1. Local Overview
2. Source and Storage
3. Treatment and Distribution
5. Disposal and Treatment
6. Environmental Impacts
Boothbay Region High School (Maine)
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Source and Storage
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What is the source of your schools water?
What is the name of this water source?
What is the maximum volume of this water source? (gal)
Average water volume for this water source for each month of the year (gal)
What is the average age of this water since it fell from the sky? (yrs)
How many people outside your school are connected to this water supply?
What are the potential sources of pollution to this water source (e.g. sewage, salinity, agriculture, recreational activities, mining, gas wells)? (one new line for each)
people sport fishing- paddle only (rumor of dog food in traps for bait). No live bait allowed. snowmobiling on pond in the winter Rt 27 follows the pond- pollution from cars
List some of the ways to make sure that future generations will continue to have access to clean, safe access to this water source? (one new line for each)
Take care of the water source. Do not pollute. Have a back up water source. Make people living/ working in watershed aware of how their behavior could effect the water supply.
What is your state’s biggest surface water supply?
What is the volume of this surface water supply? (gal)
What is your state’s biggest ground water supply?
What is the volume of this ground water supply? (gal)
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