This tool is meant to be used by public water systems to aid in the preparation of their CCR. Data used to prepare the CCR becomes available March 1 each year. If you are not the public water system, you should contact them for their final CCR, since the data provided here may only be a portion of what is included in their CCR.
If your system distributes water to your customers from multiple hydraulically independent distribution systems that are fed by different raw water sources, you should not
use this CCR generator. Instead, please contact your Regional DNR Representative for information regarding how the data in your CCR must be presented.
NOTE: Once you begin using the on-line CCR Generator, you must answer all of the questions highlighted in yellow, generate the CCR and save it to your computer hard drive. Information will be lost if you do not complete the entire questionnaire and generate the CCR before you close your web browser, or after 60 minutes of inactivity.
You will need to provide information that DNR does not maintain in its database. There will be additional questions that may pertain to you, and if you provide data, it will be inserted into the appropriate location in the CCR. Following is a list of information for you to have available before beginning your CCR so that you will be able to complete the questions. Once you generate and save the CCR to your hard drive, you may add additional information to the CCR, but you should not remove any that initially appears in the CCR, without first talking with your DNR Representative.
- Name and phone number of person to contact if someone has questions about the CCR.
- Time and place of regularly scheduled meetings where the public has input in decisions that may affect the quality of the water.
- Whether or not a significant portion, but less than 5% of consumers speak either Spanish or Hmong.
- Any additional information you deem necessary for public education consistent with, and not detracting from, the purpose of the report.
- For all Maximum Contaminant Level and Treatment Technique violations (including failure to take corrective action on time for significant deficiencies) that occurred during the CCR year, the actions you took to address the violation.
- For any Monitoring/Reporting violations: The population at risk; whether alternate water supplies should be used; actions consumers should take including seeking medical help; what is being done to correct the violation; and when the violation is expected to be resolved (or the date it was resolved).
- For any fecal indicator-positive groundwater source samples during the CCR year: The source of contamination, if known; whether the contamination has been addressed and if so, the date it was addressed; if not addressed, the DNR approved plan and schedule for correction, including the interim measures, progress to date and any interim measures that were completed.
- For any significant deficiencies identified prior to this year that are still unaddressed as of today (regardless of when the corrective action is required to be completed): The DNR approved plan and schedule for correction, including interim measures, progress to date and any interim measures that were completed.
- For any additional monitoring which indicates the presence of other contaminants in the finished water: the results and an explanation of the significance of the results noting the existence of a health advisory or a proposed regulation.
- If you were required to perform UCMR monitoring within the past 5 years and any contaminants were detected: the name of the contaminant, the average, the range at which the contaminant was detected, and the sample date if it was prior to last year.
- Information about violations of the terms of a variance, exemption, or administrative or judicial order, including: an explanation of the violation; potential adverse health effects; steps taken to correct the violation.
- If you were not complying with recordkeeping and compliance data as outlined in s. NR 809.82: An explanation of what data has not been kept and steps taken to correct the violation.
- Results of all monitoring from wholesaler (except their distribution system results), if you are a consecutive system.
- If you operate either a conventional surface water treatment plant or a membrane surface water treatment plant, you need the highest single entry point turbidity measurement. If you operate a conventional surface water treatment plant, you’ll also need the lowest monthly percentage of samples meeting the turbidity limits.
- Whether or not you monitored for cryptosporidium and any results.