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MassDEP-DWP-CERO

    COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS

    EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF ENERGY & ENVIRONMENTAL AFFAIRS

    DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION

    Central Regional Office, 627 Main Street, Worcester, MA 01608

     DEVAL L. PATRICK IAN A. BOWLES Governor Secretary TIMOTHY P. MURRAY ARLEEN O’DONNELL Lieutenant Governor Commissioner

     April 30, 2007

    Eugene Phillips, Town Coordinator Town: Hopedale Town of Hopedale PWS Number: 2138000

    P.O. Box 7 WMA Permit Application # 9P4-2-12-138.01 Hopedale, MA 01747 Program: Water Management Act

    Action: BRP WM03 WMA Permit

    MassDEP Transmittal # W060734

Dear Mr. Phillips,

Please find attached, the following:

    1. Findings of Fact in Support of Permit Decision

    2. Water Management Act Permit, #9P4-2-12-138.01, in the Blackstone River Basin issued to the

    Town of Hopedale.

Please note that the signature on this cover letter indicates formal issuance of the attached document. If

    you have any questions regarding the permit, please contact Barbara Kickham at (508) 767-2724 or Susan

    Connors at (508) 767-2701.

     Very truly yours,

     Purnachander B. Rao

     Acting Section Chief

     Drinking Water Program

    Cc: Tim Watson, Hopedale Water Department, P.O. Box 7, Hopedale, MA 01747

     Hopedale Board of Health, P.O. Box 7, Hopedale, MA 01747

     Peter Coffin, Blackstone Headwaters Coalition, 414 Massasoit Road, Worcester, MA 01604

     Blackstone River Watershed Association, 271 Oak Street, Uxbridge, MA 01569

     Duane LeVangie, MassDEP-Boston

     MassDEP-DWP-CERO Correspondence File Copy

     MassDEP-DWP-CERO Water Management Act Program File Copy

     Y:\DWP Archive\CERO\Hopedale-2138000-WMA Permit-2007-04-30 W:\WS\DW Program Files\Permits\WMA\Hopedale-2138000-WMA Permit-2007-04-30

    This information is available in alternate format. Call Donald M. Gomes, ADA Coordinator at 617-556-1057.

     http://www.mass.gov/dep ; Phone (508) 792-7650 ; Fax (508) 792-7621 ; TDD # (508) 767-2788

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    COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS

    EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF ENERGY & ENVIRONMENTAL AFFAIRS

    DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION

    Central Regional Office, 627 Main Street, Worcester, MA 01608

     DEVAL L. PATRICK IAN A. BOWLES Governor Secretary TIMOTHY P. MURRAY ARLEEN O’DONNELL Lieutenant Governor Commissioner

    Findings of Fact in Support of Permit Decision

    Water Management Act Permit Application

    RE: Water Management Permit Application 9P4-2-12-138.01

    Town of Hopedale (“Hopedale”)

    The Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (“MassDEP”) has completed the review of the Town of Hopedale’s (“Hopedale’s”) permit application in the Blackstone River Basin pursuant to the Water Management Act (WMA), M.G.L. ch. 21G. This compliance review is conducted to insure that the terms of the permit and the goals of the Water Management program are being met. In response to Hopedale’s application for a permit to withdraw water from the Blackstone River Basin, and after having completed the regulatory notice and review and the information that Hopedale has provided, MassDEP hereby issues the Water Management Act Permit #9P4-2-12-138.01 (the “Permit”) in accordance with the

    Act.

Hopedale’s Withdrawal History

    Hopedale has a registration for an average annual daily withdrawal volume of 0.41 million gallons per day (MGD) and includes four wells: the Mill Street Well (2138000-01G), and the Greene Street Gravel Pack Wells (2138000-02G, -03G, and -04G). Hopedale has reported annual withdrawals from their own sources below their registered volume. Hopedale regularly purchases water from Milford Water Co. and sells water to the Town of Mendon.

    A Water Management Act Permit Application was submitted to MassDEP in order to add two bedrock wells (Greene Street Bedrock Well #2 and Well #3) as withdrawal locations. The permit provides the authority to withdraw water from the new sources without increasing the overall withdrawal volume. These additional water supply wells will provide the redundancy and operational flexibility that the Hopedale system now lacks. With the addition of these sources the Town of Hopedale may reduce or eliminate the need to purchase water from Milford Water Co. Milford Water Co. has sources in the headwaters of the Charles River Basin, which has been identified as medium stress by the Water Resources Commission. Additional permits will be required to construct the wells and to approve the treatment system for the water supply prior to receiving approval to place the wells on-line.

The Water Management Act

    The Act requires that MassDEP issue permits that balance a variety of factors including:

    ; Reasonable protection of existing water uses, land values, investments and enterprises;

    ; Reasonable conservation consistent with efficient water use;

    This information is available in alternate format. Call Donald M. Gomes, ADA Coordinator at 617-556-1057.

     http://www.mass.gov/dep ; Phone (508) 792-7650 ; Fax (508) 792-7621 ; TDD # (508) 767-2788

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    ; Reasonable protection of public drinking water supplies, water quality, wastewater treatment

    capacity, waste assimilation capacity, groundwater recharge areas, navigation, hydropower

    resources, water-based recreation, wetland habitat, fish and wildlife, agriculture, flood plains; and

    ; Reasonable economic development and job creation.

    To better achieve the balance of competing water uses mandated by the Act, MassDEP has adopted the “Water Management Policy For Permit and Permit Amendment Applications and 5-Year Review,

    Effective Date: April 2, 2004” and the “Guidance Document for Water Management Act Permitting

    Policy, Effective Date: January 17, 2006”. The Policy, WMA Policy #: BRP/ DWM/DW/P04-1, and

    Guidance, Guidance #BRP/DWM/DW/G05-01, can be found on MassDEP’s web site at

    http://www.mass.gov/dep/water/laws/policies.htm#wmgt. The Policy and Guidance identify specific

    Performance Standards and conditions to be applied to new Water Management permits and to existing permits at the time they are amended, during 5-year permit review or permit renewal. MassDEP has applied these Performance Standards and conditions in Hopedale’s permit.

Findings of Fact for the Performance Standards in Hopedale’s Water Management Permit

    As required by MGL c 21G, s 11 and 310 CMR 36.00, MassDEP makes the following Findings of Fact in support of the Permit, and includes herewith its reasons for approving the Permit and for imposing the conditions of approval.

    In applying the Performance Standards in Water Management permits, MassDEP relies primarily upon the determinations of relative stress established the Water Resources Commission’s (WRC) Stressed Basins Report approved December 13, 2001. MassDEP also reviews other available research, such as reports by the United States Geological Survey, MassDEP’s Watershed Water Quality Assessment Reports, and any other pertinent reports available for specific river basins.

Hopedale’s sources are located in the portion of the Blackstone River Basin, which has been identified as

    low stress by the Water Resources Commission. The map of stressed basins can be reviewed at the following link: http://www.mass.gov/dep/water/resources/stresmap.htm. The policy established the

    following performance standards for all permittees that withdraw water from low stressed river basins:

    1. Residential gallons per capita day water use (RGPCD) of 80 gallons or less;

    2. Unaccounted for water (UAW) of 15% or less; and

    While these performance standards represent the minimum standards required for compliance with the Permit, MassDEP believes that they are reasonable standards for effective water conservation and that through the implementation of all the terms and conditions of Water Management permits, permittees can not only meet but far surpass the performance standards for RGPCD and UAW. The Town of Hopedale, which reported an RGPCD of 61 and UAW of 1% in 2005, is currently well within these performance standards.

    The Guidance, as revised on January 17, 2006, provides implementation and enforcement guidelines for permitting. It establishes:

    ; timelines for compliance with the performance standards;

    ; procedures and requirements for permittees that fail to document compliance with the

    performance standards within those timelines.

Town of Hopedale April 30, 2007

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Findings of Fact for Special Permit Conditions

    In issuing permits in the Blackstone River Basin, MassDEP looked primarily at site-specific impacts and other issues specific to the system, such as impacts to nearby streams, wetlands, or other water users, justification of long-term demand projections and the capacity of permitted withdrawal points. The conditions are intended to ensure the efficient use of water and to mitigate the potential impact of withdrawals.

Special Condition 1, Maximum Authorized Annual Average Withdrawal Volume, reflects the

    registered withdrawal volume of 0.41 MGD with no permitted increase for a total authorized annual withdrawal of 0.41 MGD (149.65 MGY) through February 2009. Hopedale’s actual withdrawal has been consistently below authorized withdrawal (0.360 MGD in 2005, 0.335 MGD in 2004, 0.355 MGD in 2003, and 0.341 MGD in 2002).

    Special Condition 2, Maximum Authorized Daily Withdrawals From Each Withdrawal Point, reflects the volume of groundwater withdrawal expressed as a daily rate for each source, according to MassDEP approved Zone II rates. The Greene Street Gravel Pack Wells are identified with three PWS Source ID Codes: 2138000-02G for the original Greene Street Well, 2138000-03G for Greene Street Well 3-94 and 2138000-04G for Greene Street Well 2-94, as they are replacement wells that are able to operate independently and are not satellite wells. The Permit includes the combined Zone II approved rate of 0.25 MGD for the Greene Street Gravel Pack Wells (2138000-02G, -03G and -04G) and will include the Zone II rate for Greene Street Bedrock Well #2 and #3 (2138000-0AG and 2138000-0BG) when approved. The metered withdrawal for the Greene Street Gravel Pack Wells may be reported as a single volume on the Annual Statistical Reports.

Special Condition 3, Zone II Delineations, requirement has been met for the Greene Street Gravel Pack

    Wells. The Zone II Delineation for the Greene Street Bedrock Wells will be approved and issued with the final Water Management Act Permit.

Special Condition 4, Wellhead Protection, requires that Hopedale amend the Town’s Wellhead

    Protection Bylaw to include the changes to the existing Zone II delineation for the Green Street Gravel Pack Wells as a result of the addition of the Greene Street Bedrock Wells prior to receiving approval to place the wells in operation.

Special Condition 5, Performance Standard for Residential Gallons Per Capita Day Water Use,

    discussed previously.

Special Condition 6, Performance Standard for Unaccounted for Water, discussed previously.

Special Condition 7, Requirement to Report Raw and Finished Water Volumes, ensures that the

    information necessary to evaluate compliance with the conditions included herein is accurately reported.

Special Condition 8, Water Conservation Requirements, incorporates the Water Conservation

    Standards for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts reviewed and approved by the WRC in July 2006.

    COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS

    EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF ENERGY & ENVIRONMENTAL AFFAIRS

    DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION

    Central Regional Office, 627 Main Street, Worcester, MA 01608

     DEVAL L. PATRICK IAN A. BOWLES Governor Secretary TIMOTHY P. MURRAY ARLEEN O’DONNELL Lieutenant Governor Commissioner

    WATER WITHDRAWAL PERMIT

    MGL c 21G

This permit is issued pursuant to the Massachusetts Water Management Act for the sole purpose of

    authorizing the withdrawal of a volume of water as stated below and subject to the following special and

    general conditions. This permit conveys no right in or to any property beyond the right to withdraw the

    volume of water for which it is issued.

    PERMIT NUMBER: 9P4-2-12-138.01 RIVER BASIN: Blackstone

PERMITTEE: Town of Hopedale

     44 Millbury Street

     Hopedale, MA 01519

EFFECTIVE DATE: April 30, 2007

EXPIRATION DATE: February 28, 2009

NUMBER OF WITHDRAWAL POINTS: 5

     Groundwater: 5

     Surface Water: 0

USE: Public Water Supply

DAYS OF OPERATION: 365

LOCATION(S):

    Table 1. Withdrawal Point Identification

    Well Name PWS Source ID Code

    Green Street Gravel Pack Wells 2138000-02G, -03G, -04G

    Green Street Bedrock Well #2 2138000-0AG*

    Green Street Bedrock Well #3 2138000-0BG*

    *The final PWS Source ID Code will be assigned when the water

    quality sampling plan and the final on-line approval letter are issued.

    This information is available in alternate format. Call Donald M. Gomes, ADA Coordinator at 617-556-1057.

     http://www.mass.gov/dep ; Phone (508) 792-7650 ; Fax (508) 792-7621 ; TDD # (508) 767-2788

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SPECIAL CONDITIONS

1. Maximum Authorized Annual Average Withdrawal Volume:

    This permit authorizes the withdrawal of water, on average over a calendar year, at the rates described below (Table 2). The volumes reflected are the 0.41 million gallons per day (MGD) previously registered to the Town of Hopedale (“Hopedale”) under Water Management Act registration #212138.02. The permitted application includes additional withdrawal points, but no additional volume over the registered volume. The rates below are expressed in millions of gallons, both as an average daily withdrawal rate per year and as a total annual withdrawal volume for each five-year period of the permit term.

    MassDEP will use the raw water withdrawal volume from all authorized withdrawal points to assess compliance with the registered and permitted withdrawal volumes.

    Table 2: Maximum Authorized Withdrawal Volumes

    Total Raw Water Withdrawal Volumes

    Permit Permit + Registration 5-Year Periods

    Daily Average Total Annual Daily Average Total Annual

    (MGD) (MGY) (MGD) (MGY)

    Period One 3/1/1989 to N/A N/A 0.41 149.65 Years 1-5 2/28/1994

    Period Two 3/1/1994 to N/A N/A 0.41 149.65 Years 6-10 2/28/1999

    Period Three 3/1/1999 to N/A N/A 0.41 149.65 Years 11-15 2/28/2004

    Period Four 4/30/2007 to 0 0 0.41 149.65 Years 16-20 2/28/2009

2. Maximum Authorized Daily Withdrawals From Each Withdrawal Point

    Withdrawals from individual withdrawal points are not to exceed the approved daily volume listed below (Table 3) without specific advance written approval from MassDEP. The authorized maximum daily volume is the approved rate of each source. In no event shall the combined withdrawals from the individual withdrawal points exceed the withdrawal volumes authorized above in Special Condition 1.

    Table 3: Maximum Authorized Withdrawal Volumes

    Well Name PWS Source ID Code(s) Maximum Daily Rate MGD)

    Green Street Gravel Pack Wells 2138000-02G, -03G, -04G 0.21*

    Green Street Bedrock Well #2 2138000-0AG** 0.162#

    Green Street Bedrock Well #3 2138000-0BG** 0.069#

    * The maximum authorized withdrawal volume of the gravel packed wells is reduced by 0.04 MGD due to interference with the bedrock wells under pumping conditions.

    **The final PWS Source ID Code will be assigned when the water quality sampling plan and the final on-line approval letter are issued.

    #The Maximum Daily Rate for each well will be the approved Zone II rate.

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3. Zone of Contribution (Zone II) Delineations

    MassDEP records show that Hopedale’s Greene Street Gravel Pack Wells (2138000-02G, -03G, and

    -04G) and Greene Street Bedrock Well #2 and Well #3 (2138000-0AG and 2138000-0BG) have

    MassDEP approved Zone II delineations.

4. Wellhead Protection

    MassDEP records show that Hopedale’s Greene Street Gravel Pack Wells (2138000-02G, -03G, and

    -04G) have met MassDEP’s Wellhead Protection Requirements including floor drain regulations.

    Amendments to Hopedale’s Wellhead Protection Regulations for the Greene Street Bedrock Wells #2

    and Well #3 must be in place prior to receiving approval to place the wells in operation.

5. Performance Standard for Residential Gallons Per Capita Day Water Use

    Hopedale’s Performance Standard for Residential Gallons Per Capita Day (RGPCD) is 80 gallons.

    Hopedale shall be in compliance with the Performance Standard by December 31, 2009. Hopedale

    shall report its RGPCD water use annually in its Annual Statistical Report (ASR) and document

    compliance with this Performance Standard in its ASR for 2009 and each year thereafter.

    Hopedale shall report the calculation used to derive the RGPCD as part of its ASR including, without

    limitation, the source of the data used to establish the service population and the year in which this

    data was developed. See Appendix A for additional information on the requirements if the

    Performance Standard for RGPCD is not met.

6. Performance Standard for Unaccounted for Water

    Hopedale’s Performance Standard for Unaccounted for Water (UAW) is 15% of overall water

    withdrawal. Hopedale shall be in compliance with the Performance Standard by December 31, 2009.

    Hopedale shall report its UAW annually in its Annual Statistical Report (ASR) and document

    compliance with this Performance Standard in its ASR for 2009 and each year thereafter.

    Hopedale shall report the calculation used to derive the UAW as part of its ASR. UAW is defined as

    the difference between water pumped or purchased and water that is metered or confidently estimated.

    UAW shall include, without limitation, water that cannot be accounted for due to meter problems,

    unauthorized hydrant openings, unavoidable leakage, recoverable leakage, illegal connections, stand

    pipe overflows, and fire protection where it cannot be confidently estimated. The need for water

    main flushing and the use of water in construction or meter calibration shall be metered or estimated

    as appropriate to assist in determining actual demand. Volumes flushed to waste shall be reported on

    Hopedale’s ASR. See Appendix B for additional information on requirements if the Performance

    Standard for UAW is not met.

7. Requirement to Report Raw and Finished Water Volumes

    Hopedale shall report annually on its ASR the raw water volumes and finished water volumes for the

    entire water system and the raw water volumes for individual water withdrawal points.

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    8. Water Conservation Requirements

    At a minimum, Hopedale shall implement the following conservation measures forthwith (Table 4) and shall be in compliance with these measures on or before the renewal of this permit unless otherwise noted. Compliance with the water conservation requirements shall be reported to MassDEP upon request or at the time of Permit Renewal unless otherwise noted below.

    Table 4: Minimum Water Conservation Requirements

    System Water Audits and Leak Detection

    1. At a minimum, conduct a full leak detection survey every three years. The first full leak

    detection shall be completed no later than three years from the date of the last full survey.

    2. Perform a leak detection survey of the entire distribution system within one year whenever the

    percentage of unaccounted for water increases by 5% or more (for example an increase from 3%

    to 8%) over the percentage reported on the ASR for the prior calendar year. Within 60 days of

    completing the leak detection survey, Hopedale shall submit to MassDEP for its review a report

    detailing the leak detection survey, any leaks uncovered as a result of the survey or otherwise,

    dates of repair and the estimated water savings as a result of the repairs.

    3. Conduct field surveys for leaks and repair programs in accordance with the AWWA Manual 36.

    4. Hopedale shall have repair reports available for inspection by MassDEP. Hopedale shall

    establish a schedule for repairing leaks that is at least as stringent as the following:

    - Leaks of three (3) gallons per minute or more shall be repaired within three (3) months of

    detection.

    - Leaks of less than three (3) gallons per minute at hydrants and appurtenances shall be

    repaired as soon as possible.

    - Leaks of less than three (3) gallons per minute shall be repaired in a timely manner, but in no

    event more than six (6) months from detection, except that leaks in freeway, arterial or

    collector roadways shall be repaired when other roadwork is being performed on the

    roadway.

    Leaks shall be repaired in accordance with Hopedale’s priority schedule including leaks up to the

    service meter. However, in the event that the landowner is unwilling or unable to repair leaks

    between the property line and the service meter in accordance with Hopedale’s schedule,

    Hopedale shall repair such leaks within seven (7) days of obtaining either: (1) the written consent

    of the landowner; or (2) a warrant authorizing access to the property to make the necessary repair.

    Hopedale shall exercise best efforts to obtain the written consent of the landowner or a warrant

    authorizing access to the property to make the necessary repair.

    5. If the difference between the quantity of the raw water entering each treatment plant and the

    quantity of the finished water entering the distribution system from each treatment plant exceeds

    5%, Hopedale shall submit to MassDEP for its review and approval a scope of work and schedule stfor conducting a water audit of the treatment plant by December 31 of the year following the

    exceedance. The scope of work for the water audit shall provide for a comprehensive evaluation

    of the operations of the treatment plant and include a schedule for completing the evaluation.

    Hopedale shall conduct the water audit in accordance with the scope of work and schedule

    approved by MassDEP. Within 60 days of completing the water audit of the treatment plant,

    Hopedale shall submit to MassDEP for its approval a report documenting the results of the water

    audit, the recommended actions to save water during the treatment process, and the schedule for

    implementing the recommended actions. Hopedale shall implement such actions as approved by

    MassDEP and in accordance with the schedule approved by MassDEP.

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    Metering

    1. Calibrate all source and finished water meters at least annually and report date of calibration on

    the ASR.

    2. Hopedale reports its system is 100% metered, including all public buildings. All water

    distribution system users shall have properly sized service lines and meters that meet AWWA

    calibration and accuracy performance standards as set forth in AWWA Manual M6 Water

    Meters, by the next permit renewal date (February 28, 2009).

    3. Hopedale shall implement an ongoing program to inspect individual service meters to ensure that

    all service meters accurately measure the volume of water used by your customers. The metering

    program shall include regular meter maintenance, including testing, calibration, repair,

    replacement and checks for tampering to identify and correct illegal connections. The plan shall

    continue to include placement of sufficient funds in Hopedale’s annual water budget to calibrate,

    repair, or replace meters as necessary.

    Pricing

    1. Hopedale must continue to implement a water pricing structure that includes the full cost of

    operating the water supply system. Evaluate rates every three to five years and adjust costs as

    needed. Full cost pricing factors all costs - operations, maintenance, capital, and indirect costs

    (environmental impacts, watershed protection) - into prices.

    2. Hopedale shall not use decreasing block rates. Decreasing block rates which charge lower prices

    as water use increases during the billing period, are not allowed by M.G.L. Chapter 40: Section

    39L.

    Residential and Public Sector Conservation

    1. Hopedale shall meet the standards set forth in the Federal Energy Policy Act, 1992 and the

    Massachusetts Plumbing Code.

    2. Meter or estimate water used by contractors using fire hydrants for pipe flushing and

    construction.

    3. Municipal buildings

    ; Hopedale reports that the Fire and Police complexes and one school are newly constructed

    and that the Town Hall, Library and Highway Department have not been retrofit with water

    saving devices. Hopedale intends to complete the retrofit of these buildings in calendar year

    2007. Hopedale has not reported on the status of retrofit at all of its public schools. By

    January 1, 2008, submit to the Department a status report detailing which municipally owned

    public buildings in Hopedale’s service area have been retrofitted with water saving devices

    (faucet aerators, low flow shower heads and low flow toilets) and which of those buildings

    have yet to be retrofitted, along with a schedule to complete the retrofitting by January 1,

    2012.

    ; On or before January 1, 2012, Hopedale shall ensure that all municipally owned public

    buildings in their service area are retrofit. By January 1, 2012, Hopedale shall also notify

    MassDEP in writing on the status of completing this condition.

    ; Note municipally owned public buildings that may be scheduled for rehab or demolition after

    the January 1, 2012 deadline for completing the retrofits, may with MassDEP’s approval, be

    exempted from this condition based on the schedule of work. Status report required above

    should identify those buildings and schedule for repairs/demolition.

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