||Safe Drinking Water Guide for Owners of Non-Transient, Non-Community Public Water Systems Using Groundwater in North Carolina (Including Child Day Care Centers, Adult Day Care Centers, Schools, Factories, and Businesses).
Gray, J. ;
||North Carolina Water Resources Research Inst., Raleigh. ;North Carolina Dept. of Environment and Natural Resources, Raleigh.;Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC.
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Non-transient non-community (NTNC) Public Water System
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A non-transient, non-community (NTNC) Public Water System is not a community system and regularly serves at least 25 of the same people for more than six months per year. This publication is meant to be a general guide on broad areas of responsibility and core principles of safe system operation for prospective and current owners of NTNC Public Water Systems that use groundwater. It cannot be relied upon for regulatory compliance. Only personnel of the N. C. Public Water Supply Section can provide regulatory advice.