministry of the Environment assured MRDWS stakeholders that the rating
methodology would be reviewed every three years. This three year period concludes
with the beginning of the current 2008/09 inspection year.

A comprehensive evaluation of the Inspection Rating model used to date revealed
numerous areas for improvement:

   •     Chronic administrative issues & high ratings
   •     Specific situations (“grey areas”) required Supervisor/Manager intervention
   •     Inspection ratings did not fully integrate detailed risk management principles

The consequence values that were assigned to each relevant regulatory question
remained unchanged from April 1, 2005 to March 31, 2008. The rating methodology
used over those three years has been modified and now represents an improved metric
for the evaluation the risk/safety of operations at MRDWS. This improvement represents
a continuous improvement initiative.

Another improvement for the current fiscal inspection year involves the distribution of
both the Inspection Report and the IRR immediately at the conclusion of each MRDWS
inspection.




May 2008                MRDWS Inspection Risk Methodology                 Page 7 of 7
                   Ministry of the Environment - Inspection Summary Rating Record (Reporting Year - 2008-2009)

                      DWS Name:                         STRATFORD WELL SUPPLY
                   DWS Number:                          220000530
                     DWS Owner:                         Stratford, The Corporation Of The City Of
               Municipal Location:                      Stratford
                      Regulation:                       O.REG 170/03
                        Category:                       Large Municipal Residential System
              Type Of Inspection:                       Detailed
                Inspection Date:                        October 1, 2008
                  Ministry Office:                      London District


                                                                                                                                 Maximum Question Rating: 865

                                                                                                 Inspection Module                      Non-Compliance Rating
                                                                           Source                                                               0 / 28
                                                                           Permit To Take Water                                                 0 / 30
                                                                           Capacity Assessment                                                  0 / 42
                                                                           Treatment Processes                                                 0 / 115
                                                                           Operations Manuals                                                   0 / 42
                                                                           Logbooks                                                             0 / 42
                                                                           Contingency/Emergency Planning                                       0 / 31
                                                                           Consumer Relations                                                   0 / 16
                                                                           Certification and Training                                           0 / 65
                                                                           Water Quality Monitoring                                            0 / 320
                                                                           Reporting & Corrective Actions                                      0 / 126
                                                                           Other Inspection Findings                                            0/8
                                                                                                                                TOTAL          0 / 865


                                                                                                                                 Inspection Risk Rating 0.00%


                                                                                                                        FINAL INSPECTION RATING: 100.00%




                                   Inspection Rating Record Generated On 18-DEC-08 (Inspection ID: 1-6ODLZ).
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                    Ministry of the Environment - Detailed Inspection Rating Record (Reporting Year - 2008-2009)

                      DWS Name:                         STRATFORD WELL SUPPLY
                   DWS Number:                          220000530
                     DWS Owner:                         Stratford, The Corporation Of The City Of
               Municipal Location:                      Stratford
                      Regulation:                       O.REG 170/03
                        Category:                       Large Municipal Residential System
              Type Of Inspection:                       Detailed
                Inspection Date:                        October 1, 2008
                  Ministry Office:                      London District




                                                                                                                                 Maximum Question Rating: 865


                                                                                                                                 Inspection Risk Rating 0.00%


                                                                                                                        FINAL INSPECTION RATING: 100.00%




                                   Inspection Rating Record Generated On 18-DEC-08 (Inspection ID: 1-6ODLZ).
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        APPENDIX B

MONTHLY WATER USAGE REPORT

           2008
                                                                       2008 - MONTHLY WATER CONSUMPTION
                   500,000


                   400,000


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                   100,000


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                                  JAN              FEB             MAR               APR              MAY              JUN              JUL             AUG               SEP             OCT       NOV        DEC


                                                                                                            MONTHLY PUMPAGES


                                                CHESTNT                 LORNE            MORNGTN                        DUNN             O'LOANE                   ROMEO                        TOTAL           Available        by
                                                                                                                                                                                                               (m3/Month)     capacity
31   JANUARY                                             9742               3953                 10290                  82600                  39853                227090                        373,528            992000      37.7%   JAN   373528
28  FEBRUARY                                             7106               7432                  9740                  64540                  44880                220970                        354,668            896000      39.6%   FEB   354668
31     MARCH                                             7036               4019                 16720                  74350                  43875                233990                        379,990            992000      38.3%   MAR   379990
30      APRIL                                            5680               2247                  8685                  86217                  49684                238000                        390,513            960000      40.7%   APR   390513
31        MAY                                            6866               2631                 10460                  90219                  57832                239531                        407,539            992000      41.1%   MAY   407539
30      JUNE                                             7140               2240                 10500                  84670                  59180                249300                        413,030            960000      43.0%   JUN   413030
31       JULY                                            7130               4070                 14470                  79410                  48520                246600                        400,200            992000      40.3%   JUL   400200
31    AUGUST                                             6840               3470                  9000                  85480                  56090                255730                        416,610            992000      42.0%   AUG   416610
30 SEPTEMBER                                             7740               4510                 18210                  83640                  46490                236510                        397,100            960000      41.4%   SEP   397100
31   OCTOBER                                             6890               3950                 11390                  77810                  47010                233630                        380,680            992000      38.4%   OCT   380680
30 NOVEMBER                                              6390               3820                 11560                  83610                  31000                209370                        345,750            960000      36.0%   NOV   345750
31 DECEMBER                                              5090              23090                 11020                  38500                  43540                229210                        350,450            992000      35.3%   DEC   350450

        TOTAL                                          83650               65432               142045                931046                   567954              2819931                       4,610,058                                      4610058

   % of total pumped                                    1.8%                1.4%                  3.1%                  20.2%                  12.3%                 61.2%                        100.0%
   Max Flow               L/min                         2,500               1,370                 3,410                  5,000                  3,406                11,814
   Max Usage/day         m3/day.                        3600                1973                  4910                   7200                   4905                 17012                         22,588
   % use by capacity                                    6.4%                9.1%                  7.9%                  35.4%                  31.7%                 45.4%                         55.9%

  Min. Daily Flow                   4,470 m3                               Average Daily Flow                          12,596 m3                               Max. Daily Flow                     18,670 m3

RESERVE SUPPLY                                                                                                                                                                              Cubic Meters
             Forman Ave. Tower ...........................................................................................................................                                         5,680
             Dufferin Tower .....................................................................................................................................                                  3,790
             Chestnut Street ...................................................................................................                                                                     239
             Mornington Street .............................................................................................                                                                         150
             Romeo Water Centre .......................................................................................................................                                            1,288
             Romeo St. new reservoir ....................................................................................................                                                          7,500
                                                                                                                                                                                                   -------
                         Total ........................................................................................................................................................           18,647



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  JANUARY 2008                   MONTHLY SUMMARY - WATER PUMPAGE (m3)

DATE                 CHESTNUT     LORNE    MORNGTN        DUNN    O'LOANE ROMEO           TOTAL
JAN.       1   Tue         190        230       320          1460       260  6020            8480
           2   Wed         210        200       420          3190      1400  7360           12780
           3   Thu         210        180       260          2180      1510  7510           11850
           4   Fri        3130        250       300          3140       470  6250           13540
           5   Sat         190        180       310          3160      1210  7160           12210
           6   Sun         190        160       250          1990      1010  6900           10500
           7   Mon         190        170       210          3170       510  6410           10660
           8   Tue         210        180       310          3150      2200  8540           14590
           9   Wed         222        213       480          1920      1463 13310           17608
          10   Thu         220        230       450          3150      2030  7780           13860
          11   Fri         240        560       460          2770      1590  7150           12770
          12   Sat         200        170       240          2240       570  6330            9750
          13   Sun         200        180       250          3280      1300  7230           12440
          14   Mon         210        140       280          3240       650  6180           10700
          15   Tue         220        110       540          3280      1760  7550           13460
          16   Wed         320           0      490          2200      1550  7340           11900
          17   Thu         250          10      420          3240       770  6450           11140
          18   Fri          70           0      260          2960      2150  8550           13990
          19   Sat         250           0      370          1850       420  5970            8860
          20   Sun         290           0      420          3300       430  6010           10450
          21   Mon         330          90      310          3290      2630  8660           15310
          22   Tue         290          50      440          1930       460  5960            9130
          23   Wed         220        130       250          3260      2630  9080           15570
          24   Thu         130           0      320          2070      1060  6880           10460
          25   Fri         180           0      190          2450      1440  7340           11600
          26   Sat         210           0      260          2220       600  6330            9620
          27   Sun         190           0      260          3270      1940  7920           13580
          28   Mon         210        230       250          2190      1400  7390           11670
          29   Tue         190          90      300          2430      1680  7620           12310
          30   Wed         320        110       320          2310      1880  7630           12570
          31   Thu         260          90      350          2310       880  6280           10170

Max Pump.                 3130         560         540      3300      2630
TOTAL                     9742        3953       10290     82600     39853    227090       373528

% total                   2.6%        1.1%         2.8%    22.1%     10.7%    60.8%        100.0%
                                         0            0         0        0         0 ##
Min Daily Usage           8480      Average Daily Usage    12049    Maximum Daily Usage     17608
 FEBRUARY 2008                   MONTHLY SUMMARY - WATER PUMPAGE (m3)

DATE                 CHESTNUT     LORNE    MORNGTN        DUNN    O'LOANE ROMEO          TOTAL
FEB.       1   Fri         210         130      300          3210      1440  7010          12300
           2   Sat         270          40      250          2110       650  6240           9560
           3   Sun         250          90      280          3120       610  6230          10580
           4   Mon         210         130      280          3100      1970  7900          13590
           5   Tue         270          80      470          2340      1490  7010          11660
           6   Wed         250          70      220          3100       680  6430          10750
           7   Thu         250          80      260          3090      2450  8860          14990
           8   Fri         230          40      230          1930      1090  6990          10510
           9   Sat         230          50      240          2080       560  6270           9430
          10   Sun         230          60      290          3130      2070  8020          13800
          11   Mon         220         720      260           120      2440  8770          12530
          12   Tue         210         180      300          1780       350  7550          10370
          13   Wed         330         100      350          2920       700  7660          12060
          14   Thu         230          60      590          3070      2440  8570          14960
          15   Fri         227          50      360          2050      1230  6390          10307
          16   Sat         210          50      230          2670       720  6490          10370
          17   Sun         240          30      270          3180      1990  8200          13910
          18   Mon         260          70      170          2090      2190  8390          13170
          19   Tue         189          62      240          2110      1300 11250          15151
          20   Wed         230          60      260          2480      1840  7770          12640
          21   Thu         230         170      370          2570      1630  7430          12400
          22   Fri         250          50      420          3200       850  6330          11100
          23   Sat         290          50      490          3230      1290  7010          12360
          24   Sun         260          50      520          1960       710  6270           9770
          25   Mon         230          40      290          3180      3020  9480          16240
          26   Tue         310         590      410           570      2110  7950          11940
          27   Wed         320        1450      270           150      2170  8010          12370
          28   Thu         230        1440      560             0      2530  8280          13040
          29   Fri         240        1440      560             0      2360  8210          12810


Max Pump.                  330        1450         590      3230     3020
TOTAL                     7106        7432        9740     64540    44880    220970       354668

% total                   2.0%        2.1%        2.7%     18.2%    12.7%     62.3%       100.0%

Min Daily Usage              0      Average Daily Usage    11822   Maximum Daily Usage     16240
   MARCH 2008                   MONTHLY SUMMARY - WATER PUMPAGE (m3)

DATE                 CHESTNUT     LORNE     MORNGTN      DUNN    O'LOANE   ROMEO        TOTAL

MAR.       1   Sat        290         990         250        0      2050      8020        11600
           2   Sun        230         900         260        0      2330      8440        12160
           3   Mon        380         330         260     1300      1860      7500        11630
           4   Tue        390          60         800     3100       670      6300        11320
           5   Wed        250          60         260     3160      1980      7970        13680
           6   Thu        240          70         290     1980      1570      7490        11640
           7   Fri        230          70         310     3030       550      6320        10510
           8   Sat        290          40         290     3150      2040      8280        14090
           9   Sun        240          40         270     1850       310      5990         8700
          10   Mon        210          40         210     3100      2480      8650        14690
          11   Tue        250          70         350     1950      1290      7200        11110
          12   Wed        256          59         280     2260       915      8330        12100
          13   Thu        240          60         280     3060      1450      7310        12400
          14   Fri        280          50         270     3050      1530      7360        12540
          15   Sat         80          40         240     3040       650      6470        10520
          16   Sun         20          40         240     3050      2470      8720        14540
          17   Mon        120          50         260     2060      2330      8540        13360
          18   Tue        260          40         320     1920      1690      7600        11830
          19   Wed        300         160         310     2940      1730      7240        12680
          20   Thu        280          50         420     2930      1870      7560        13110
          21   Fri        260         100         260     2370      1820      7710        12520
          22   Sat        220          50        1140     1980       450      7340        11180
          23   Sun        200          90         640     3070         0      6630        10630
          24   Mon        270         100        2420     3050         0      9240        15080
          25   Tue        180          80         450     3060      1380      7580        12730
          26   Wed        210          70         270     3050      2010      7900        13510
          27   Thu        210          60         300     2220      2430      8800        14020
          28   Fri        230          50        2020     1880       330      5950        10460
          29   Sat        140          60        2410     1640       250      5990        10490
          30   Sun        120          70         290     3110      2060      8200        13850
          31   Mon        160          70         350     1990      1380      7360        11310

Max Pump.                 390         990        2420     3160      2480
TOTAL                    7036        4019       16720    74350     43875    233990       379990

% total                  1.9%        1.1%        4.4%    19.6%     11.5%     61.6%       100.0%

Min Daily Usage          8700      Average Daily Usage   12258    Maximum Daily Usage     15080

    20
    APRIL 2008                  MONTHLY SUMMARY - WATER PUMPAGE (m3)

DATE                 CHESTNUT     LORNE     MORNGTN      DUNN    O'LOANE   ROMEO        TOTAL

APR.       1   Tue        140          60         310     3090      1600      7410        12610
           2   Wed         90          80         290     3070      1840      7910        13280
           3   Thu        145          83         300     3070      1783      7830        13211
           4   Fri        184          98         320     3070      1188      8480        13340
           5   Sat         10          70         240     3080      2320      9160        14880
           6   Sun        180          40         250     1690       850      6680         9690
           7   Mon        150         108         215     3300      1486      7660        12919
           8   Tue        230         120         230     3090      1530      7690        12890
           9   Wed        220         130         240     3080      1500      7590        12760
          10   Thu        200          90         280     3070      1880      8090        13610
          11   Fri        200          70         190     3090       710      6560        10820
          12   Sat        200          90         280     3080      1860      8370        13880
          13   Sun        210         100         330     1830       960      6980        10410
          14   Mon        370          70         410     3090      1900      8050        13890
          15   Tue        180          50         240     3060      1750      7950        13230
          16   Wed        210          60         300     3070      1980      8250        13870
          17   Thu        200          40         300     3060      1610      7870 +      13080
          18   Fri        190          80         300     3060      1620      7850        13100
          19   Sat        210          60         200     2480      1690      7950        12590
          20   Sun        180          50         250     1960      1850      8140        12430
          21   Mon        190          70         280     2240      2350      9160        14290
          22   Tue        240          70         470     2280      2060      8640        13760
          23   Wed        210          70         270     3050      1940      8300        13840
          24   Thu        210          40         320     3040      1810      8160        13580
          25   Fri        180         130         290     2970      1450      7660        12680
          26   Sat        220          60         370     2500      1560      7680        12390
          27   Sun        100          80         370     3160      1120      6970        11800
          28   Mon        220          50         230     3170      2110      8550        14330
          29   Tue        210          60         280     3170      1710      7930        13360
          30   Wed        201          68         330     3247      1667      8480        13993

Max Pump.                 370         130         470     3300      2350
TOTAL                    5680        2247        8685    86217     49684    238000       390513

% total                  1.5%        0.6%        2.2%    22.1%     12.7%     60.9%       100.0%

Min Daily Usage          9690      Average Daily Usage   13017    Maximum Daily Usage     14880
      MAY 2008                  MONTHLY SUMMARY - WATER PUMPAGE (m3)

DATE                 CHESTNUT     LORNE     MORNGTN      DUNN    O'LOANE   ROMEO        TOTAL

MAY        1   Thu        191          51         330     3301      1586       772         6231
           2   Fri        175          55         280     3206       245       509         4470
           3   Sat        190          50         290     3410      1830      8400        14170
           4   Sun        190          60         270     2020      1220      7390        11150
           5   Mon        180          40         280     3210      2320      8860        14890
           6   Tue        220          70         360     3200      1610      7770        13230
           7   Wed        360         200         400     3090      1430      7380        12860
           8   Thu        300          90         520     3110      2230      8690        14940
           9   Fri        220          90         460     3140      2650      9550        16110
          10   Sat        220          70         330     2030      1670      7750        12070
          11   Sun        230          60         420     1970       600      6330         9610
          12   Mon        340          60         330     3150      2490      9100        15470
          13   Tue        100          60         720     3330      1688      6040        11938
          14   Wed        270         305         280     3162      2213      8100        14330
          15   Thu        250         210         290     2630      2720      9620        15720
          16   Fri        210          90         330     3200      2100      8370        14300
          17   Sat        200          70         250     2170      1730      7940        12360
          18   Sun        210          70         230     1780       350      6050         8690
          19   Mon        200          80         230     3210      1880      8370        13970
          20   Tue        260          70         230     3190      1920      8520        14190
          21   Wed        240          80         420     3190      1580      7680        13190
          22   Thu        250         100         520     3180      1910      7880        13840
          23   Fri        270         100         330     3170      2300      8530        14700
          24   Sat        250          70         310     2600      2060      8540        13830
          25   Sun        260          90         380     2060      2020      8400        13210
          26   Mon        170          40         240     3200      2370      9070        15090
          27   Tue        210          70         310     2710      2960      9760        16020
          28   Wed        180          50         300     3130      3900     11110        18670
          29   Thu        180          50         290     3170      1770      8300        13760
          30   Fri        160          60         280     3160      2000      8370        14030
          31   Sat        180          70         250     3140       480      6380        10500

Max Pump.                 360         305         720     3410      3900     11110
TOTAL                    6866        2631       10460    90219     57832    239531       407539

% total                  1.7%        0.6%        2.6%    22.1%     14.2%     58.8%       100.0%

Min Daily Usage          4470      Average Daily Usage   13146    Maximum Daily Usage     18670
     JUNE 2008                  MONTHLY SUMMARY - WATER PUMPAGE (m3)

DATE                 CHESTNUT     LORNE     MORNGTN      DUNN    O'LOANE   ROMEO        TOTAL

JUN.       1   Sun        190          50         250     3180      2140      8780        14590
           2   Mon        380          80         310     3160      2380      9170        15480
           3   Tue        180          60         280     3160      1780      8070        13530
           4   Wed        220         100         310     3160      2380      8830        15000
           5   Thu        230          90         300     3150      2590      9260        15620
           6   Fri        220          70         350     3160      3020      9780        16600
           7   Sat         60           0         130     3130      2050      8430        13800
           8   Sun        220           0         150     2640      2080      8520        13610
           9   Mon        410           0         450     3160      2000      8370        14390
          10   Tue        230           0         370     3140      1820      7760        13320
          11   Wed        220          30         440     3150      2080      8400        14320
          12   Thu        240          20         370     3140      2290      8670        14730
          13   Fri        230           0         640     3130      1410      7340        12750
          14   Sat        300           0         310     3110       900      6650        11270
          15   Sun        250           0         330     3140      2380      8810        14910
          16   Mon        300          60         380     2280      2520      8660        14200
          17   Tue        230         320         370     2270      1730      7550        12470
          18   Wed        230          90         410     3160      1910      8180        13980
          19   Thu        230         100         380     3140      2030      8350        14230
          20   Fri        220          90         400     3130      2470      9040        15350
          21   Sat        190          90         280     1870      1140      7280        10850
          22   Sun        160         100         280     2440      1710      7990        12680
          23   Mon        220          90         530     2360      2080      9260        14540
          24   Tue        220          80         340     2300      2490      8920        14350
          25   Wed        260         130         490     2400      2280      8700        14260
          26   Thu        320         120         250     2210      2390      8740        14030
          27   Fri        150         120         360     2170      2360      8930        14090
          28   Sat        230         100         340     1870       320      6080         8940
          29   Sun        220         120         350     3210       400      6150        10450
          30   Mon        380         130         350     3150      2050      8630        14690

Max Pump.                 410         320         640     3210      3020
TOTAL                    7140        2240       10500    84670     59180    249300       413030

% total                  1.7%        0.5%        2.5%    20.5%     14.3%     60.4%       100.0%

Min Daily Usage          8940      Average Daily Usage   13768    Maximum Daily Usage     16600
       JULY 2008                MONTHLY SUMMARY - WATER PUMPAGE (m3)

DATE                 CHESTNUT     LORNE     MORNGTN      DUNN    O'LOANE   ROMEO        TOTAL

JUL.       1   Tue        210         130         270     2220      2050      8450        13330
           2   Wed        430         130         240     2130      1870      8430        13230
           3   Thu        210         110         260     2110      1860      8210        12760
           4   Fri        190         100         300     2150      2070      8670        13480
           5   Sat        200         110         270     1960      1840      8260        12640
           6   Sun         60         130         350     2010      2100      8540        13190
           7   Mon        240         120         390     2130      2320      8980        14180
           8   Tue        240         140         320     2150      1950      8540        13340
           9   Wed        220         140         440     2270      1960      8380        13410
          10   Thu        250         190         510     3100      1700      7810        13560
          11   Fri        220         150         290     3060      1190      6760        11670
          12   Sat        210         100         290     3150      1260      7330        12340
          13   Sun        200         120         240     2490       490      6390         9930
          14   Mon        180          90         260     3170      2660      9530        15890
          15   Tue        240         100        1520     2130       810      8630        13430
          16   Wed        230         110         490     2160      1900      8370        13260
          17   Thu        210         110         350     2260      1940      8850        13720
          18   Fri        230         110         290     2330      1990      8790        13740
          19   Sat        220         110         280     1990       250      6090         8940
          20   Sun        210          90         270     3180      1720      8440        13910
          21   Mon        180         100         270     2240      1890      8750        13430
          22   Tue        260         130        2240     2050       310      6060        11050
          23   Wed        280         190        1230     3150      1530      7610        13990
          24   Thu        260         200         430     3120      1500      7760        13270
          25   Fri        250         200         290     3120       670      6480        11010
          26   Sat        200         110         400     3070      1940      8560        14280
          27   Sun        200          90         360     1920       350      6080         9000
          28   Mon        340         120         260     3190      2320      9450        15680
          29   Tue        280         250         300     3140      1450      7530        12950
          30   Wed        240         130         410     3130      1750      8080        13740
          31   Thu        240         160         650     3130       880      6790        11850

Max Pump.                 430         250        2240     3190      2660
TOTAL                    7130        4070       14470    79410     48520    246600       400200

% total                  1.8%        1.0%        3.6%    19.8%     12.1%     61.6%       100.0%

Min Daily Usage          8940      Average Daily Usage   12910    Maximum Daily Usage     15890
   AUGUST 2008                  MONTHLY SUMMARY - WATER PUMPAGE (m3)

DATE                 CHESTNUT     LORNE     MORNGTN      DUNN O'LOANE     ROMEO        TOTAL

AUG.       1   Fri        280         190         290     3140     2340      8790         15030
           2   Sat        260         130         350     1810      660      6080          9290
           3   Sun        280         130         370     3120      870      6120         10890
           4   Mon        260         150         440     3030     1480      7680         13040
           5   Tue        340         200         580     3020     1430      7560         13130
           6   Wed        100         120         400     3040     1910      8400         13970
           7   Thu        280         120         320     3020     2130      8810         14680
           8   Fri        330         120         370     3010     2000      8450         14280
           9   Sat        240         120         260     1980     1480      7710         11790
          10   Sun        230         110         300     1980     1130      6980         10730
          11   Mon        200          90         250     3140     2150      9000         14830
          12   Tue        230          90         400     2300     2100      8890         14010
          13   Wed        230          90         320     2250     1940      8520         13350
          14   Thu        220         110         300     3140     1720      8210         13700
          15   Fri        210          80         470     3130     1290      7590         12770
          16   Sat        170          80          60     3110     1770      8300         13490
          17   Sun        190         100           0     2320     1840      8420         12870
          18   Mon        190          80           0     3090     2060      8860         14280
          19   Tue        220         150         200     3060     1990      8260         13880
          20   Wed         70         120         370     3000     1840      8290         13690
          21   Thu        240         100         340     3210     2460      9230         15580
          22   Fri        210         110         250     3010     2190      9080         14850
          23   Sat        210          90         280     2300     2120      8850         13850
          24   Sun        210         110         250     2380     1330      7600         11880
          25   Mon        220         110         270     3110     2340      9270         15320
          26   Tue        200         100         290     3090     2110      8800         14590
          27   Wed        220         100         240     3050     2230      8900         14740
          28   Thu        180         100         270     3030     1650      8100         13330
          29   Fri        210          90         280     2290     2010      8590         13470
          30   Sat        220         100         240     2140     1740      8150         12590
          31   Sun        190          80         240     2180     1780      8240         12710

Max Pump.                 340         200         580     3210     2460
TOTAL                    6840        3470        9000    85480    56090     255730       416610

% total                  1.6%        0.8%        2.2%    20.5%    13.5%     61.4%        100.0%

Min Daily Usage          9290      Average Daily Usage   13439   Maximum Daily Usage      15580
SEPTEMBER 2008                  MONTHLY SUMMARY - WATER PUMPAGE (m3)

DATE                 CHESTNUT     LORNE     MORNGTN      DUNN    O'LOANE   ROMEO        TOTAL

SEP.       1   Mon        200          90         310     2230      2030      8590        13450
           2   Tue        210          90         260     3040      2400      9330        15330
           3   Wed        220         120         280     2980      2420      9240        15260
           4   Thu        200         100         410     2950      1900      8480        14040
           5   Fri        240         130         360     2440      2040      8610        13820
           6   Sat        170         100         380     2120      1670      7950        12390
           7   Sun        200         110         280     2150      1110      6980        10830
           8   Mon        190         110         460     3150      1700      7870        13480
           9   Tue        230         340         240     2330      1870      8360        13370
          10   Wed        250         150         460     2430      1900      8170        13360
          11   Thu        240         370         320     3090      1480      7600        13100
          12   Fri        240         210         480     3070      1010      6270        11280
          13   Sat        220         120         340     3090      1750      7890        13410
          14   Sun        340         300         300     2060      1360      5680        10040
          15   Mon        380         100         250     3160      2560      9570        16020
          16   Tue        220         130         300     2180      1940      8290        13060
          17   Wed        280         160         430     3100      1620      7360        12950
          18   Thu        250         150         420     3080      1680      7810        13390
          19   Fri        360         120         450     3070      1040      6260        11300
          20   Sat        360         120         360     3090      1920      8240        14090
          21   Sun        290         130         450     2140       445      6690        10145
          22   Mon        240         110        1800     3100      1779      8610        15639
          23   Tue        380         200        1930     3100      1916      7800        15326
          24   Wed        300         140        2540     3080         0      8970        15030
          25   Thu        270         140        2310     3020         0      8480        14220
          26   Fri        290         130         550     2990      1020      6830        11810
          27   Sat        250         180         380     2980       580      6230        10600
          28   Sun        300         160         490     3010      1820      8140        13920
          29   Mon        210         100         330     3040      1960      8340        13980
          30   Tue        210         100         340     2370      1570      7870        12460

Max Pump.                 380         370        2540     3160      2560
TOTAL                    7740        4510       18210    83640     46490    236510       397100

% total                  1.9%        1.1%        4.6%    21.1%     11.7%     59.6%       100.0%

Min Daily Usage         10040      Average Daily Usage   13237    Maximum Daily Usage     16020
OCTOBER 2008                    MONTHLY SUMMARY - WATER PUMPAGE (m3)

DATE                 CHESTNUT     LORNE     MORNGTN      DUNN    O'LOANE   ROMEO        TOTAL

OCT.       1   Wed        260         130         440     2620      1500      7740        12690
           2   Thu        260         120         320     3110      1640      7790        13240
           3   Fri        260         100         330     2580      1450      7500        12220
           4   Sat        220         110         240     2210      1370      7460        11610
           5   Sun         80         130         250     2170      1980      8340        12950
           6   Mon         70         180         400     3140      1220      7150        12160
           7   Tue          0         230         420     2490      2060      8550        13750
           8   Wed          0         210         270     2440      2130      8820        13870
           9   Thu        330         100         360     2390      1930      8590        13700
          10   Fri        200         100         230     2170      1110      7220        11030
          11   Sat        190         100         240     2220      1430      7640        11820
          12   Sun        190         100         250     2190      1590      7880        12200
          13   Mon        190         120         240     2080      1310      7500        11440
          14   Tue        260         110         470     3100      1280      7490        12710
          15   Wed        290         130         540     3120       960      6570        11610
          16   Thu        360         210         570     3120      2320      9200        15780
          17   Fri        290         140         340     2160       300      5740         8970
          18   Sat        280         130         380     3160      1880      6250        12080
          19   Sun        290         140         410     3080      3860      5710        13490
          20   Mon        380         150         740     2270       830      6640        11010
          21   Tue        320         130         580     3040      2050      8490        14610
          22   Wed        220          90         340     2290      1530      7940        12410
          23   Thu        220         120         330     2340      1440      7940        12390
          24   Fri        200         120         350     2250      1080      7370        11370
          25   Sat        200          90         310     2200      1710      8060        12570
          26   Sun        200         110         250     1980       950      6950        10440
          27   Mon        210          90         290     2410      1230      7900        12130
          28   Tue        200          90         310     2430      1530      7870        12430
          29   Wed        200         120         350     2430      1740      8120        12960
          30   Thu        310         140         480     2280      1120      7030        11360
          31   Fri        210         110         360     2340       480      6180         9680

Max Pump.                 380         230         740     3160      3860
TOTAL                    6890        3950       11390    77810     47010    233630       380680

% total                  1.8%        1.0%        3.0%    20.4%     12.3%     61.4%       100.0%

Min Daily Usage          8970      Average Daily Usage   12280    Maximum Daily Usage     15780
 NOVEMBER 2008                  MONTHLY SUMMARY - WATER PUMPAGE (m3)

DATE                 CHESTNUT     LORNE     MORNGTN      DUNN    O'LOANE   ROMEO        TOTAL

NOV.       1   Sat        210         130         340     3180      1580      7850        13290
           2   Sun        210         120         360     2020       820      6630        10160
           3   Mon        350          90         370     3310       590      6530        11240
           4   Tue        230         150         350     3180      2220      9020        15150
           5   Wed        230         140         660     2090       820      6640        10580
           6   Thu        230         140         400     3140      1620      8140        13670
           7   Fri        230         140         400     3150      1620      8140        13680
           8   Sat        330         120         480     1800       260      5720         8710
           9   Sun        240         130         390     3190       340      5770        10060
          10   Mon        180         130         350     3170      2290      9130        15250
          11   Tue        240          20         370     3140      2300      8670        14740
          12   Wed        220         100         400     2500      1320      7510        12050
          13   Thu        280         180        1210     3140       630      6010        11450
          14   Fri         80         100         440     3170      1140      7100        12030
          15   Sat        210         100         310     1850       390      5830         8690
          16   Sun        190         100         290     3140       850      6700        11270
          17   Mon        240          80         270     2410      1520      7640        12160
          18   Tue        280         110         410     2180      1170      6880        11030
          19   Wed        270         110         410     2390       640      6040         9860
          20   Thu        260         110         330     3100      1690      7920        13410
          21   Fri        250         180         310     1780       250      5500         8270
          22   Sat        220         100         340     3170       220      5950 .      10000
          23   Sun        200         120         370     3160       940      6880        11670
          24   Mon        230          90         330     2340       530      7700        11220
          25   Tue        200         190         390     3220      1400      7840        13240
          26   Wed         40         100         260     1990       340      6210         8940
          27   Thu        190         450         240     3220       380      6380        10860
          28   Fri        120         110         260     3140       850      6960        11440
          29   Sat        110          90         260     3170       180      6040         9850
          30   Sun        120          90         260     3170      2100      6040        11780

Max Pump.                 350         450        1210     3310      2300
TOTAL                    6390        3820       11560    83610     31000    209370       345750

% total                  1.8%        1.1%        3.3%    24.2%      9.0%     60.6%       100.0%

Min Daily Usage          8270      Average Daily Usage   11525    Maximum Daily Usage     15250
 DECEMBER 2008                 MONTHLY SUMMARY - WATER PUMPAGE (m3)

DATE                 CHESTNT     LORNE     MORNGTN      DUNN    O'LOANE   ROMEO        TOTAL

DEC.       1   Mon       120         290         180     1710      1770      6020        10090
           2   Tue       170         130         330     3240      1850      8670        14390
           3   Wed       170         180         470     1690       350      6090         8950
           4   Thu       190         120         460     3260       230      7220        11480
           5   Fri       170         150         540     2980      1460      7550        12850
           6   Sat       140         140         350     1800       310      6130         8870
           7   Sun       150         110         400     3190       250      6060        10160
           8   Mon       170         100         300     3200      1390      8560        13720
           9   Tue       160         170         430     2210       900      6410        10280
          10   Wed       130         120         320     3130       770      6430        10900
          11   Thu        40         100         300     3150      1730      7920        13240
          12   Fri       200         110         310     1870       310      5760         8560
          13   Sat       110          90         300     3230      1720      7870        13320
          14   Sun       130         100         280     1910       110      5510         8040
          15   Mon       120         770         230     1690      2170      8790        13770
          16   Tue       150        1030         460        0      2020      8270        11930
          17   Wed       150        1040         320        0      2000      8210        11720
          18   Thu       140        1040         340        0      1670      7750        10940
          19   Fri       200        1390         280        0      1910      8080        11860
          20   Sat       150         970         260        0      1830      7950        11160
          21   Sun       270        1390         440        0      1550      7400        11050
          22   Mon       370        1390         270        0      1300      7420        10750
          23   Tue       150        1590         330       30      2010      8220        12330
          24   Wed       180         940         440      120      1840      7750        11270
          25   Thu       170        1390         420        0      1210      6750         9940
          26   Fri       160        1380         390        0      1920      7850        11700
          27   Sat       150        1390         410        0      1720      7600        11270
          28   Sun       190        1300         470        0      1540      7080        10580
          29   Mon       180        1390         370        0      2130      8650        12720
          30   Tue       160        1390         370       90      1680      7070        10760
          31   Wed       150        1390         250        0      1890      8170        11850

Max Pump.                370        1590         540     3260      2170
TOTAL                   5090       23090       11020    38500     43540    229210       350450

% total                 1.5%        6.6%        3.1%    11.0%     12.4%     65.4%       100.0%

Min Daily Usage         8040      Average Daily Usage   11305    Maximum Daily Usage     14390
  JANUARY 2008                       MONTHLY SUMMARY - WATER PUMPAGE (m3)
                                             ROMEO CONTROL CENTRE FIELD WELLS
DATE                 Field Well 1 Field Well 2 Field Well 3 Field Well 4 Field Well 6 Field Well 7   TOTAL
JAN.       1   Tue            29         1396          631           29         1450         3750       7285
           2   Wed            67          795          140           69         1580         3030       5681
           3   Thu            29         1409          728           29           610        3750       6555
           4   Fri            29         1423          645           29         1190         3740       7056
           5   Sat            28          904          201           30         1080         3770       6013
           6   Sun            29         1430          658           29           920        3596       6662
           7   Mon           122          722          641          124         3960         3740       9309
           8   Tue            29         1217          715          223         3560         3760       9504
           9   Wed            10          675          111          129           989        3546       5460
          10   Thu            35             34       1000          259         1130         3730       6188
          11   Fri            29             26       1526          743         2260         3730       8314
          12   Sat            28             26       1522          585         2720         3730       8611
          13   Sun            29             26        871          233           930        3760       5849
          14   Mon            91             82       1521          586         1530         3730       7540
          15   Tue            29             25       1035          283         2170         3720       7262
          16   Wed            28             24       1477         1053           910        3720       7212
          17   Thu            28             24       1519          829             90       3740       6230
          18   Fri            36             31       1050          686             90       3740       5633
          19   Sat            28             23       1519          717           130        3730       6147
          20   Sun            29             24        988           30             90       3750       4911
          21   Mon           122          512         1227          125           400        3740       6126
          22   Tue            28          750         1510           29             90       3730       6137
          23   Wed            28          714         1510          309             90       3740       6391
          24   Thu            29          663         1505          328           160        3720       6405
          25   Fri            28          639         1510           30           190        3720       6117
          26   Sat            29          540         1512           29           180        3730       6020
          27   Sun            28          336         1125           29           140        3740       5398
          28   Mon            64          816         1510           43           200        3720       6353
          29   Tue            28          909         1511           29           140        3720       6337
          30   Wed            28          885         1510           29           160        3710       6322
          31   Thu            29          719         1511           29           100        3720       6108

Max Pump.                   122         1430         1526        1053          3960          3770
TOTAL                      1203        17799        34439        7704         29239        114752     205136

% total                    0.6%         8.7%        16.8%        3.8%         14.3%         55.9%     100.0%
                              0
Min Daily Usage            4911      Average Daily Usage         6617    Maximum Daily Usage            9504
 FEBRUARY 2008                       MONTHLY SUMMARY - WATER PUMPAGE (m3)
                                      ROMEO CONTROL CENTRE FIELD WELLS
DATE                 Field Well 1 Field Well 2 Field Well 3 Field Well 4 Field Well 6 Field Well 7   TOTAL
FEB.       1   Fri            28             40       1522           30             90       3730       5440
           2   Sat            28          483         1516           29           140        3858       6054
           3   Sun            29             25        666           29             90       3750       4589
           4   Mon           106          839         1042          110           440        3710       6247
           5   Tue            29          675         1518           29             90       3720       6061
           6   Wed            28          580         1517           29           230        3700       6084
           7   Thu            28          567         1277          151           130        3720       5873
           8   Fri            29          648         1511          349           280        3690       6507
           9   Sat            28          538         1520           29             90       3710       5915
          10   Sun            28          353         1130           30           180        3710       5431
          11   Mon           228          603         1392          441           190        3690       6544
          12   Tue           574              0       1508          765           280        3680       6807
          13   Wed           748              0       1497         1305           710        3640       7900
          14   Thu           256              0       1515          717             90       3700       6278
          15   Fri            29              0        663         1482           102        3330       5606
          16   Sat            30              0       1525          659           160        3710       6084
          17   Sun            29              0       1275          514           180        3710       5708
          18   Mon           325              0       1529          774           200        3700       6528
          19   Tue            30              0        477          316             89       1870       2782
          20   Wed            29              0       1456         1030           180        3700       6395
          21   Thu           400              0       1519          950             90       3690       6649
          22   Fri            29              0       1524          824             90       3700       6167
          23   Sat            30              0       1534           54             90       3710       5418
          24   Sun            29              0       1528          589             90       3700       5936
          25   Mon           332              0       1525          782           180        3700       6519
          26   Tue           435              0       1517         1137             90       3670       6849
          27   Wed           544              0       1515         1104           190        3650       7003
          28   Thu           539              0       1513         1239             90       3650       7031
          29   Fri           425              0       1514         1204             90       3650       6883


Max Pump.                   748           839        1534        1482           710          3858
TOTAL                      5402          5351       39745       16701          4941        105148     177288

% total                    3.0%         3.0%        22.4%        9.4%          2.8%         59.3%     100.0%

Min Daily Usage                0     Average Daily Usage         5910    Maximum Daily Usage            7900
   MARCH 2008                        MONTHLY SUMMARY - WATER PUMPAGE (m3)
                                             ROMEO CONTROL CENTRE FIELD WELLS
DATE                 Field Well 1 Field Well 2 Field Well 3 Field Well 4 Field Well 6 Field Well 7   TOTAL

MAR.       1   Sat           29             0        1517         1486            90          3650      6772
           2   Sun          151             0        1516         1486            90          3650      6893
           3   Mon          547             0        1514          874           280          3640      6855
           4   Tue          934             0         698          653           390          3640      6315
           5   Wed         1511             0         316           30            90          3670      5617
           6   Thu         1514             0        1075           29            90          3650      6358
           7   Fri         1519             0         924           30            90          3650      6213
           8   Sat         1526             0         572           29            90          3660      5877
           9   Sun         1528             0         837           30            90          3650      6135
          10   Mon         1438             0         617          137           320          3500      6012
          11   Tue         1529             0         913          402            90          3630      6564
          12   Wed         1579             0         958           39           133          3736      6445
          13   Thu         1535             0        1073           29            90          3640      6367
          14   Fri         1357             0         948           29            90          3630      6054
          15   Sat         1540             0         747           30            90          3640      6047
          16   Sun         1544             0         620          159            90          3640      6053
          17   Mon         1535             0        1279          562           170          3623      7169
          18   Tue         1536             0        1084          486            90          3610      6806
          19   Wed         1540             0        1249           29            90          3610      6518
          20   Thu         1543             0        1060           29            90          3610      6332
          21   Fri         1544             0        1046           30            90          3620      6330
          22   Sat         1545             0        1016           29            90          3610      6290
          23   Sun         1547             0         801           29            90          3620      6087
          24   Mon         1544             0        1467          123             0          3600      6734
          25   Tue         1540             0         939          631           240          3590      6940
          26   Wed         1546             0        1302           29            90          3610      6577
          27   Thu         1544             0        1518          241            90          3600      6993
          28   Fri         1544             0         756          469            90          3590      6449
          29   Sat         1552             0          30           29            90          3620      5321
          30   Sun         1138             0         479           30            90          3630      5367
          31   Mon         1549             0        1054           97           220          3610      6530

Max Pump.                  1579             0        1518         1486           390         3736
TOTAL                     42528             0       29925         8315          3823       112429     197020

% total                   21.6%          0.0%       15.2%         4.2%          1.9%        57.1%     100.0%

Min Daily Usage            5321      Average Daily Usage         6355     Maximum Daily Usage           7169

    20
    APRIL 2008                      MONTHLY SUMMARY - WATER PUMPAGE (m3)
                                             ROMEO CONTROL CENTRE FIELD WELLS
DATE                 Field Well 1 Field Well 2 Field Well 3 Field Well 4 Field Well 6 Field Well 7   TOTAL

APR.       1   Tue         1553             0        1165           30            90          3620      6458
           2   Wed         1557             0        1215           29            90          3610      6501
           3   Thu         1489             0        1249           30            97          3646      6511
           4   Fri         1571             0         378           29           194          4254      6426
           5   Sat         1560             0         739          278            90          3620      6287
           6   Sun         1487             0         944          522            90          3440      6483
           7   Mon         1480             0         993           39           122          3552      6186
           8   Tue         1556             0        1305           30            90          3610      6591
           9   Wed         1555             0        1234           58           180          3600      6627
          10   Thu         1552             0        1241           58           180          3600      6631
          11   Fri         1556             0        1082           58            90          3600      6386
          12   Sat         1562             0         596          126            90          3630      6004
          13   Sun         1555             0         799          330            90          3600      6374
          14   Mon         1557             0         968           77           250          3710      6562
          15   Tue         1556             0        1341           29            90          3610      6626
          16   Wed         1552             0        1230          417            90          3610      6899
          17   Thu         1552             0        1113          450            90          3600      6805
          18   Fri         1551             0        1511           30            90          3610      6792
          19   Sat         1554             0        1204           29            90          3610      6487
          20   Sun         1554             0        1512           29            90          3610      6795
          21   Mon         1234             0        1506          748           260          3600      7348
          22   Tue          747             0        1499         1477           220          3580      7523
          23   Wed          610             0        1502         1317            90          3600      7119
          24   Thu          581             0        1504         1246            90          3600      7021
          25   Fri          488             0        1507         1079            90          3600      6764
          26   Sat           30             0        1505         1211            90          3620      6456
          27   Sun           31             0        1507          980            90          3620      6228
          28   Mon          121             0        1502         1212           300          3610      6745
          29   Tue          499             0        1499         1137            90          3620      6845
          30   Wed           31             0        1633         1177           274          3926      7041

Max Pump.                  1571             0        1633         1477           300         4254
TOTAL                     35281             0       36983        14262          3877       109118     199521

% total                   17.7%          0.0%       18.5%         7.1%          1.9%        54.7%     100.0%

Min Daily Usage            6004      Average Daily Usage         6651     Maximum Daily Usage           7523
      MAY 2008                       MONTHLY SUMMARY - WATER PUMPAGE (m3)
                                             ROMEO CONTROL CENTRE FIELD WELLS
DATE                 Field Well 1 Field Well 2 Field Well 3 Field Well 4 Field Well 6 Field Well 7   TOTAL

MAY        1   Thu           30             0        1472         1462            97          3543      6604
           2   Fri           30             0        1270          342             0          3050      4692
           3   Sat          172             0        1513          605            90          3640      6020
           4   Sun          349             0        1505          932            90          3620      6496
           5   Mon          451             0        1500         1321           210          3600      7082
           6   Tue          632             0        1499         1165            80          3610      6986
           7   Wed          533             0        1502         1071            90          3600      6796
           8   Thu          790             0        1498         1448            90          3600      7426
           9   Fri          414             0        1504         1109            90          3610      6727
          10   Sat          599             0        1497         1259            90          3590      7035
          11   Sun           30             0        1506         1048            90          3610      6284
          12   Mon          825             0        1496         1405           240          4411      8377
          13   Tue          674             0        1279         1223             0          2965      6141
          14   Wed          480             0        1631         1396           192          3857      7556
          15   Thu          859             0        1495         1482            90          3590      7516
          16   Fri          769             0        1493         1479            90          3570      7401
          17   Sat          511             0        1499         1197            90          3590      6887
          18   Sun           30             0        1509          949            90          3600      6178
          19   Mon           61             0        1517          509            90          3620      5797
          20   Tue          647             0        1502         1238           190          3590      7167
          21   Wed          599             0        1502         1146            90          3590      6927
          22   Thu          554             0        1502         1191            90          3590      6927
          23   Fri           30             0        1504         1490            90          3590      6704
          24   Sat          492             0        1497         1486            90          3580      7145
          25   Sun          538             0        1499         1303            90          3580      7010
          26   Mon          802             0        1493         1483           240          3570      7588
          27   Tue         1525             0        1485         1478            90          3550      8128
          28   Wed         1514             0        1469         1463          1810          3470      9726
          29   Thu          550             0        1493         1294            90          3580      7007
          30   Fri          908             0        1493         1484            90          3570      7545
          31   Sat           30             0        1509          994            90          3590      6213

Max Pump.                  1525             0        1631         1490          1810         4411
TOTAL                     16428             0       46133        37452          4949       111126     216088

% total                    7.6%          0.0%       21.3%        17.3%          2.3%        51.4%     100.0%

Min Daily Usage            4692      Average Daily Usage         6971     Maximum Daily Usage           9726
     JUNE 2008                       MONTHLY SUMMARY - WATER PUMPAGE (m3)
                                             ROMEO CONTROL CENTRE FIELD WELLS
DATE                 Field Well 1 Field Well 2 Field Well 3 Field Well 4 Field Well 6 Field Well 7   TOTAL

JUN.       1   Sun          195             0        1517          645            90          3610      6057
           2   Mon          903             0        1497         1486           250          3570      7706
           3   Tue          713             0        1499         1348            90          3570      7220
           4   Wed          722             0        1499         1491            90          3570      7372
           5   Thu          970             0        1458         1454           200          3560      7642
           6   Fri         1526             6        1491         1484            90          3550      8147
           7   Sat          802             0        1495         1488            90          3540      7415
           8   Sun          610             0        1497         1490            90          3540      7227
           9   Mon          645           352        1242          636           260          3997      7132
          10   Tue          785           700        1111          603            90          3550      6839
          11   Wed           30          1526        1508           30            90          3550      6734
          12   Thu           30          1520        1498          640            90          3540      7318
          13   Fri           30          1369         885           29             0          3223      5536
          14   Sat           30          1528         969           29            90          3550      6196
          15   Sun           30          1532         664          205            90          3570      6091
          16   Mon          122          1521        1161          673           380          3530      7387
          17   Tue           30          1525        1089          491            90          3540      6765
          18   Wed           30          1525        1253          459            90          3540      6897
          19   Thu           30          1524        1327          506            90          3540      7017
          20   Fri           30          1493        1488          524          2870            55      6460
          21   Sat           30           900         418          160          5110             0      6618
          22   Sun           31           917         525           30          5130            32      6665
          23   Mon           59          1310         965           44          5090            70      7538
          24   Tue           30          1524         984           29          5080            40      7687
          25   Wed           30          1522         883           30          5080             0      7545
          26   Thu           30          1523         814           29          5070             0      7466
          27   Fri           29          1522         837           29          5070            70      7557
          28   Sat           29           730         409           29          5110            80      6387
          29   Sun           31            30          30           29          5190            70      5380
          30   Mon           30           532         432           30          5170            70      6264

Max Pump.                  1526          1532        1517         1491          5190          3997
TOTAL                      8592         26631       32445        16150         56320         68127    208265

% total                    4.1%         12.8%       15.6%         7.8%         27.0%        32.7%     100.0%

Min Daily Usage            5380      Average Daily Usage         6942     Maximum Daily Usage           8147
       JULY 2008                     MONTHLY SUMMARY - WATER PUMPAGE (m3)
                                             ROMEO CONTROL CENTRE FIELD WELLS
DATE                 Field Well 1 Field Well 2 Field Well 3 Field Well 4 Field Well 6 Field Well 7   TOTAL

JUL.       1   Tue           30          1137         642           29          5130            70      7038
           2   Wed           79           933         739           78          5120           120      7069
           3   Thu           29          1041         839           29          5130            70      7138
           4   Fri           30           817         781           29          5130            70      6857
           5   Sat           30           923        1229           30          5120            80      7412
           6   Sun           30          1235         814           29          5100            70      7278
           7   Mon           97          1524         838           96          5070           160      7785
           8   Tue           29           773         790           29          5110            70      6801
           9   Wed          774           194        1296           30          5110            70      7474
          10   Thu         1154             7         650           29          5040            70      6950
          11   Fri          862            30         531           29          5110           110      6672
          12   Sat           95            30          30           30          5190            70      5445
          13   Sun          684            30         293           29          5150            70      6256
          14   Mon          649            75         587           93          5150           200      6754
          15   Tue         1303            30         892           30          5100            70      7425
          16   Wed         1188            29         746           29          5100            70      7162
          17   Thu         1294            30         888           29          5090            70      7401
          18   Fri         1516            30         976           29          5070            70      7691
          19   Sat          695            30         318           30          5110            70      6253
          20   Sun          434            30         341           29          5160            80      6074
          21   Mon         1214            82         755           90          5090           160      7391
          22   Tue          715            51         397           72          5090           180      6505
          23   Wed          185            30          30           94          4820           160      5319
          24   Thu          891            30          29          468          5130            70      6618
          25   Fri          716            31          30          396          4670            70      5913
          26   Sat          565            30         497           30          5180            80      6382
          27   Sun          682            30         313           29          5140            70      6264
          28   Mon          633            64         536           62          5150           210      6655
          29   Tue         1038            30         580           30          5100            70      6848
          30   Wed         1040            30         585           27          5120            70      6872
          31   Thu          832            31         523           29          5110            70      6595

Max Pump.                  1516          1524        1296          468          5190           210
TOTAL                     19513          9367       18495         2092        157890          2940    210297

% total                    9.3%          4.5%        8.8%         1.0%         75.1%          1.4%    100.0%

Min Daily Usage            5319      Average Daily Usage         6784     Maximum Daily Usage           7785
   AUGUST 2008                       MONTHLY SUMMARY - WATER PUMPAGE (m3)
                                             ROMEO CONTROL CENTRE FIELD WELLS
DATE                 Field Well 1 Field Well 2 Field Well 3 Field Well 4 Field Well 6 Field Well 7   TOTAL

AUG.       1   Fri          567            30         494           30          5150            80      6351
           2   Sat          726            30         360           29          5120            70      6335
           3   Sun           30            31          30           30          5170            70      5361
           4   Mon          123            30          31           30          5170            70      5454
           5   Tue          869            74         375           48          4920           230      6516
           6   Wed          967            30         516           30          5130            70      6743
           7   Thu         1313            30         884           29          5080            70      7406
           8   Fri         1183            30         829           29          5070            70      7211
           9   Sat          945            30         531           30          5090            80      6706
          10   Sun          662            31         280           29          5100            70      6172
          11   Mon         1120            64         652           91          5070           220      7217
          12   Tue         1281            30         896           30          5060            70      7367
          13   Wed         1245            30         859           29          5060            70      7293
          14   Thu         1134            30         769           29          5060            80      7102
          15   Fri          923            30         536           30          5070            70      6659
          16   Sat         1043            30         633           29          5070            70      6875
          17   Sun         1134            31         705           29          5070            70      7039
          18   Mon         1159            74         914           51          5040           180      7418
          19   Tue         1204            30         800           30          5040           140      7244
          20   Wed         1112            30         754           29          5050            70      7045
          21   Thu         1517            30         972           29          5020            80      7648
          22   Fri         1515            30        1009           29          5000            70      7653
          23   Sat         1516            30         931           29          5010            70      7586
          24   Sun          986            30         584           30          5040            70      6740
          25   Mon         1231            54         965           81          5010           200      7541
          26   Tue         1517            30         901           29          5020            70      7567
          27   Wed         1518            30         910           29          5010            70      7567
          28   Thu         1166            30         736           29          5030            70      7061
          29   Fri         1203            29         812           30          5030            70      7174
          30   Sat         1092            30         662           29          5040            70      6923
          31   Sun         1122            30         691           29          5030            70      6972

Max Pump.                  1518            74        1009           91          5170           230
TOTAL                     33123          1078       21021         1064        156830          2830    215946

% total                   15.3%          0.5%        9.7%         0.5%         72.6%          1.3%    100.0%

Min Daily Usage            5361      Average Daily Usage         6966     Maximum Daily Usage           7653
SEPTEMBER 2008                       MONTHLY SUMMARY - WATER PUMPAGE (m3)
                                             ROMEO CONTROL CENTRE FIELD WELLS
DATE                 Field Well 1 Field Well 2 Field Well 3 Field Well 4 Field Well 6 Field Well 7   TOTAL

SEP.       1   Mon         1225            30         802           29          5030            70      7186
           2   Tue         1274           202        1109           96          5000           240      7921
           3   Wed         1519            30        1139           29          5010            70      7797
           4   Thu         1519            30         878           29          5000            70      7526
           5   Fri         1245            29         856           29          5020            70      7249
           6   Sat         1094            29         660           29          5040             0      6852
           7   Sun          734            30         297           29          5060             0      6150
           8   Mon          800            63         483           61          5060           150      6617
           9   Tue         1112            30         678           30          5060             0      6910
          10   Wed         1083            30         729           29          5040           110      7021
          11   Thu          985            30         558           29          5060             0      6662
          12   Fri          769            30         434           29          5060             0      6322
          13   Sat          345            30         248           30          5120             0      5773
          14   Sun          563            30         196           29          5090             0      5908
          15   Mon          644            56         568           44          5090           150      6552
          16   Tue         1221            30         843           29          5040            80      7243
          17   Wed          890            29         527           30          5060            70      6606
          18   Thu          892            30         528           29          5060            70      6609
          19   Fri          722            30         428           29          5060            70      6339
          20   Sat          568            30         482           30          4500            70      5680
          21   Sun          790            29         348           29          5080            80      6356
          22   Mon          989            55         686           53          5050           170      7003
          23   Tue          992            29         622           29          5030            70      6772
          24   Wed         1515            30         851           29          5000            80      7505
          25   Thu         1171            29         792           29          5010            70      7101
          26   Fri          731            29         407           29          5040            70      6306
          27   Sat          689            30         288           29          5070            70      6176
          28   Sun          554            30         459           30          4340            20      5433
          29   Mon         1103            55         829           50          5060           140      7237
          30   Tue         1007            30         583           29          5060            70      6779

Max Pump.                  1519           202        1139           96          5120           240
TOTAL                     28745          1174       18308         1034        150200          2130    201591

% total                   14.3%          0.6%        9.1%         0.5%         74.5%          1.1%    100.0%

Min Daily Usage            5433      Average Daily Usage         6720 imum Daily Usage                  7921
OCTOBER 2008                         MONTHLY SUMMARY - WATER PUMPAGE (m3)
                                             ROMEO CONTROL CENTRE FIELD WELLS
DATE                 Field Well 1 Field Well 2 Field Well 3 Field Well 4 Field Well 6 Field Well 7   TOTAL

OCT.       1   Wed          891            73          527          73          5040           180      6784
           2   Thu          888            30          529          29          5070            70      6616
           3   Fri          804            29          465          29          5070            70      6467
           4   Sat          770            29          327          30          5080            80      6316
           5   Sun         1024            30          578          29          5080            70      6811
           6   Mon          652            71          390          71          5060           170      6414
           7   Tue         1077            30          650          29          5060            70      6916
           8   Wed         1331            29          893          29          5050            80      7412
           9   Thu         1264            29          880          30          5030            70      7303
          10   Fri          863            29          449          29          5050            70      6490
          11   Sat          863            30          439          29          5060            70      6491
          12   Sun         1104            29          660          30          5050            70      6943
          13   Mon          672            41          205          45          5070           120      6153
          14   Tue          750            57          409          56          5060           120      6452
          15   Wed          695            77          593         156          4780           160      6461
          16   Thu          642            29          571          30          5090            70      6432
          17   Fri          673            29          321          29          5070            70      6192
          18   Sat           30            30           30          30          4671            40      4831
          19   Sun           30            29           29          30          5140            70      5328
          20   Mon          102           101           99         100          5090           250      5742
          21   Tue          592            30          448          30          4470            60      5630
          22   Wed         1084            29          681          29          5080            80      6983
          23   Thu         1004            29          605          30          5070            70      6808
          24   Fri          808            29          386          29          5080            70      6402
          25   Sat          971            29          542          29          5090            70      6731
          26   Sun          638            55          270          56          5090            80      6189
          27   Mon          884            65          467          91          4880           170      6557
          28   Tue          934            29          553          30          5090            70      6706
          29   Wed         1000            28          636          29          5090            70      6853
          30   Thu          716            29          388          29          5090            70      6322
          31   Fri          659            29          252          30          5100            50      6120

Max Pump.                  1331           101         893          156          5140           250
TOTAL                     24415          1212       14272         1325        155801          2830    199855

% total                   12.2%          0.6%        7.1%         0.7%         78.0%          1.4%    100.0%

Min Daily Usage            4831      Average Daily Usage         6447     Maximum Daily Usage           7412
 NOVEMBER 2008                       MONTHLY SUMMARY - WATER PUMPAGE (m3)
                                             ROMEO CONTROL CENTRE FIELD WELLS
DATE                 Field Well 1 Field Well 2 Field Well 3 Field Well 4 Field Well 6 Field Well 7   TOTAL

NOV.       1   Sat          569             0         487           29          4180            40      5305
           2   Sun          641            29         331           30          5100           140      6271
           3   Mon          632            64         251           72          4370           190      5579
           4   Tue          753            29         686           30          5120           110      6728
           5   Wed          674            29         405           29          5090            70      6297
           6   Thu          658           403          29           30          4570           280      5970
           7   Fri          656           401          29           30          4580           280      5976
           8   Sat          527           151          30           30          5100            70      5908
           9   Sun           30             0           7            0          4200             0      4237
          10   Mon          668           589          67           67          5130           210      6731
          11   Tue           30          1521        1499          640            90          3540      7320
          12   Wed          745           352          29           29          5100            80      6335
          13   Thu          753           316          29           29          4940             0      6067
          14   Fri          352           290          30           30          4170            70      4942
          15   Sat          723           446          29           30          5100            70      6398
          16   Sun          226           163          29           29          4190            60      4697
          17   Mon          810           550          69           45          5080           170      6724
          18   Tue          745           406          29           30          5090            70      6370
          19   Wed          713           354          29           44          5030            80      6250
          20   Thu          341           247          30            0          5030            70      5718
          21   Fri          634           290          29           62          5070            70      6155
          22   Sat           30            29          29           61          4570             0      4719
          23   Sun           67            29          29           61          5140            80      5406
          24   Mon         1370           389         114          148          5050           210      7281
          25   Tue          270           154          31           61          5120            70      5706
          26   Wed          712           385          66           98          5070           150      6481
          27   Thu           30            30          30           38          4620            70      4818
          28   Fri          720           299          29           61          5120            80      6309
          29   Sat           31            29          30           62          5140            70      5362
          30   Sun           30            29          30           61          4310            80      4540

Max Pump.                  1370          1521        1499          640          5140          3540
TOTAL                     15140          8003        4541         1966        140470          6480    176600

% total                    8.6%          4.5%        2.6%         1.1%         79.5%          3.7%    100.0%

Min Daily Usage            4237      Average Daily Usage         5887     Maximum Daily Usage           7320
 DECEMBER 2008                       MONTHLY SUMMARY - WATER PUMPAGE (m3)
                                             ROMEO CONTROL CENTRE FIELD WELLS
DATE                 Field Well 1 Field Well 2 Field Well 3 Field Well 4 Field Well 6 Field Well 7   TOTAL

DEC.       1   Mon           66            63           66          97          5140           120      5552
           2   Tue          440           342           30          61          5120            70      6063
           3   Wed          721           356           29          61          5070            70      6307
           4   Thu          581            31           30          61          5110            80      5893
           5   Fri          393           821           30          61          5110            70      6485
           6   Sat          670           278           29          61          5080            80      6198
           7   Sun           30            29           30          61          5120            70      5340
           8   Mon          498           419          105         132          2470          1910      5534
           9   Tue         1521           768           29          61            90          3770      6239
          10   Wed         1380           452           30          61            90          3760      5773
          11   Thu          578           525           30          61            90          3790      5074
          12   Fri         1522           657          393          62            50          3740      6424
          13   Sat          654           542           30          60            90          3760      5136
          14   Sun         1466           645           29          62            90          3740      6032
          15   Mon          701           641          133         144           320          3750      5689
          16   Tue         1520          1142          538          61            90          3720      7071
          17   Wed         1520          1093          402          60            90          3710      6875
          18   Thu         1521           958          319          61            90          3710      6659
          19   Fri         1524          1189           29          61            90          3720      6613
          20   Sat         1524          1220           30          60            90          3720      6644
          21   Sun         1525          1077           29          61            90          3710      6492
          22   Mon         1527           724          111         144           260          3710      6476
          23   Tue         1529          1015           29          61            90          3720      6444
          24   Wed         1526           850           30          61          2740          1760      6967
          25   Thu          982           621           29          61          5060            70      6823
          26   Fri          580           168           29          61          5110            70      6018
          27   Sat          733           315           29          61          5110            80      6328
          28   Sun          554           371            0           0          5110            70      6105
          29   Mon          344           213           36          98          5070           220      5981
          30   Tue          726           441           29          61          5080            70      6407
          31   Wed          965           472           29          60          5080            70      6676

Max Pump.                  1529          1220         538          144          5140          3790
TOTAL                     29821         18438        2721         2138         78290         60910    192318

% total                   15.5%          9.6%        1.4%         1.1%         40.7%        31.7%     100.0%

Min Daily Usage            5074      Average Daily Usage         6204     Maximum Daily Usage           7071
         APPENDIX C

  PERMIT TO TAKE WATER

#6661-77DL9X expires July 1, 2017
               Ministry of the                              AMENDED PERMIT TO TAKE WATER
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               l’Environnement
 Ontario
Pursuant to Section 34 of the Ontario Water Resources Act, R.S.O. 1990 this Permit To
Take Water is hereby issued to:

                The Corporation of the City of Stratford
                82 Erie St
                Stratford, Ontario, N5A 2M4
                Canada

For the water Romeo Well Field 1, Romeo Well Field 2, Romeo Well Field 3, Romeo
taking from: Well Field 4, Romeo Well Field 6, Romeo Well Field 7, Lorne Avenue
              Well, Dunn Road Well, Mornington Street Well, O'Loane Avenue Well,
              Chestnut Street Well

Located at:     100 Dunn Rd
                Stratford, County of Perth

                11 Chestnut St
                Stratford, County of Perth

                494 Lorne Ave
                Stratford, County of Perth

                637 Mornington St
                Stratford, County of Perth

                947 O'Loane Ave
                Stratford, County of Perth

                39 & 54 Romeo St
                Stratford, County of Perth
For the purposes of this Permit, and the terms and conditions specified below, the following definitions
apply:

DEFINITIONS

(a)    "Director" means any person appointed in writing as a Director pursuant to section 5 of the
       OWRA for the purposes of section 34, OWRA.


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(b)    “Provincial Officer” means any person designated in writing by the Minister as a Provincial
       Officer pursuant to section 5 of the OWRA.

(c)    "Ministry" means Ontario Ministry of the Environment.

(d)    "District Office" means the London District Office.

(e)    "Permit" means this Permit to Take Water No. 6661-77DL9X including its Schedules, if any,
       issued in accordance with Section 34 of the OWRA.

(f)    "Permit Holder" means The Corporation of the City of Stratford.

(g)    "OWRA " means the Ontario Water Resources Act, R.S.O. 1990, c. O. 40, as amended.


You are hereby notified that this Permit is issued subject to the terms and conditions outlined
below:

TERMS AND CONDITIONS

1.     Compliance with Permit

1.1    Except where modified by this Permit, the water taking shall be in accordance with the
       application for this Permit To Take Water, dated March 5, 2007 and signed by Jake Doran, and
       all Schedules included in this Permit.

1.2    The Permit Holder shall ensure that any person authorized by the Permit Holder to take water
       under this Permit is provided with a copy of this Permit and shall take all reasonable measures
       to ensure that any such person complies with the conditions of this Permit.

1.3    Any person authorized by the Permit Holder to take water under this Permit shall comply with
       the conditions of this Permit.

1.4    This Permit is not transferable to another person.

1.5    This Permit provides the Permit Holder with permission to take water in accordance with the
       conditions of this Permit, up to the date of the expiry of this Permit. This Permit does not
       constitute a legal right, vested or otherwise, to a water allocation, and the issuance of this Permit
       does not guarantee that, upon its expiry, it will be renewed.

1.6    The Permit Holder shall keep this Permit available at all times at or near the site of the taking,
       and shall produce this Permit immediately for inspection by a Provincial Officer upon his or her
       request.

1.7    The Permit Holder shall report any changes of address to the Director within thirty days of any


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      such change. The Permit Holder shall report any change of ownership of the property for which
      this Permit is issued within thirty days of any such change. A change in ownership in the
      property shall cause this Permit to be cancelled.

2.    General Conditions and Interpretation

2.1   Inspections
      The Permit Holder must forthwith, upon presentation of credentials, permit a Provincial Officer
      to carry out any and all inspections authorized by the OWRA, the Environmental Protection Act ,
      R.S.O. 1990, the Pesticides Act , R.S.O. 1990, or the Safe Drinking Water Act, S. O. 2002.

2.2   Other Approvals
      The issuance of, and compliance with this Permit, does not:
      (a) relieve the Permit Holder or any other person from any obligation to comply with any other
      applicable legal requirements, including the provisions of the Ontario Water Resources Act , and
      the Environmental Protection Act , and any regulations made thereunder; or
      (b) limit in any way any authority of the Ministry, a Director, or a Provincial Officer, including
      the authority to require certain steps be taken or to require the Permit Holder to furnish any
      further information related to this Permit.


2.3   Information
      The receipt of any information by the Ministry, the failure of the Ministry to take any action or
      require any person to take any action in relation to the information, or the failure of a Provincial
      Officer to prosecute any person in relation to the information, shall not be construed as:
      (a) an approval, waiver or justification by the Ministry of any act or omission of any person that
      contravenes this Permit or other legal requirement; or
      (b) acceptance by the Ministry of the information's completeness or accuracy.

2.4   Rights of Action
      The issuance of, and compliance with this Permit shall not be construed as precluding or
      limiting any legal claims or rights of action that any person, including the Crown in right of
      Ontario or any agency thereof, has or may have against the Permit Holder, its officers,
      employees, agents, and contractors.

2.5   Severability
      The requirements of this Permit are severable. If any requirements of this Permit, or the
      application of any requirements of this Permit to any circumstance, is held invalid or
      unenforceable, the application of such requirements to other circumstances and the remainder of
      this Permit shall not be affected thereby.

2.6   Conflicts
      Where there is a conflict between a provision of any submitted document referred to in this
      Permit, including its Schedules, and the conditions of this Permit, the conditions in this Permit


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      shall take precedence.

3.    Water Takings Authorized by This Permit

3.1   Expiry
      This Permit expires on July 1, 2017. No water shall be taken under authority of this Permit
      after the expiry date.

3.2   Amounts of Taking Permitted
      The Permit Holder shall only take water from the source, during the periods and at the rates and
      amounts of taking specified in Table A. Water takings are authorized only for the purposes
      specified in Table A.




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Table A

      Source Name      Source:     Taking       Taking          Max.       Max. Num. Max. Taken Max. Num. of     Zone/
      / Description:              Specific      Major        Taken per    of Hrs Taken per Day   Days Taken     Easting/
                        Type:     Purpose:     Category:      Minute        per Day:   (litres):  per Year:    Northing:
                                                              (litres):
 1     Romeo Well        Well     Municipal   Water Supply     1,136          24      1,635,840     365          17
         Field 1                                                                                               502936
                        Drilled                                                                                4802355

 2     Romeo Well        Well     Municipal   Water Supply     1,136          24      1,635,840     365          17
         Field 2                                                                                               502941
                        Drilled                                                                                4802349

 3     Romeo Well        Well     Municipal   Water Supply     1,136          24      1,635,840     365          17
         Field 3                                                                                               502942
                        Drilled                                                                                4802326

 4     Romeo Well        Well     Municipal   Water Supply     1,136          24      1,635,840     365          17
         Field 4                                                                                               502963
                        Drilled                                                                                4802327

 5     Romeo Well        Well     Municipal   Water Supply     3,860          24      5,558,400     365          17
         Field 6                                                                                               503059
                        Drilled                                                                                4802303

 6     Romeo Well        Well     Municipal   Water Supply     3,410          24      4,910,400     365          17
         Field 7                                                                                               503367
                        Drilled                                                                                4802384

 7    Lorne Avenue       Well     Municipal   Water Supply     1,370          24      1,972,800     365          17
          Well                                                                                                 499024
                        Drilled                                                                                4800946

 8     Dunn Road         Well     Municipal   Water Supply     5,000          24      7,200,000     365          17
         Well                                                                                                  499290
                        Drilled                                                                                4799270

 9     Mornington        Well     Municipal   Water Supply     3,410          24      4,910,400     365          17
       Street Well                                                                                             502391
                        Drilled                                                                                4803360

10      O'Loane          Well     Municipal   Water Supply     3,406          24      4,904,640     365          17
      Avenue Well                                                                                              500106
                        Drilled                                                                                4803603
11      Chestnut         Well     Municipal   Water Supply    2,500.0         24      3,600,000     365          17
       Street Well                                                                                             500728
                        Drilled                                                                                4800457
                                                                             Total    32,000,000
                                                                            Taking:




3.3       The total combined daily volume of water taken from all permitted well sources shall not exceed
          32,000,000 litres per day.

4.        Monitoring



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4.1   The Permit Holder shall maintain a record of all water takings. This record shall include
       the dates and times of water takings, and the total measured amounts of water pumped
       per day for each day that water is taken under the authorization of this Permit. A
       separate record shall be maintained for each source. The Permit Holder shall keep all
       required records up to date and available at or near the site of the taking and shall
       produce the records immediately for inspection by a Provincial Officer upon his or her
       request. The total amounts of water pumped shall be measured using flow metres
       installed at each well head, including the Mornington Street well and the Chestnut Street
       well.

4.2    Based on the hydrogeological report entitled Permit To Take Water Monitoring Report,
       City of Stratford, prepared by Lotowater Technical Services Inc., and dated April 19,
       2007, the Permit Holder shall establish a monitoring program as follows:

      (1) The Permit Holder shall monitor the water levels in all production wells using data
          loggers. Weekly manual measurements shall be taken in each well to confirm data
          logger data. These data loggers shall be installed during routine maintenance events.

      (2) The Permit Holder shall continue to measure instantaneous flow rate and the
          cumulative daily volume of water being taken from each well.

      (3) The Permit Holder shall install a data logger in one monitoring well at each of the
          monitoring well sites. Weekly manual measurements shall be taken in each well to
          confirm data logger data. Due to well construction issues data loggers cannot be
          installed in Romeo Street wells 1 to 4, therefore these wells will be exempt from this
          condition.

      (4) The Permit Holder shall install an additional multilevel monitoring well in the
          vicinity of the Dunn Road production well. This well shall be in place and equipped
          with appropriate data loggers by January 1 2009. Once constructed the well shall be
          monitored as required in condition 4.2 (3).

      (5) The data collected under this monitoring program shall be analysed, interpreted and
          summarized in an annual report by a qualified person. The report shall provide
          recommendations on the need for changes to monitoring locations and frequency,
          pumping patterns and/or the need for mitigation.

4.3    Any application submitted to the Ministry for renewal or amendment of this Permit shall
       be accompanied by all records and reports required by the conditions of this Permit

5.    Impacts of the Water Taking

5.1   Notification
      The Permit Holder shall immediately notify the local District Office of any complaint arising
      from the taking of water authorized under this Permit and shall report any action which has been



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       taken or is proposed with regard to such complaint. The Permit Holder shall immediately notify
       the local District Office if the taking of water is observed to have any significant impact on the
       surrounding waters. After hours, calls shall be directed to the Ministry's Spills Action Centre at
       1-800-268-6060.

5.2    For Groundwater Takings
       If the taking of water is observed to cause any negative impact to other water supplies obtained
       from any adequate sources that were in use prior to initial issuance of a Permit for this water
       taking, the Permit Holder shall take such action necessary to make available to those affected, a
       supply of water equivalent in quantity and quality to their normal takings, or shall compensate
       such persons for their reasonable costs of so doing, or shall reduce the rate and amount of taking
       to prevent or alleviate the observed negative impact. Pending permanent restoration of the
       affected supplies, the Permit Holder shall provide, to those affected, temporary water supplies
       adequate to meet their normal requirements, or shall compensate such persons for their
       reasonable costs of doing so.

       If permanent interference is caused by the water taking, the Permit Holder shall restore the water
       supplies of those permanently affected.


6.     Director May Amend Permit
       The Director may amend this Permit by letter requiring the Permit Holder to suspend or reduce
       the taking to an amount or threshold specified by the Director in the letter. The suspension or
       reduction in taking shall be effective immediately and may be revoked at any time upon
       notification by the Director. This condition does not affect your right to appeal the suspension
       or reduction in taking to the Environmental Review Tribunal under the Ontario Water
       Resources Act , Section 100 (4).


The reasons for the imposition of these terms and conditions are as follows:

1.     Condition 1 is included to ensure that the conditions in this Permit are complied with and can be
       enforced.

2.     Condition 2 is included to clarify the legal interpretation of aspects of this Permit.

3.     Conditions 3 through 6 are included to protect the quality of the natural environment so as to
       safeguard the ecosystem and human health and foster efficient use and conservation of waters.
       These conditions allow for the beneficial use of waters while ensuring the fair sharing,
       conservation and sustainable use of the waters of Ontario. The conditions also specify the water
       takings that are authorized by this Permit and the scope of this Permit.




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In accordance with Section 100 of the Ontario Water Resources Act, R.S.O. 1990, you may by written
Notice served upon me and the Environmental Review Tribunal within 15 days after receipt of this
Notice, require a hearing by the Tribunal. Section 101 of the Ontario Water Resources Act, R.S.O.
1990, as amended, provides that the Notice requiring the hearing shall state:
1.      The portions of the Permit or each term or condition in the Permit in respect of which the hearing
        is required, and;
2.      The grounds on which you intend to rely at the hearing in relation to each portion appealed.

In addition to these legal requirements, the Notice should also include:
3.     The name of the appellant;
4.     The address of the appellant;
5.     The Permit to Take Water number;
6.     The date of the Permit to Take Water;
7.     The name of the Director;
8.     The municipality within which the works are located;


                                      This notice must be served upon:

   The Secretary                                                             The Director, Section 34
   Environmental Review Tribunal                       AND                   Ministry of the Environment
   2300 Yonge Street, Suite 1700                                             733 Exeter Rd
   Toronto, Ontario M4P 1E4                                                  London ON N6E 1L3
                                                                             Fax: (519)873-5020

Further information on the Environmental Review Tribunal’s requirements for an appeal can be obtained directly from
the Tribunal:

by telephone at (416) 314-4600              by fax at (416) 314-4506                by e-mail at www.ert.gov.on.ca


This Permit cancels and replaces Permit Number 0026-74HKCF, issued on 2007/06/26.

Dated at London this 28th day of September, 2007.




Ian Kerr
Director, Section 34
Ontario Water Resources Act , R.S.O. 1990




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                                          Schedule A

This Schedule “A” forms part of Permit To Take Water 6661-77DL9X, dated September 28, 2007.




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       APPENDIX D

CONSOLIDATED CERTIFICATE
      OF APPROVAL

      6036-6PMRXC

     (Current, June 16, 2006)
                 Ministry      Ministère                              AMENDED CERTIFICATE OF APPROVAL
                 of the        de                                     MUNICIPAL DRINKING WATER SYSTEMS
                 Environment   l’Environnement                                       NUMBER 6036-6PMRXC
                                                                                    Issue Date: June 16, 2006

 Ontario
                    The Corporation of the City of Stratford
                    82 Erie Street, 3rd Floor
                    Stratford, Ontario
                    N5A 2M4

Site Location:      Stratford Well Supply System
                    Wells on Romeo Street, Chestnut Street, Mornington Street, Dunn Road, Lorne Ave &
                    O'Loane Ave
                    Stratford City, County of Perth

       Pursuant to the Safe Drinking Water Act, 2002, S.O. 2002, c. 32, and the regulations made
       thereunder and subject to the limitations thereof, this approval is issued under Part V of the Safe
       Drinking Water Act, 2002, S.O. 2002, c. 32 to:

                    The Corporation of the City of Stratford
                    1 Wellington Street, P. O. Box 818
                    Stratford, Ontario
                    N5A 2C1

                          PART 1 - DRINKING-WATER SYSTEM DESCRIPTION

1.1    for a drinking-water system serving the City of Stratford in the County of Perth, rated as set out
       in Part 4, consisting of the following:

       Romeo Well Field
       Located on Romeo Street (NAD83: UTM Zone 17: 4802372.40 m E, 503020.34 m N) including:

       -         Well No. 1 – a 150 mm diameter, 122 m deep drilled groundwater well equipped with 20
                 HP submersible well pump with a rated capacity of 1136 L/min at 44.8 m total dynamic
                 head (TDH), with a 100 mm diameter well pump discharge line connected to a 250 mm
                 collection manifold, located at 54 Romeo Street (NAD83: UTM Zone 17: 4802355.214 m
                 N, 502936.913 m E);

       -         Well No. 2 – a 150 mm diameter, 120.4 m deep drilled groundwater well equipped with
                 20 HP submersible well pump with a rated capacity of 1136 L/min at 44.8 m TDH, with a
                 100 mm diameter well pump discharge line connected to a 250 mm collection manifold,
                 located at 54 Romeo Street (NAD83: UTM Zone 17: 4802349.058 m N, 502941.428 m
                 E);


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-   Well No. 3 – a 175 mm diameter, 107.9 m deep drilled groundwater well equipped with
    15 HP submersible well pump with a rated capacity of 1136 L/min at 44.8 m TDH, with a
    100 mm diameter well pump discharge line connected to a 250 mm collection manifold,
    located at 54 Romeo Street (NAD83: UTM Zone 17: 4802326.017 m N, 502942.037 m
    E);

-   Well No. 4 – a 175 mm diameter, 103 m deep drilled groundwater well equipped with 20
    HP submersible well pump with a rated capacity of 1136 L/min at 44.8 m TDH, with a
    100 mm diameter well pump discharge line connected to a 250 mm collection manifold,
    located at 54 Romeo Street (NAD83: UTM Zone 17: 4802327.098 m N, 502963.377 m
    E);

-   Well No. 6 – a 250 mm diameter well, originally 138.7 m deep drilled groundwater well,
    sealed to a depth of 122.2 m in 2000, equipped with 40 HP submersible well pump with
    a rated capacity of 3860 L/min at 91.4 m TDH, with a 200 mm diameter well pump
    discharge line connected to a 300 mm collection manifold, located at 39 Romeo Street
    (NAD83: UTM Zone 17: 4802303.965 m N, 503059.342 m E);

-   Well No. 7 – a 300 mm diameter, 80.8 m deep drilled groundwater well equipped with 50
    HP submersible well pump with a rated capacity of 3410 L/min at 53.3 m TDH, with a
    200 mm diameter well pump discharge line connected to a 300 mm collection manifold,
    located at 39 Romeo Street (NAD83: UTM Zone 17: 4802384.773 m N, 503367.908 m
    E); and
                                                                                                 3
-   Romeo Street Pumping Station located at 39 Romeo Street containing a 450.2 m
                                                   3                           3
    treatment well with overflow weir, a 521.8 m storage well, a 289.4 m pump well c/w all
    associated piping, valves, sluice gates, heating, ventilating, electrical and control systems.
    The pumping station also contains the following equipment:
                  3
    -      a 15 m capacity sodium silicate storage tank;

    -      a chemical feed pump to deliver 10 L/h of sodium silicate at approximately 14 m
           TDH c/w feed rate controller;

    -      chlorination system consisting of chlorine gas cylinder mounted feeder capable of
           feeding 4 kg/hr c/w 68 kg cylinder scales, injector, chlorine gas detector and all
           necessary piping, and feed rate controller;

    -      two 6 stage 50 HP vertical turbine high lift pumps each capable of delivering 2839
           L/min at 68 m TDH;

    -      one 6 stage 60 HP vertical turbine high lift pump capable of delivering 3028
           L/min at 68 m TDH;



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       -      one 4 stage 100 HP vertical turbine pump (fire pump) capable of delivering 6623
              L/min at 70 m TDH;

       -      Pumps discharging through check valves and gate valves into a 400 mm diameter
              discharge header through a 400 mm turbine flow meter to a 400 mm water main
              on Romeo Street;

       -      SCADA system at 39 Romeo Street South capable of controlling the pumping
              station in a manual or automatic configuration with remote access from 82 Erie
              Street c/w control inputs from the Dufferin and Forman elevated storage tanks;

       -      Diesel generator rated at 600 kW capable of supplying emergency power to
              Romeo Street pumping station; and

       -      inground water storage reservoir located at 39 Romeo Street South and south of
              the Avon River, adjacent to and east of the existing Romeo Street Pumping
                                                                         3
              Station, minimum working storage volume of 7500 m equipped with level
              alarms, and backup alarms connected to SCADA system, baffle dividing walls,
                                                                  3
              supply piping, connection piping to existing 1261 m reservoir, vandal proof water
              tight access hatchways, access ladders, goose neck vent c/w air gap and associated
              appurtenances.

Cooper Street Well and Pumphouse:

-      decommissioned and converted to four Multi-level groundwater monitoring wells.

Chestnut Street Well and Well House:

-      originally 300 mm diameter deep drilled groundwater well, in 2005 a new 200 mm
       diameter liner was installed, originally drilled to a depth of 150.3 m, sealed to 143 m in
       1960 and again sealed to 132 m in 2005, located at 11 Chestnut Street equipped with 25
       HP submersible well pump with a rated capacity of 1788 L/min at 54.8 m TDH, with a
       100 mm diameter discharge line (NAD83: UTM Zone 17: 4800457.70 m N, 500728.22 m
       E), and also includes:

       -      chlorination system consisting of a chlorine gas cylinder mounted feeder capable
              of feeding 1.0 kg/hr c/w 68 kg cylinder scales, injector, chlorine gas detector and
              all necessary piping;
                     3                                 3
       -      a 68 m high lift pump well, and a 184 m clearwell;

       -      a 4 stage 30 HP vertical turbine high lift pump rated at 2100 L/min at 45.1 m TDH
              with 200 mm diameter discharge line, a 200 mm check valve, a 200 mm turbine
              flow meter, and a 200 mm gate valve into a 150 mm water main on Chestnut
              Street; and


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      -      control and monitoring equipment connected to main SCADA control system.

Mornington Street Well and Pumphouse:

-     originally 300 mm diameter deep drilled groundwater well, in 2004 a new 200 mm
      diameter liner was installed, originally drilled to a depth of 106.7 m, sealed to 99.4 m in
      2004, located at 637 Mornington Street equipped with 50 HP vertical turbine well pump
      with a rated capacity of 3410 L/min at 46.9 m TDH, with a 200 mm diameter discharge
      line (NAD83: UTM Zone 17: 4803360.50 m N, 502391.61 m E), and also includes:

      -      chlorination system consisting of a chlorine gas cylinder mounted feeder capable
             of feeding 1 kg/hr c/w 68 kg cylinder scales, injector, chlorine gas detector and all
             necessary piping;
                       3
      -      a 118.3 m clear well;

      -      a 4 stage 50 HP vertical turbine high lift pump rated at 3402 L/min at 53.4 m TDH
             with 200 mm diameter discharge line to a tilting disk check valve, a 200 mm gate
             valve, a 200 mm flow meter, and discharges to a 300 mm water main on
             Mornington Street;

      -      control and monitoring equipment connected to main SCADA control system; and

      -      a main power electrical transfer switch and connection for use of a portable
             generator in emergency conditions.

Lorne Avenue Well and Well House:

-     a 350 mm diameter, 137.5 m deep drilled groundwater well located at 494 Lorne Street
      equipped with 40 HP submersible well pump with a rated capacity of 1370 L/min at
      115.8 m TDH, with a 200 mm diameter discharge line and gate valve (NAD83: UTM
      Zone 17: 4800946.20 m N, 499024.74 m E), and also includes:

      -      chlorination system consisting of a chlorine gas cylinder mounted feeder capable
             of feeding 1 kg/hr c/w 68 kg cylinder scales, injector, chlorine gas detector and all
             necessary piping;

      -      a 200 mm diameter discharge line to a 200mm tilting disk check valve, a 200 mm
             gate valve, a 200 mm flow meter, and discharges to a 300 mm water main on
             Freeland Ave;

      -      chlorine contact chamber consisting of a precast reinforced concrete pressure
             chamber, approx. 2.4 m in diameter and providing a storage volume of approx. 30
               3
             m , complete with two (2) internal perforated baffles and inlet and outlet ports,


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             including connection to the existing watermain and valves; and

      -      control and monitoring equipment connected to main SCADA control system.

Dunn Road Well and Pumphouse:

-     originally 350 mm diameter deep drilled groundwater well, a new 250 mm diameter liner
      installed in 2003, drilled to a depth of 135.2 m, located at 100 Dunn Road equipped with
      150 HP vertical turbine well pump with a rated capacity of 5000 L/min at 103.6 m TDH,
      with a 250 mm diameter discharge line, control valve, flowmeter and gate valve (NAD83:
      UTM Zone 17: 4799270.90 m N, 499290.14 m E), and also includes:

      -      chlorination system consisting of a chlorine gas cylinder mounted feeder capable
             of feeding 1 kg/hr c/w 68 kg cylinder scales, injector, chlorine gas detector and all
             necessary piping;

      -      chlorine contact chamber located approximately 225 m south of Packham Avenue,
             consisting of a precast reinforced concrete pressure chamber, approximately 2.4 m
                                                                                3
             diameter and providing a storage volume of approximately 89.5 m complete with
             three (3) internal perforated baffles and inlet and outlet ports;

      -      control and monitoring equipment connected to main SCADA control system; and

      -      a main power electrical transfer switch and connection for use of a portable
             generator in emergency conditions.

O'Loane Avenue Well and Pumphouse:

-     a 350 mm diameter, 135.3 m deep drilled groundwater well located at 947 O'Loane
      Avenue equipped with 100 HP submersible well pump with a rated capacity of 3406
      L/min at 91.5 m TDH, with a 200 mm diameter discharge line to an air release valve, 200
      mm check valve, a 200 mm turbine flowmeter and 200 mm gate valve (NAD83: UTM
      Zone 17: 4803603.8 m N, 500106.99 m E), and also includes:

      -      chlorination system consisting of a chlorine gas cylinder mounted feeder capable
             of feeding 1 kg/hr c/w 68 kg cylinder scales, injector, chlorine gas detector and all
             necessary piping;

      -      a main power electrical transfer switch and connection for use of a portable
             generator in emergency conditions;

      -      a chlorine contact chamber located approximately 2 m northwest of the
             pumphouse constructed of 2 x 2.4 m DIA concrete pressure pipes 12m long with a
                             3
             volume of 54.2 m . The chamber has a 50 mm blow off and a 19 mm air release
             valve. The 200 mm diameter discharge from the chamber pass through a 200 mm


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                     gate valve and connect to the 300 mm main on O'Loane Avenue; and

             -       control and monitoring equipment connected to main SCADA control system.

      Instrumentation

      -      chlorine analyzers are installed at all pumping stations.

      Standby Generator

      -      portable standby generator 15 kW located at 161 Wellington Street.

1.2   all in accordance with the applications and plans and other supporting documents listed in
      Schedule "A", and all other Schedules, which are attached to, and form part of this approval,
      except as specified in the conditions contained herein.


                            PART 2 - DEFINITIONS AND INFORMATION

2.1   Words and phrases not defined in this approval shall be given the same meaning as those set out
      in the Safe Drinking Water Act, 2002, S.O. 2002, c. 32 and any regulations made in accordance
      with that act, unless the context requires otherwise.

2.2   In this approval

      “adverse effect”, "contaminant", “impairment” and “natural environment” shall have the same
      meanings as in the Environmental Protection Act, R.S.O.1990, c. E.19 and the Ontario Water
      Resources Act, R.S.O.1990, c. O.40;

      "approval" means this entire approval document, issued in accordance with section 36 of the
      SDWA, and includes any schedules to it;

      "Director" means a Director appointed pursuant to s. 6 of the SDWA for the purposes of Part V of
      the SDWA;

      "drinking-water system" includes the works set out in Part 1;

      "operating authority" and "owner" mean, in addition to the respective meanings given in the Act,
      the Corporation of the City of Stratford;

      "provincial officer" means a provincial officer appointed pursuant to s. 8 of the SDWA;

      “rated capacity” means the maximum flow rate of water which can be treated when operating the
      drinking-water system under design conditions;




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       "SDWA" means the Safe Drinking Water Act, 2002, S.O. 2002, c. 32, as amended.


                                             PART 3 - GENERAL

Compliance

3.1    The owner and operating authority shall operate the drinking-water system in accordance with
       the SDWA, any applicable regulations made thereunder, and this approval.

3.2    Despite any condition of this approval to the contrary, the owner and operating authority set out
       in Part 2 are jointly and severally liable to comply with all conditions of this approval.

3.3    The owner and operating authority shall ensure that any person authorized to carry out work on
       or operate any aspect of the drinking-water system has been informed of the SDWA, all
       applicable regulations made in accordance with that act, and this approval and shall take all
       reasonable measures to ensure any such person complies with the same.

3.4    A copy of this approval shall be kept in a conspicuous place so that it is available for reference by
       all persons responsible for all or part of the operation of the drinking-water system.

Build, etc. in Accordance

3.5    Except as otherwise provided by this approval, the drinking-water system shall be designed,
       developed, built, operated and maintained in accordance with Part 1 above and the
       documentation listed in Schedule “A".

Interpretation

3.6    Where there is a conflict between the provisions of this approval and any other document, the
       following hierarchy shall be used to determine the provision that takes precedence:

       i.     The SDWA;

       ii.    a condition imposed in this approval in accordance with s. 38 of the SDWA;

       iii.   any regulation made under the SDWA;

       iv.    this approval;

       v.     any application documents listed in Schedule "A" from most recent to earliest; and

       vi.    all other documents listed in Schedule "A" from most recent to earliest.

3.7    The requirements of this approval are severable. If any requirement of this approval, or the


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       application of any requirement of this approval to any circumstance, is held invalid or
       unenforceable, the application of such requirement to other circumstances and the remainder of
       this approval shall not be affected thereby.

3.8    Nothing in this approval shall be read to provide relief from the need for strict compliance with
       the Environmental Assessment Act, R.S.O. 1990, c E.18.

Other Legal Obligations

3.9    The issuance of, and compliance with the conditions of, this approval does not:

       i.     relieve any person of any obligation to comply with any provision of any applicable
              statute, regulation or other legal requirement; or

       ii.    limit in any way the authority of the Ministry to require certain steps be taken or to
              require the owner to furnish any further information related to compliance with this
              approval.

3.10   For greater clarity, nothing in this approval shall be read to provide relief from regulatory
       requirements in accordance with section 38 of the SDWA, except as provided in Part 9.

Adverse Effects

3.11   Nothing in this approval shall be read as to permit: i) the discharge of a contaminant into the
       natural environment that causes or is likely to cause an adverse effect; or ii) the discharge of any
       material of any kind into or in any waters or on any shore or bank thereof or into or in any place
       that may impair the quality of the water of any waters.

3.12   All reasonable steps shall be taken to minimize and ameliorate any adverse effect on the natural
       environment or impairment of the quality of water of any waters resulting from the operation of
       the drinking-water system including such accelerated or additional monitoring as may be
       necessary to determine the nature and extent of the effect or impairment.

3.13   Fulfillment of one or more conditions imposed by this approval does not eliminate the
       requirement to fulfill any other condition of this approval or the requirements of any applicable
       statute, regulation, or other legal requirement resulting from any act or omission that causes or is
       likely to cause an adverse effect on the natural environment or the impairment of water quality.

Change of Owner

3.14   The owner or the operating authority, as the case may be, shall notify the Director, in writing, of
       any of the following changes within 30 days of the change occurring:

       i.     change of owner or operating authority;




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       ii.    change of address;

       iii.   change of partners where the owner is or at any time becomes a partnership, and a copy of
              the most recent declaration filed under the Business Names Act, R.S.O. 1990, c. B17; or

       iv.    change of name of the corporation where the owner or operating authority is or at any
              time becomes a corporation, and a copy of the most current information filed under the
              Corporations Information Act, R.S.O. 1990, c. C.39.

3.15   In the event of any change in ownership of the drinking-water system, other than change to a
       successor municipality, the owner shall notify the successor of and provide the successor with a
       copy of this approval, and the owner shall provide a copy of the notification to the district
       manager of the local office of the Ministry and the Director.

Inspections

3.16   No person shall hinder or obstruct a provincial officer in the performance of his or her duties,
       including any and all inspections authorized by the SDWA.

Information

3.17   Any information requested, by the Ministry, concerning the drinking-water system and its
       operation under this approval, including but not limited to any records required to be kept by this
       approval shall be provided to the Ministry, upon request.

3.18   Records required by or created in accordance with this approval, unless specifically referenced in
       s. 12 of O. Reg. 170/03, shall be retained for at least 5 years in a location where a provincial
       officer who is inspecting the treatment system can conveniently view them.


                                         PART 4 - PERFORMANCE

Rated Capacity

4.1    The drinking-water system shall not be operated to exceed the rated capacity for the maximum
       flow rates into the treatment systems, trains, or stages set out below:

                   Treatment System                 Maximum Flow Rate         Maximum Daily Volume
                                                                                      3
                                                         (L/min)                    (m /day)
       Romeo Well Field
       Well 1                                               1,136
       Well 2                                               1,136
       Well 3                                               1,136
       Well 4                                               1,136


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      Well 6                                               3,860
      Well 7                                               3,410
      Total                                                11,814                      17,012

      Other Wells
      Chestnut                                              2,500                       3,600
      Mornington                                            3,410                       4,910
      Lorne                                                 1,370                       1,973
      Dunn                                                  5,000                       7,200
      O'Loane                                               3,406                       4,905

Increase to Rated Capacity

4.2   Despite condition 4.1, the drinking water system may be operated at a rate above the rated
      capacity set out in condition 4.1 where necessary for:

      i.       fighting a large fire; or

      ii.      the maintenance of the drinking-water system.

4.3   Condition 4.2 shall not be construed to allow drinking-water to be supplied that does not meet all
      other applicable standards and legal requirements.


                                PART 5 - MONITORING AND RECORDING

Flow measuring devices

5.1   Install a sufficient number of flow-measuring devices within the drinking-water system to permit
      continuous measurement and recording of:

      i.       the flow rates of water conveyed into the individual treatment systems, trains, and stages
               identified in Part 4, and the daily volumes of water conveyed into the individual treatment
               systems identified in Part 4; and

      ii.      the flow rates and daily volumes of water conveyed to the distribution system from each
               treatment system that has a separate line feeding the distribution system.

5.2   Records shall be maintained that set out the parameters recorded in accordance with condition
      5.1, and where a measured flow rate into a treatment system, train, or stage exceeds the
      maximum flow rate set out for that treatment system, train, or stage in Part 4, the amount, date,
      time and duration of the exceedence shall also be recorded.

Calibration of flow measuring devices



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5.3   All flow measuring devices must be checked and calibrated in accordance with the
      manufacturer’s instructions.

5.4   If the manufacturer’s instructions do not indicate how often to check and calibrate the flow
      measuring devices, the equipment must be checked and calibrated at least once every year during
      which the drinking-water system is in operation.


                            PART 6 - OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE

Chemical standards

6.1   All chemicals and materials used in the operation of the drinking-water system that come into
      contact with water within the system shall meet all applicable standards set by both the American
      Water Works Association ("AWWA") and the American National Standards Institute ("ANSI")
      safety criteria standards NSF/60 and NSF/61.

6.2   The most current chemical and material product registration documentation from a testing
      institution accredited by either the Standards Council of Canada or by the American National
      Standards Institution shall be available at all times for each chemical and material used in the
      operation of the drinking-water system that comes into contact with water within the system.

6.3   Conditions 6.1 and 6.2 do not apply in the context of any particular chemical or material where
      the Owner has written documentation signed by the Director that indicates that the Ministry is
      satisfied that the chemical or material is acceptable for use within the drinking-water system and
      that chemical or material is only used as permitted by the documentation.

Operations manual

6.4   An up-to-date operations manual shall be maintained and available for reference by all persons
      responsible for all or part of the operation of the drinking-water system.

6.5   The operations manual shall include at a minimum:

      i.     the requirements of this approval and associated procedures;

      ii.    the operation and maintenance recommendations from the most recent engineers' report;

      iii.   procedures for the monitoring and recording of in-process parameters necessary for the
             control of the treatment system and assessing the performance of the drinking-water
             system;

      iv.    procedures for the operation and maintenance of monitoring equipment;




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       v.      contingency plans and procedures for the provision of adequate equipment and material to
               deal with emergencies, upset and equipment breakdown;

       vi.     procedures for the dealing with complaints related to the drinking-water system, including
               the recording of the nature of the complaint and any investigation and corrective action
               taken in respect of the complaint;

       vii.    an inspection schedule for all wells associated with the water treatment system(s),
               including all production wells, standby wells, test wells and monitoring wells;

       viii.   defined well inspection and maintenance procedures for the entire well structure of each
               well, including all above and below grade well components;

       ix.     remedial action plans for situations where an inspection indicates non-compliance with
               respect to regulatory requirements and/or risk to raw well water quality.

6.6    Procedures necessary to the operation of any physical alterations of the drinking-water system
       shall be incorporated into the operations manual prior to the alterations coming into operation.

Drawings

6.7    Up-to-date Process Flow Diagrams (PFD) and Process and Instrumentation Diagrams (P&ID) for
       the treatment system shall be kept on site at the drinking water system.

6.8    All drawings and diagrams in the possession of the owner or operating authority that show the
       treatment system as constructed shall be retained.

6.9    An alteration to the treatment system shall be incorporated into Process Flow Diagrams (PFD),
       Process and Instrumentation Diagrams (P&ID), and record drawings and diagrams within one
       year of the substantial completion of the alteration and shall be retained and shall be made readily
       available for inspection by Ministry staff.


                                    PART 7 - FUTURE ALTERATIONS

Approved future alterations

7.1    Not Applicable

Certificate of compliance

7.2    Not Applicable


                            PART 8 - STUDIES AND UPGRADES REQUIRED


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8.1    Not Applicable


                      PART 9 - RELIEF FROM REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS

Relief from regulatory requirements

9.1    Not Applicable

Conditions in exchange for relief from regulatory requirements

9.2    Not Applicable


                                             SCHEDULE - A

The following supporting documents form part of this approval.

1.     Application dated March 1, 2006 to amend the current Certificate and incorporate the completed
       proposed works into Part 1 of the Certificate such that it accurately represents the current
       drinking water system and water works
       -      Correspondence dated March 1, 2006 from the Corporation of the City of Stratford.
       -      Correspondence dated May 26, 2006 from the Corporation of the City of Stratford.

2.     Application dated May 28, 2003
       -      Correspondence dated May 28, 2003 - photographic evidence of completion of work.

3.     Application dated May 31, 2002
       -      Correspondence; and
       -      Design Brief dated May 31, 2002, for contact chamber for Lorne Ave Well.

4.     The original applications for approval, including design calculations, engineering drawings and
       reports, and other supporting documents prepared in support of any previous certificate(s) of
       approval issued for any works now approved and replaced by this approval, unless this approval
       states otherwise.

This Certificate of Approval revokes and replaces Certificate(s) of Approval No. 5795-5X5S7L issued on
March 24, 2004.

All or part of this decision may be reviewable in accordance with the provisions of Part X of the SDWA. In
accordance with Section 129(1) of the Safe Drinking Water Act, Chapter 32 Statutes of Ontario, 2002, as
amended, you may by written notice served upon me and the Environmental Review Tribunal within 15 days
after receipt of this notice, require a hearing by the Tribunal. Section 129(2) sets out a procedure upon which
the 15 days may be extended by the Tribunal. Section 129(3) of the Safe Drinking Water Act, Chapter 32


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Statutes of Ontario, 2002, provides that the Notice requiring the hearing shall state:

1.      The aspect of the decision, including the portion of the permit, licence, approval, order or notice of administrative penalty in
        respect of which the hearing is required; and
2.      The grounds for review to be relied on by the person at the hearing.

        Except with leave of the Tribunal, a person requiring a hearing in relation to a reviewable decision is not entitled to,
          (a) a review of an aspect of the decision other than that stated in the notice requiring the hearing; or
          (b) a review of the decision other than on the grounds stated in the notice


        The Notice should also include:

3.      The name of the appellant;
4.      The address of the appellant;
5.      The Certificate of Approval number;
6.      The date of the Certificate of Approval;
7.      The name of the Director;
8.      The municipality within which the works are located;

        And the Notice should be signed and dated by the appellant.

        This Notice must be served upon:

The Secretary*                                                                            The Director
Environmental Review Tribunal                                                             Part V, Safe Drinking Water Act, 2002
2300 Yonge St., Suite 1700                                                                Ministry of the Environment
P.O. Box 2382                               AND                                           2 St. Clair Avenue West, Floor 12A
Toronto, Ontario                                                                          Toronto, Ontario
M4P 1E4                                                                                   M4V 1L5


* Further information on the Environmental Review Tribunal’s requirements for an appeal can be obtained directly from the
  Tribunal at: Tel: (416) 314-4600, Fax: (416) 314-4506 or www.ert.gov.on.ca

        The above noted water works are approved under Part V of the Safe Drinking Water Act.


DATED AT TORONTO this 16th day of June, 2006




                                                                         Aziz Ahmed, P.Eng.
                                                                         Director
                                                                         Part V of the Safe Drinking Water Act, 2002



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JM/
c:  District Manager, MOE London - District
    Drinking Water Supervisor, MOE London - District
    Joe Salter, The Corporation of the City of Stratford
    Manager, Water Standards Section, Standards Development Branch




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