November 23, 2016 Report
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November 23, 2016 Report

November 23, 2016   |   ShareThis

New Wales Community Well Sampling Progress as of 11/23/16

This map provides an at-a-glance view of community well sampling progress associated with the water loss incident (WLI) at New Wales. Per the legend:

  • Blue dots are representative of individuals and/or households who have requested well tests.
  • Green dots signify well test results that show no impacts from the New Wales WLI.
  • Purple dots stand for well test results that show no impacts from the New Wales WLI, but not all results meet quality standards; one well beyond range not shown.
  • To date, well tests show no impacts from Mosaic.

Well tests by ECT, the third party company coordinating and collecting samples, are being performed in accordance with the Florida Department of Environmental Protection’s (FDEP) Standard Operating Procedures.

Bottled Water Delivery Update

Starting in December, we will be making changes to our bottled water delivery program, consistent with our offer to make water available while well test results are pending. We will be communicating the changes to those who regularly have requested bottled water.

Well Testing Update

As of today, Mosaic has received 1,356 well water test requests. Environmental Consulting & Technology, Inc. (ECT) is prioritizing testing based on neighbor’s proximity to the New Wales facility. Neighbors who have requested an alternative means of testing are encouraged to receive a water test at no cost from the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP).

Testing and Bottled Water Requests as of November 23, 2016

As of 12:00 pm

Scheduled 3rd party well tests 1,356
Site visits/samples taken 1,312
Expected site visits today* 0
Total number of bottled water deliveries 1,387
Total number of households requesting bottled water 822
Total number of households requesting bottled water in November 226

*No wells were scheduled for sampling today.

Please note: Website updates will resume on Monday, Nov. 28, 2016.