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In 2009, we continued routine upgrades of our Process Control System (PCS) and Maintenance Management System (MP2) software programs. We also continue to maintain and utilize Tier II software for Emergency Management and Triple I software for Environmental, Health and Safety Management. The Emergency Response plan was revised to comply with new MADEP regulations and requirements.

Department Maintenance – 2009 Veolia Water’s philosophy is that no facility can operate properly without a superior maintenance program, and under the O&M agreement with the Town, our O&M team is responsible for performing all necessary corrective and scheduled preventive maintenance on all Water Department equipment, facilities and distribution system.

All Water Department facilities and equipment are very well maintained. All scheduled preventive maintenance as well as routine and corrective maintenance tasks were completed in an efficient and economical manner.

On a weekly basis, all equipment is automatically scheduled for preventive and routine maintenance tasks, with corrective maintenance performed as required. Our maintenance software program schedules all preventive maintenance functions and tracks all equipment history including costs, man-hours utilization and inventory control.

During 2009, the following repairs and improvements were made in the Water Department:

Iron Removal Plant:

  • Inspected & sampled, the filter media for condition & performance testing

  • Installed new PID controller to optimize lime addition and lower lime consumption

  • Install new solenoid valve for backup generator cooling water

  • Install new 3/8” high pressure (200 psi) KMnO4 injection tubing

  • Install GFI protected outlets at treatment plant to meet electrical code.

  • Replace anti-siphon 4-Function valve on Fluoride pump per Massachusetts Department of Public Health regulations

  • Rebuild Lime slurry injection pump

  • Tested and calibrated the flow metering equipment

Fiske Hill Booster Station and Water Storage Tank:

  • Adjust pressure switches for hydro-pneumatic systems

  • Install GFI protected outlets to meet electrical code.

  • Inspected and maintained the entire perimeter fencing and gates to ensure complete area and storage tank security. Clean and maintain grounds including cutting brush in & around the facility fencing.

  • Power wash bottom of storage tank

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