UNIT WELL 15 VOC MITIGATION
Madison Water Utility, Engineering Section: (608) 266-4653
This well has shown increasing concentrations of a single volatile organic compound (VOC), namely tetrachloroethylene (PCE). These compounds do not violate any current regulations; however, the Utility is making preparations in the event that action regarding VOC's in Well 15 may need to be taken in the future.
Volunteers are requested to serve on the Citizen’s Advisory Panel (CAP) for this project. Your participation would be greatly appreciated. Contact the Utility at 608-266-4651 or email email@example.com if you are interested.
Watch this space for information on future meetings.
A CAP meeting was held on Monday, August 20 at the Streets East Facility Lunch Rooom.
A CAP meeting was held on Thursday, June 14 at the Streets East Facility Lunch Room.
The results of the PCE Contaminant Source Inventory are now available.
A public meeting was held on Thursday, May 17 from 5:30-7:00 pm on site at 3900 East Washington Ave.
A CAP meeting was held on Monday, April 9 at the Streets East Facility (4602 Sycamore Ave).
A CAP meeting was held on Monday, March 5 at the Streets East Facility (4602 Sycamore Ave).
MWU requested proposals for professional services in evaluating two alternatives to treatment of VOCs at its Unit Well 15 site. Click here to view the full advertisement.
MWU requested statements of proposals for engineering services for the Utility’s Well 15 VOC mitigation project. Click here to view the full advertisement:
Information from the November 10, 2011 CAP meeting at the Streets East Facility Lunch Room (4602 Sycamore Ave):
Information from the August 15, 2011 CAP meeting:
A CAP Meeting was held on Thursday, May 19, 2011 at the Streets East Lunch Room at 4602 Sycamore Avenue.
A Citizen Advisory Panel Meeting for the East Side Water Supply Project was held on
Tuesday, March 29, 2011 at the Goodman Community Center. It included a joint presentation to the ESWS CAP and the Well 15 CAP to review the Treatment of Well 15 Memorandum.
On Thursday, March 10th, at the Streets East Facility at 4602 Sycamore Avenue, a public meeting was held to discuss rising levels of volatile organic compounds (VOC) in Unit Well 15. These compounds do not violate any current regulations; however, the Utility is making preparations in the event that action regarding VOC's in Well 15 may need to be taken in the future.