Does grandfathered data for Crypto have to include E.coli and turbidity data as well, or is Crypto only sufficient?
If a system submitting data for grandfathering has E.coli and turbidity data, it should submit it. If a system does not have E.coli and turbidity data, they can still submit Crypto data for grandfathering.
For additional guidance on the Long Term 2 Enhanced Surface Water Treatment Rule please visit http://water.epa.gov/lawsregs/rulesregs/sdwa/lt2/index.cfm.
- Bottled Water
- Consumer Concerns
- Consumer Confidence Reports (CCRs)
- Contaminants and Standards
- Facts, Figures, and Databases
- Filters/Home Water Treatment Units (HWTUs)
- Household Wells
- Lead and Copper
- Local Drinking Water Quality
- LT2/Stage 2 Rule
- Public Notification (PN)
- Source Water Protection/UIC Program
- Tap Water Testing
- Water Utility (PWS) Compliance/Issues
- Topic #: 23002-15551
- Date Created: 4/6/2006
- Last Modified Since: 10/12/2010
- Viewed: 5902