Each SSWS shall provide the following notice to the consumer served by the system:
"The domestic water supply for this area is provided by a state small water system. State regulatory requirements for operation of a state small water system are less extensive than requirements for larger public water systems. If you have questions concerning your water supply, you should contact [insert: (1) name of water system, (2) name of responsible person, and (3) telephone number] or your local health department."
This notice shall be by direct mail delivery on a annual basis or by continuous posting at a central location within the area served by the SSWS.
Each SSWS shall sample water according to the following table:
*Inorganic Chemicals must include: Aluminum, Antimony, Arsenic, Asbestos, Barium, Beryllium, Cadmium, Chromium, Cyanide, Flouride, Mercury, Nickel, Nitrate (as NO3), Nitrate = Nitrite (sum as nitrogen), Nitrite (as nitrogen), Selenium and Thallium.
**Required only for each groundwater source which has been designated as vulnerable by the local health officer pursuant to criteria set forth California Health and Safety Code.
***Monthly testing requirement may be reduced to quarterly testing following 24 months of monthly sampling which indicates no bacteriological contamination present. If any routine bacteriological sample is positive, repeat sampling is required within 48 hours from the time the repeat sample results are received and shall take corrective actions to eliminate the cause of the positive samples. SSWS that have an open water source or who must use a disinfection system to maintain bacteriological safe water may not be eligible for quarterly sampling.
All water samples must be analyzed by a laboratory certified by the State of California Department of Health Services for the type of analysis being performed. The results of the analysis shall be reported to the local health officer no later than the 10th day of the month following the receipt of the results by the SSWS.
The SSWS shall comply with any corrective action ordered by the local health officer for any contaminant which exceeds the maximum contaminant level as identified in the California Health and Safety Code. The SSWS shall comply with all regulations within the California Health and Safety Code related to State Small Water Systems.